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Elisha, owned by Dr David Greene. Class of 68. is 
featured on the cover and division pages of this 
year's TAPS Her favorite meal is. of course, chicken 
(top right) 

Kermit the Frog celebrates the First Friday Parade 
with a little champagne (bottom left) 

Mary Crockett reworks a test in the Cooper Li- 
brary (bottom right) 



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The grassy mounds surrounding the library pool 
provide a quiet spot for afternoon study (top left). 

Debbie Burdette see saws during Alpha Delta Pi's 
Teeter-Totter marathon. The sorority raised money 
for a local Ronald McDonald house (top right). 

Beta Theta Pi hosted the annual Dixie Day on 
Riggs Field. The day provided a chance for sororities 
on campus to sun, and socialize (bottom right). 

Basketball is a popular sport even for laymen. This 
goal, above the D-Section overpass, is practically 
always filled with players (bottom left). 




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Shotgunning' or tunneling provides a way to get a 
lot of beer down fast during Greek Day (opposite). 

Rusty Knight signals thumbs-up during the Curb- 
the-Dog parade (top). 

Charlie Igwobi-Okoye fights for the ball against 
a stingy Carolina opponent (bottom). 




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Jell Bryant closes in on UNC quarterback Rod 
Elkins. Bryant had 8 unassisted tackles in the UNC 
game (opposite). 

Ron Art is becoming a tradition on the Clemson 
Campus. Ron appears about once a semester to 
overwelm students with his quickie paintings and 
lively stereo (top left). 

Joe Ballard leads the Tiger Band during half-time 
at the Tulane-Clemson football game. 

Bowman Field is a frisbee players paradise on 
most sunny days (bottom left). 

President Bill Atchley accepts a plaque recogniz- 
ing the university's participation in AFROTC from 
Henry F. Cooper, deputy secretary for strategic and 
space studies of the Air Force (bottom right). 







Ricky Cappa, the Tiger, visits with a young fan 
during the 198 1 Orange and White game (top right). 

Randy Reno applya makeup before a performance 
of 'The Sly Fox' (bottom left). 

A prank on the door of Sikes expresses the sensa- 
tion of helplessness felt by some students (bottom 
right). 



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Contents 




Student Life 


16 


Academics 


118 


Sports 


186 


Professional And Honorary 


258 


Special Interest 


298 


Greeks 


334 


Seniors 


384 


Underclassmen 


432 


Senior Directory 


514 


Index 


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Bengal Ball Bash 



As the academic year begins to wind 
down there is a stirring, a restlessness in 
the atmosphere. A subtle warming of the 
air and a nearly imperceptable lengthen- 
ing of the day conjure up visions of sum- 
mer afternoons spent lying on a sunny 
beach. With eight months of school al- 
ready weathered and final exams looming 
ahead, a brief respite from academia is 
welcomed. Bengal Ball is such a reprieve. 

On April 11 the Central Dance and 
Concert Committee sponsored the ninth 
annual Bengal Ball bash. 

More than 4,000 students from Clem- 
son dorms and off-campus apartments 
flocked to the Y-Beach to partake in the 
soaking up of sun, surf, and suds. 

Rock bands Silverspring and The Win- 
ter Brothers provided musical entertain- 
ment. Three Budweiser trucks were on 
hand to quench the crowd's thirst. For 
those preferring non-alcoholic beverages, 
various soft drinks were available. 



Bengal Ball symbolizes Clemson's last 
big party before final exams. "It gives you 
a chance to go crazy before you settle 
down to study," explained one patron of 
"The Ball." Another described it as a 
"mellow time" where "you can lay in the 
sun, sip brew, and listen to music." What- 
ever its appeal, as a springtime gala for 
relaxing and having fun, Bengal Ball has 
no equal. 

by Max Weber 

During the day's proceedings, three Budweiser 
trucks were emptied of their contents by the thirsty 
Bengal Ball crowd (top left). 

Some of the drawbacks to Bengal Ball were the 
long lines patrons had to endure in order to acquire 
their rations of beer and to relieve themselves of 
those rations (bottom left). 

The Dixie Skidivers put on a parachuting exhibi- 
tion for the Bengal Ball crowd. Other entertainment 
included rock bands, volleyball games and im- 
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Silversprmg, a rock band specializing in swing, 
cajun, and jump blues, kept the audience rocking on 
the Y-Beach (top). 

Christi Moody, David Rast, Doug Ferguson, and 
Reid Thomas pose for the camera as they soak up 
the sunshine and the booze (bottom left). 



Much to the delight of the students, Bengal Ball 
took place on a near perfect day for sun-worship- 
ping with 85 degree temperature and a cloudless 
sky (bottom right). 



STUDENT LIFE — 19 



Getting Here 




Gunter Wiedemann 



Needing to pack and transport more 
belongings than your Honda can handle 
or getting a new roommate with a voice 
like a fire alarm -- which is the greater 
evil? 

Adjusting to a new room located on top 
of the dorm's furnace, a large device that 
goes "whoop" in the night and never al- 
lows the temperature of your room to 
drop below 93 degrees -- does this take 
more stamina than sitting through 
"Alien"? 

Waiting and praying for someone to 
drop organic chemistry so you can add it, 
when you have a living terror of taking 
that course -- does this confuse your mind 
more than watching a foreign film without 
subtitles? 

These are questions that the wandering 
mind lights on during the first few days of 
school, and then either answers or ig- 
nores. 

When it comes to moving in, getting 
there is half the fun of being there ... or 
at least it is a part, possibly a third. 

Students come by car, truck, moving 
van, or anything that can pull a U-Haul-it 



trailer. No matter which method you 
choose, it is not big enough to hold all 
your valuables without cramming, which 
causes your said valuables to look sad- 
dle-weary. 

Another aspect of "getting here" is the 
mid-journey crisis. Whether you are com- 
ing from Trenton, New Jersey, or Seneca, 
South Carolina, it's all the same; precisely 
half way to Clemson you will realize you 
have forgotten either your hair dryer, pil- 
low, record cleaner, or frisbee. 

While pondering this problem (and 
wondering if maybe, possibly it is in the 
back) you will have a flat tire. You now 
must decide if you are going to: a) take all 
your junk out of the trunk so you can get a 
spare tire; b) offer to jump start the car in 
front of you in return for a good deal on 
his spare tire; c) have a tow truck haul you 
the rest of the way to school. 

In order to give their room more living space. 
' 'Butch ' ' Filer and Steve Gadecki are constructing a 
frame to elevate their beds (below). 

Unlike last year's vague policy, the students find 
that they must have appropriate parking passes be- 
fore unloading near their dorms (left). 




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Lugging boxe$, book*, and bed frames up end- 
less flights of stairs accentuates moving-in-day ac- 
tivities. The big question is whether to take the hea- 
viest load up first or last (right). 

The first step to moving in is a visit to the 7th level 
above the loggia to pick up dorm keys (above). 

Finally you see those big tiger paws 
painted on the highway. You then find 
yourself in a traffic jam stretching back to 
Ole Norm's. What you don't realize is that 
this is your parking space. 

After your father has convinced the 
traffic police he must park nearer the 
dorm for health reasons, you then discov- 
er that someone broke the elevator switch 
and you will have to take the weight of 
your material possessions on your shoul- 
ders for five flights of stairs, and one of 
these prize possessions is the lumber for 
your bed that has been oozing sap all 
summer. 

Your next task is to convert a bland 
dorm room with beige, cinder-block walls 
and one window into a gentle haven of 
deer, daisies, and babbling streams. This 
is accomplished through the clever use of 
posters, carpet, and milk crates. 

Many students choose to add stuctures 
to their rooms which add atmosphere and 
storage space to the room and hammer 
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plants to add a tropic aura. These plants 
can be divided into two catagories: those 
that die of drought, and those that die of 
root rot. 

The stars come out on registration day. 
The computer center has worked hard for 
this day to obtain the gentle balance re- 
quired for you to get none of your "have- 
to have" classes without getting a first 
day drop/add card. 

This means that while every one else is 
spending a free day frolicking at the lake, 
you are running around obtaining signa- 
tures form all your favorite professors, in- 
cluding a star performance from your ad- 
viser. 

Lines . . . lines . . . this is the chant 
arising from campus the first few days. 
Stand in line to get registration materials. 
Stand in line at the bursar's office. Stag- 
ger in line to get food (?) at Harcombe. 
Kneel in line to get books at the book- 
store. Sit in line to pay post office rental. 
Crawl in line to get a refrigerator, which 
you will bear many yards, under the 
cracking whip, before you falter. 

But, if the first few days are wearing 
hard and you are in need of relief, you can 
always go downtown. Remember, classes 
don't start until tomorrow. 

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STUDENT LIFE — 23 



Calhoun Courts, although not finished at the be- 
ginning of the term, will hopefully solve some of the 
housing problems (top). 




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New Apartments Aid Shortage 



The newest solution to Clemson's 
housing problems is Calhoun Courts. 
These buildings are not dormitories, but 
are apartment complexes with all the con- 
veniences. This type of living arrangement 
has many advantages and students seem 
to enjoy living there. Hal Waters de- 
scribed it as "fantastic" and added "I'm 
very pleased with it." 

The housing complex was partially fin- 
ished in the fall of 1981, but there was still 
alot of work to be done. The university is 
seeking the completion sometime near 
Christmas. When finished it will be able to 
house 512 students. Each apartment unit 
is capable of accommodating four stu- 
dents with two bedrooms, a kitchen, and 
a bathroom. The students can cook for 
themselves or eat at one of the university 



dining halls. 

One of the most attractive features of 
Calhoun Courts is the commons building, 
which is located in the center of the com- 
plex. This area includes storage space, a 
laundry room, and a lounge with a kitch- 
en. The lounge can hold 120 people and 
can be used as a recreational area by the 
students. 

One of the drawbacks to living in one of 
the apartments is the cost. The current 
price of 500 dollars a semester is too high 
for some, but the students living there will 
tell you it's will worth the money. When 
asked, Virginia Webb said, "Five hundred 
dollars is kind of steep, but we're having 
fun and I think it's worth it." 

Parking posed a problem for the resi- 
dents at the beginning of the term, but 



since then a parking strip down Morrison 
Road has been constructed. There are 
also temporary parking spots near the 
building for loading. 

Knowing the problem of noise that 
some dormitories face, potential resi- 
dents might wonder if they would be hav- 
ing the same difficulty. There seems to be 
little complaint about noise at Calhoun 
Courts. One of the reasons may be the 
design of the building. Dan Jenkins, one 
of the residents, said "It's really pretty 
quiet." 

Calhoun Courts offers a different way 
to live and many students may want to 
take advantage of it. 

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Relaxing in a space with enough room to stretch 
out is a new experience for some Clemson students 
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The buildings were constructed slowly, but in 
spite of the delays 160 students moved in on time 
(top right). 

Moving and arranging the new apartments took 
little time as students became adjusted to Clemson 
life (bottom right). 

By the beginning of the new year the buildings 
should be completed and 5 12 students will be living 
there (bottom left). 



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Video Mania Hits Clemson 



Four cities have been destroyed and 
only two are left. The enemy bombers are 
in sight and four missies are descending. 
Another city is hit and destroyed. You 
alone control the fate of the final city as 
you quickly fire your missies towards the 
enemy. No, you are not the head of stra- 
tegic air command — you are playing the 
popular video game "Missile Command." 

The video machines are an increasingly 
popular pastime sweeping the country. 
They first appeared a few years ago, and 
as the machines became more intelligent, 
video games began to take over pinball's 
place in bars and arcades. 

In Clemson, the games are not limited 
to downtown. Video machines have been 
installed in the canteen and in the Dillard 
Building. 

With many people the games become 
an obsession. Every addict has his favor- 
ite machine and knows his high score. 
One student admitted to having spent fif- 
teen dollars at one sitting playing the 
games. 

Another addict explained his obses- 
sion, "When I am doing good with a ma- 



chine, I keep playing to beat my high 
score. When I am doing badly I have to 
keep playing to prove the machine can't 
beat me." 

One downtown bartender said that the 
games were popular because they can be 
played alone. The player is competing 
with the machine, comparing scores with 
other players comes later. The early video 
machines usually required two people to 
compete. 

The bars have machines to attract cus- 
tomers and to help keep beer prices 
down. One bar that opened during first 
semester, Penny Annie's, has its selec- 
tion of video sports as its main selling 
point. 

The number of quarters a game makes 
demonstrates its popularity and deter- 
mines how long the machine will stay. 
"They (the patrons) don't demand of me 
verbally but they demand of me by put- 
ting quarters in the machines, what kind 
of games I have" stated one downtown 
proprietor. 

According to several area merchants, 
this year's most popular game is "De- 



fender," a game where the player pilots 
his spacecraft through two dimensions 
while firing on enemy ships. Other popular 
games are "Missile Command," where 
the player defends cities from bombers 
and airplanes with missiles, "Pac Man," 
where the good guy is chased through a 
maze by four monsters and "Space In- 
vaders," the big hit of 1979. 

The games themselves are generally 
owned by a local dispenser and are only 
loaned to the bar or game room. Usually 
the profits from the machines are split 
between the merchant and the dispenser. 
A good machine in a location such as 
Penny Annie's can gross on the average 
$200 dollars a week. The split for the 
merchant is straight profit since the ma- 
chines are supplied without charge. Most 
of the local games come from Ralph Alex- 
ander Inc. located in Seneca. 

The U.S. Army also got into the video 
business this year when it announced that 
it was experimenting with the games to 

Hand-eye coordination is a prerequisite for mas- 
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today's weapons require the skills that it 
takes to win at a video game, that is quick 
thinking, good aim, fast response and in- 
tellegent use of resourses. Most of the 
machines already appeal to fighting in- 
stincts in their players. 

What does the future hold for these 
video games? Who knows, one day there 
may be a game that will be used in Chem- 
istry class to make learning more fun. 

by Lisa Smith 



Even the Dillard building sports video games. 
From now on, washing clothes will involve more 
excitement than looking for a lost sock (upper right). 

Brilliant displays, intriguing "missions", and 
sound effects that seem right out of a science fiction 
movie provide the almost irresistable attraction to 
such games as "Space Odyssey" (lower right). 

The only limit on the popularity of such games as 
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Organization's Day 1981 



A special day for many campus clubs 
and organizations was Organizations' 
Day. This annual event, since 1973, was 
held on Sept. 9 on Bowman Field. The 
participants tried to inform freshmen, 
transfer students and others about their 
organizations. Approximately 100 clubs 
exhibited booths and other types of eye- 
catching displays. 

With the help of the student govern- 
ment, club leaders, and members, Orga- 
nizations' Day was once again successful. 
This year, Cindi Jones, Organizations 
chairperson, organized this event. 

Preparations included the publishing of 
a booklet which listed the many different 
clubs and organizations along with a brief 
description of each. This gave students a 



chance to see exactly what clubs are 
available to them. 

Strange, unusual, and detailed are just 
a few words that described the extrava- 
gant exhibits. A lot of preparation and 
effort went into the displays. While the 
sports-oriented clubs displayed various 
types of equipment, (the sailing club 
brought a boat) other clubs included 
everything from livestock to machinery in 
their presentations. Good advertising has 
always been the most effective way to 
attract new members. 

The purpose of Organizations' Day is to 
let interested students know about the 
variety of clubs and organizations. The 
assortment of clubs include those of mili- 



tary, scientific, athletic, and religious as- 
pect. Fraternities and sororities were also 
well represented. Students are free to ask 
questions and become more informed 
about the clubs activities. These clubs 
feel that students need to become in- 
volved. 

After all, there is more to college than 
going to classes and studying. Becoming 
involved with extracurricula activities en- 
hances the mind as well as the body. 
Many times students do not know about 
these various clubs and organizations. 
Organizations' Day helps to solve this 
problems. 

by Becky Johnson 




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Water ski club members Tony Scruggs and Marc 
Stecker show of their Ski Nautique motor boat and 
assortment oft skis (top left). 

Student body president, John Pettigrew eluci- 
dates on the ombudsman role of student govern- 
ment in making the administration aware of griev- 
ances (right). 

Rob Connor and Pete David of the sailing club 
explain the precedures for checking a sailboat be- 
fore it is allowed into the water (above). 




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Speed Bouknight 



Thad Grantham and Mark Oldham of the Clemson 
chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineer- 
ing demonstrate the importance of using proper 
equipment on the job (top). 

The gymnastics club performed a repertoire of 
tumbles to attract new members. It was emphasized 
that prior gymnastic experience was not a pre-requi- 
site to joining (bottom). 



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"First" Friday Parade? 



The First Friday Parade was anything 
but a first Friday parade this year. Unlike 
previous years this edition of the parade 
preceded the season's second home 
football game. The Georgia game was the 
home opener on the original schedule, 
but Wofford College was hastily added as 
the opening game in the late spring after 
Villanova University decided to drop its 
football program. Despite the schedule 
change, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, the 
parade's sponsors, decided not to 
change the parade's September 18 date 
because of extensive planning that has 
already been completed. 

The afternoon began with a free con- 
cert by the group Stratus, sponsored by 
the Student Union. The group played 
contemporary rock music and a special 
tribute to the Beatles on the steps of the 
YMCA. At the close of the concert an 
Army plane flew over the town of Clem- 
son signalling the arrival of the Army's 
parachuting team, The Golden Knights. 
One member of the team carried a Clem- 
son flag while another delivered the game 
ball. Each member of the group exhibited 
their skills as they landed within 10 feet of 
each other on Bowman Field. 

University President Bill L. Atchley, 
Tom Hunter and Captain Jervey led the 



floats as the Grand Marshals of the Eighth 
Annual First Friday Parade. Hunter and 
Jervey took their places of honor as the 
1981 recipients of the Clemson Medallin 
Award. According to the parade's chair- 
person, Chris Patterson, President Ron- 
ald Reagan, Vice-President George Bush, 
and former Ohio State football coach 
Woody Hayes were invited to participate 
as Grand Marshals, but all three declined. 

The judges, Dean Susan G. Delony, 
Dean Walter T. Cox, former Clemson 
president, R.C. Edwards, and the univer- 
sity's artist, Helen Towe, had many deci- 
sions to make as the 58 floats passed by 
them. The parade included the largest 
participation of the parade's history. The 
Tiger Band, Rally Cats, Bengal Babes, 
and cheerleaders also participated in the 
parade, which Patterson termed a "big 
university party." 

As the parade wound through an esti- 
mated crowd of 30 to 40 thousand, or- 
ange-clad, spectators, the Pi Kappa Al- 

One of the largest crowds in the history of First 
Friday parades attended the Sept. 18th festivities. 
For many, roof tops made the best vantage points 
(below). 

The eieton of Chi Omega display their enthusiasm 
as they march along the parade route (insert). 

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The Golden Knight*, a crack team of Army para- 
chutists, opened the 8th annual First Friday parade 
with a display of aerial acrobatics (top right). 

The brother* of Kappa Sigma provided their own 
brand of entertainment to the parade by coming 
decked in kudza vines or purple paint (top left). 

The varsity cheerleaders whip up some "Tiger 
Spirit" among the throng lining Clemson's main 
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With Mark Barhyte leading the cheers, the ampith- 
eatre crowds exploded into spontaneous clamor 
(top left) 

The members of Central Spirit proudly move their 
banner down Main Street during the 198 1 First Fri- 
day parade (top right). 

Tiger tana come in all shapes and sizes as is seen 
by the tiger cub looking on with amazement (bot- 
tom). 




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pha fraternity distributed free programs 
and orange balloons. The balloons have 
been a part of the parade's tradition, but 
this was the first year that programs, 
which included articles about the Grand 
Marshals, the judges, and the parade's 
history. 

The parade ended as the spectators 
flocked to the ampitheater for the pep 
rally. The pep rally featured the Tiger 
Band, cheerleaders, and loin cloth clad 
members of D-3 Johnstone. The moment 
that all the parade contestants were wait- 
ing for came at the end of the pep rally as 
the winners were announced. Alpha 
Gamma Rho captured the overall award. 
The Elm Street Wind Ensemble took hon- 
ors of best float in the club division. Geer 
Hall won first place in the women's dormi- 
tory division, while the Clemson House 
claimed second. B-8 Johnstone was se- 
lected as the winner in the male dormitory 
division with B-5 finishing second. Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon won the fraternity competi- 
tion. Alpha Tau Omega took second 
place honors. Pi Beta Phi captured hon- 
ors in the sorority division while Delta 
Gamma finished second. 

The following day capped the festivi- 
ties. Clemson's 13-3 upset victory over 
defending national champion Georgia ad- 
ded to the weekend's excitement and 
made the weekend one that will be long 
remembered. 

by Heather Herndon 



"Stratus" started the festivities of First Friday by 
playing contemporary rock for the crowd. The pre- 
parade was a first at Clemson and it was a big 
success. 



Marty Rogers 



STUDENT LIFE — 33 



Campus Crime: Still A Problem? 



Even though the crime rate on the 
Clemson Campus is relatively low, com- 
pared to other college campuses, the 
Public Safety Department, headed by Di- 
rector J.D. Ferguson, continues to work 
hard to eliminate crime. 

The department has implemented sev- 
eral programs under the theme P.A.W., 
"People Are Watching." One of these 
programs was the marking of over 20,000 
university items between May 1980 and 
July 1 98 1 . The university's property thefts 
were reduced 72.5% during this time. 
The identification stickers also led to the 
recovery of $21,000 in stolen property. 
Another successful Operation P.A.W. 
project was the voluntary bicycle registra- 
tion. Since the project began, bicycle 
thefts have decreased by 48%, while the 
rate of recovery has increased. 

Another good aspect of these crime 
prevention programs is the price at- 
tached. The bike registration program 
cost approximately $100 to provide and 
was free to students. The cost of identify- 
ing university property was kept at a mini- 



mum by using state crime prevention 
seals. Both programs serve to show that 
effective crime control programs can be 
implemented with minimal funds. 

Other programs include fire prevention 
and obscene phone call awareness. Both 
of these projects were promoted by pam- 
phlets distributed at the beginning of the 
fall semester. These pamphlets proved ef- 
fective when more than 200 obscene 
phone calls were cleared. The fire preven- 
tion campaign included a seemingly nev- 
er-ending fight with false alarms, which 
have dropped from 205 to 165 since the 
program began. 

One of the newest projects of Opera- 
tion P.A.W. involves marking hubcaps 
with a state crime prevention number. 
These identification numbers enable po- 
lice investigators to recover stolen prop- 
erty from known stolen goods locations. 

In spite of these programs, crime on 
campus has increased during the past 
several years. Bicycle thefts increased 
from 49 in 1979 to 69 in 1980. Cases of 
vandalism, ranging from graffiti on walls 



to broken library windows, increased by 
59 in 1980. 

Clemson, on the other hand, has been 
free from crimes of a violent nature. Dur- 
ing 1979 and 1980 there were no report- 
ed cases of criminal homicide, forcible 
rape or robbery. 

The statistics show a general increase 
in crime on campus; but this may be, in 
part, due to the increased awareness of 
crime prevention among the students. 
Operation P.A.W. has proven successful 
by giving students the opportunity to 
meet the police and help them recover 
stolen property. Operation P.A.W. has 
also thwarted many would-be thieves 
when they realized that, indeed, People 
Are Watching. 



by Heather Herndon 



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ley" has been a sight for vehicle vandalism. During 
the fall, frequently several vehicles had their wind- 
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The elevators in the Student Union seem to be 
prime targets for vandals (opposite lower left). 

False fire alarms are one expensive and an- 
noying offense which has been targeted by op- 
eration PAW (opposite right). 

Clem son's image was tarnished when — dur- 
ing the week preceeding the CU-USC football 
game a Gamecock fan 's car was burned outside 
Johnstone Hall (below). 

This interior shot indicates how complete the 
destruction was (left). 




Richard Baldwin 



STUDENT LIFE — 37 







Charles Hucks 



John Molloy 

Can the color of a dress, the jewelry or 
the type suit worn to an interview affect 
the success or failure of your interview? 
According to John Molloy, these seem- 
ingly insignificant details can have a great 
affect on the outcome of a job interview. 
Molloy was the fourth speaker appointed 
by the Speakers Bureau for this semester. 
Approximately 275 people convened in 
Brackett Hall auditorium on November 1 1 
to hear his lecture on how to dress for 
success. 

Each year thousands of students inter- 
view for jobs; however, few realize the 
importance of dressing properly. "Just 
wearing a suit or dress is not enough to 
insure a successful interview," stated 
Molloy, who has studied the affects of 
clothes on the image a person presents. 
Subtle images can play an important role 
in how an interviewer perceives a job ap- 
plicant. 

After 15 years of research Molloy orga- 
nized his ideas into a book, "Dress for 
Success." He has interviewed 15,000 ex- 
ecutives in all trades of usiness to compile 
their opinions and reactions to the kinds 
of clothes by which they are impressed. 
Using slides to demonstrate his findings, 
Molloy described the do's and don'ts of 
successful dressing. He stressed certain 
qualities of dress that may subconscious- 
ly have an affect on the employer's view 
of the job seeker. Some of his specific 
points were: 

* "Never wear two different patterns 
together — it turns people off." 

* "If you wear bright colors — you're 
an idiot." 

* "The color red sells sex — that won't 
get you a job." 

* "Dress conservatively and traditional- 
ly" 

* "Don't wear green — people won't 

trust you." 

* "Forget the fashion industry — its 
advice is ridiculous." 




To Molloy, the colors you wear can very 
clearly demonstrate your personality, also 
the more modern looks and the "in" look 
may not be appealing. 

Of course, clothes don't guarantee a 
job offer, and Molloy pointed that out. 
Confidence in oneself, a good resume 
and the ability to communicate effectively 
are far more important to a potential em- 
ployer. Nevertheless, proper dress can 
enhance a person's chances during an 
interview; and every little bit helps. 



by Monica Gibson 



38 — STUhl Ml MM 



Rick Horrow 

With so much emphasis on sports to- 
day, there is an ever-increasing pressure 
put on the athlete. This, in turn, is produc- 
ing a violent attitude among the athletes 
and sometimes the fans. This was the 
topic of Rick Horrow's lecture in Brackett 
Hall before an estimated crowd of 250- 
300. Rick Horrow, author of "Violence in 
Sports," is a graduate of Harvard Law 
School; a lawyer in Miami, Florida; chair- 
person of Dade County Sports Authority 
Commission; and chairman of the Ameri- 
can Bar Association's task force on vio- 
lence in sports. Recently, Horrow pro- 
duced a bill in Congress that prohibits the 
use of unnecessary violence in sports. 
The bill, which should be voted on by 
Congress sometime early in 1982, defines 
excessive violence as "violence in sports 
that has no reasonable relationship to the 
competitive goals of the sport." Horrow 
feels that, if nothing else, the individual 
sports may be forced to comply because 
of the substantial media coverage of the 
issue. 

Horrow's interest in the subject began 
while he was at Harvard. Since that time 
he has done extensive research on the 
topic by attending games, interviewing 
and conducting surveys of athletes. Dur- 
ing this time he questioned the cause, 
amount and personal feelings of these 
people concerning the violence. The most 
prominent feature he observed was pres- 
sure. According to Horrow, "Excessive 
violence will continue to increase as long 
as the pressures to be excessively violent 
exist." In this observation he noted that 
violence occurs not only on the playing 
field, but also in the stands, which is a 
cause for even greater concern. 

This is where Horrow's interest became 
aroused. He felt a real concern for the 
young person who looks to the athlete as 
his hero or heroine and what behavior 
may result. If provoked into use of the 
violence seen on the field, the conse- 
quences, in reality, could be much greater 
than being benched or thrown out of a 
game. 

In conclusion, Horrow had a short 
question-and-answer period and closed 
by adding that he was a member of the 
Miami Dade Athletic Council, which spon- 
sors the Orange Bowl '82 and that he 
would put in a good word for the Tigers. It 
must have worked. 

by Dede Mahaffey 



Speaker 




Bill Spitzer 




Hypnotist Entrances Audience 



What were you thinking on the 12th of 
January? If you were anywhere near Tom 
DeLuca, then your thoughts may have 
been revealed to an audience. DeLuca is 
a hypnotist who visited Clemson to dis- 
play his "powers" in Harcombe Dining 
Hall and the Palmetto Ballroom to those 
who were intrigued by his ability. 

During DeLuca's exhibition in Har- 
combe to promote his show, students 
flocked from their tables to watch, leaving 
full trays of food behind. At the time it was 
difficult to tell if everyone just needed a 
convenient excuse to forget what they 
were eating or the idea of hypnotizing 
people really was that interesting. DeLuca 
put three student volunteers under hyp- 
nosis. Each was given a particular com- 
mand. One student took off an article of 
clothing everytime he heard the words, 
"Thank You" (a potentially very embar- 
rassing situation). Another student felt a 
sharp pain when he heard the word, 
"blue" while another reacted to hearing 
"Clemson" by jumping out of his seat, 
grabbing DeLuca's microphone as if he 
had something to say then forgetting 
what it was he meant to say. 

For his performance the following night, 
DeLuca picked, from volunteers, seven 
girls and seven boys. All 14 were seated 
on the stage and put under various levels 
of hypnosis. While in this state they were 
told to react to his commands. At one 
point the volunteers were told that they 
were on a fishing trip and one student, 
believing that he had hooked a large fish, 
fell out of his chair. After several exam- 
ples of how he could control their actions, 
DeLuca dehypnotized the 14 volunteers, 
along with one girl who had been sitting in 
the front row and had fallen under hypno- 
sis. 

DeLuca also poked fun at the notion of 
there being extrasensory perception 
(ESP) in a presentation which he entitled 
BSP. During this section of his show he 
startled the audience with his ability to 
predict a volunteer's choice of a card 
from a deck by using such tricks as influ- 
encing their choices through body lan- 
guage. 

Tom DeLuca's subjects snuggle up to ward oil the 
cold as soon as he suggests that the temperature 
has dropped into the 20's (above right). 



40 



STUDFNT I IFF 





The morning after his performance De- 
Luca sponsored a seminar on self-hypno- 
sis. During this seminar he attempted to 
familiarize students with this often misun- 
derstood process. 

DeLuca left Clemson students in a 
state of awe and belief in the powers and 
abilities that we are often skeptical of. To 
those who volunteered to be experiments 
of DeLuca, it was an experience they 
don't remember much about. As one of 
the volunteers was heard saying after the 
crowds departed, "What did I do?" 

by Monica Gibson 



Now the volunteers stretch out after DeLuca sug- 
gested that they were all in the Bahamas soaking up 
the sunshine. At that very moment snow was piling 
up outside during Clemson's freak snowstorm (op- 
posite bottom). 

Hypnotist Tom DeLuca, using a combination of 
comedy and hypnosis, provided a very funny and 
entertaining performance, it was also one of the first 
events to be held in the newly rennovated Tillman 
Auditorium (above left). 

Although they don't look it, everyone in this pic- 
ture is in a state of hypnosis (below left). 

The crowd responded well to DuLuca's low key 
humor. Here he primes the audience with some 
lighthearted abuse of a student (below). 



Gunter Wiedemann 



STUDENT LIFE — 41 




Are The Roaches Extra? 



Gunter Wiedemann 



Question: What is approximately 12x16 
feet in dimension, contains 2 
metal-frame beds, 2 desks, 2 
metal chairs, comes in a vari- 
ety of pastel colors (usually 
white, off-white, bone white or 
dull white), and tends to impart 
the look of functional sterility 
commonly found in hospitals? 

Answer: Your Clemson University dorm 

room. 

Every fall, from the brand new Calhoun 
Courts apartments of the East Campus to 
the "shoeboxes" and Johnstone Hall of 
the West Campus, a collective freshman 
sigh can be heard as they see their rooms 
for the first time. 

The upperclassmen, having already 
been initiated and knowing what to ex- 
pect, have come prepared. They have 
brought boxes of trivial personal belong- 



A couch and coffee table were used to take advan- 
tage of the extra floor space after the beds were 
built up to give a homey look (above). 

Another approach to building up beds is to have 
them cross-wise to each other (right). 



42 — STUDENT LIFE 





Some students prefer austerity (top). 

Any wall-covering looks good on cinder block 
walls (above). 



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ings (parachutes, color TV's, etc.) to give 
their rooms that personal touch and re- 
mind themselves of what they gave up at 
home. 

The first major step of renovation is 
probably the installation of carpeting to 
hide the floor. After the carpet is laid 
down and cut to fit, the rooms begin to 
look liveable. 

The next step is the construction of bed 
frames. It is a common site before each 
semester to see students hauling an as- 
sortment of 4x4's, 2x4's and 2x6's down 
the hall. After what seems like months of 
sawing, hammering and drilling, the cha- 
otic mass of lumber finally begins to take 
shape. The most popular bed-frame de- 
sign covers the length of the room. Since 
the beds are about six feet in the air, a lot 
of floor space is now usable. 

With the carpet and bed frames in 
place the rooms definitly become livea- 
ble. The rest of the decorating involves 
minor changes. It is here that the men's 
and women's decorating go separate di- 
rections. 

Giving a dorm room a feminine touch 
can be a project in itself. It is usually ac- 
complished by using such trappings as 
brightly colored curtains over the win- 
dows, a multitude of stuffed animals, 
plants and, of course, cat posters, just to 
mention a few. 

The men's rooms are furnished much 
more ruggedly with the walls covered by 
street signs, neon beer signs, with a few 
pin-up posters thrown in for balance. 
What seems to be a strictly male fetish is 
the need to have the "baaadest" stereo 
system in the dorm, and often it is around 
the stereo system that a room is decorat- 
ed. 

Although the first look at a dorm room 
is disheartening, with a little ingenuity and 
imagination these rooms can be convert- 
ed into cozy dens for any Tiger. 

by Kim Ambrose 




Gunter Wiedemann 



What would Anne's mother say about this 
(above)? 



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STUDENT LIFE 




Gunter Wiedemann 



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Would you believe that this was once a dull, drab 
dorm room (top)? 

Cats of any type and stuffed animals adorn most 
girls' rooms (left). 

With talent and time a student can make his own 
art -work to decorate the walls (above). 



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STUDENT LIFE — 45 



Campus Sex Survey 



Research on sexual attitudes and ac- 
tivities has only been accepted in our cul- 
ture in the past quarter of a century. Dis- 
cussions of a "sexual revolution" were 
rarely backed up with facts. They were 
based primarily on the assumptions and 
assertions of non-researchers, not until 
the 1950's, when Alfred Kinsey and his 
associates undertook an extensive survey 
of sexuality, was there much basis for 
claims concerning types, frequencies and 
general opinions of sexual behavior. 

Previous research on premarital sexual 
attitudes among college students indi- 
cates a number of factors which influence 



individual opinions. College atmosphere, 
age, sex, religious convictions and moral 
development were all cited as influences 
affecting sexual attitudes. 

A survey of twelve items concerning 
sexual attitudes and activities was given 
to 273 students enrolled in either Intro- 
ductory Psychology or Human Sexuality 
classes. Participation in the study was not 
required, but all students responded to 
the survey. The participants ranged in age 
from 17 to 33 years old, with 85% of the 
students within 17 to 21 years. Men com- 
posed 55% of the sample and women, 
45%. Approximately one-fourth of the 



students fell within each academic year 
— 23% freshmen, 27% sophomores, 
20% Juniors and 30% seniors. Of the 
group only seven were married and one 
widowed. The remainder were single. 

Responses to each question were ex- 
amined on the basis of sex. Items includ- 
ed opinions on premarital, extramarital 
and homosexual activities as well as the 
moral aspects of oral sex. The second 
half of the survey requested personal in- 
formation on sexual activities. 

by Christine Ellenberg 





SURVEY OF SEXUAL ATTITUDES 






AND ACTIVITIES 












YES 


NO 


1. 


I am opposed to premarital intercourse 




23% 


77% 


2. 


If you love your partner, premarital sexual 










intercourse is okay 




78% 


22% 


3. 
4. 


I am in favor of premarital intercourse 




57% 


43% 


I am opposed to extramarital sexual intercourse 






under any circumstances 




68% 


32% 


5. 


I am opposed to homosexual intercourse 




82% 


18% 


6. 


I prefer to marry a virgin, doesn't matter 63% . . . 




27% 


10% 


7. 


Oral sex is morally wrong 




11% 


89% 


8. 


Do you or have you ever engaged in hetero- 










sexual intercourse 




61% 


39% 


9. 


Do you or have you ever engaged in homosexual 










intercourse? 




3% 


97% 


10. 


On the average, I engage in sexual intercourse: 










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22% very 


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25% very 


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Red Skelton Delights Clemson 



Red Skelton appeared in Littlejohn 
Coliseum on Homecoming night, and for 
over two hours kept the nearly full house 
captivated with his many talents. 

Red opened the show with a funny, but 
rather sedate, monologue. After this in- 
troduction, he began his clowning act and 
proved his spryness. The show changed 
from stand-up comedy to an uncontrolled 
mixture of pantomimes and skits, inters- 
pliced with jokes. 

Some of the better-known skits were 
Clem Kadiddlehopper, Red's country 
bumpkin; Guzzler's Gin, the story of a 
drunk television advertiser; and the ABC 
speech, about a man who mistakes his 
child's alphabet practice for his speech 
notes. He got some of his biggest laughs 
while picking on his orchestra and back- 
stage crew and taunting the photogra- 
phers. 

Red's talents are not limited to com- 



edy; the music at the show was com- 
posed by him, and the week prior to his 
appearance, the Union Art Gallery had a 
display of his clown paintings. He showed 
a serious side towards the end of the 
show with his famous patriotic interpreta- 
tion of the Pledge of Allegiance. 

The week before Homecoming, Red 
visited the area. He usually arrives a few 
days before a show for publicity to meet 
the local people and get new ideas. 

During that week, Red became a famil- 
iar sight on campus, signing autographs 
for students. He loves the attention and 
thinks that performers who avoid the pub- 
lic are ridiculous. During his stay at Clem- 
son he said, "I worked hard to become 
well-known, and I am going to enjoy it." 
He spoke to several English classes, giv- 
ing lectures on American humor. 

The appearance of Red Skelton, spon- 



sored by the University Union Board, was 
attended by an even distribution of alumni 
and students. It was the first show of its 
type in two years, but Union officials think 
that the success of the show is a good 
indication that there will be more like it in 
future years. 

by Keith Mattison 

To the delight of the students. Red Skelton spent 
several days on campus speaking and signing auto- 
graphs (below left). 

Before his October 18 performance at Littlejohn 
Coliseum Skelton gave a press conference at the 
Alumni Center (below). 

During his Clemson visit Skelton gave impromptu 
lectures to several English classes. Both students 
and faculty were captivated (bottom left). 

Skelton's repertoire of pantomines, jokes and 
clowning kept the audience's attention for two 
hours. His performance was given a standing ova- 
tion (right). 




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HOMECOMING 1981 




When the sounds of hammers and 
saws rang around Tillman Hall on October 
6, all felt the excitement and anticipation 
of the annual Homecoming. As usual, the 
dedicated alumni and fans returned to 
Clemson to show their pride and gratitude 
to their Alma Mater. Even our world-fam- 
ous Shawn Weatherly returned to take 
part in the celebration. 

This was also the week for the crowning 
of Miss Homecoming. Forty-seven girls, 
sponsored by various organizations, com- 
peted in the pageant held in Littlejohn 
Coliseum. Gloria Gambrell and Don Chris- 



Fireworks light up the sky over Death Valley cele- 
brating the beginning of Homecoming weekend. 
Traditionaly the fireworks provide the highlight of 
Tiger ama activities. (Far Left). 

Chuck McSwain evades a tackier in the home- 
coming game. This years contest made Clemson's 
twenty-first consecutive defeat of Viginia. 

A massive tiger head, created by Kappa Alpha 
fraternity, appeared to swallow children and parents 
who were viewing the displays on Bowman Field. 



Richard Baldwin 



Richard Baldwin 




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Gunler Wiedmann 



Gunter Wiedmann 

Homecoming 

toffer directed the pageant. The 4:30 
Thursday Singers and the Nickelodeon 
Cloggers provided the entertainment for 
the action-packed evening. After the pag- 
eant competition and an individual inter- 
view, judges chose ten finalists on the 
basis of poise, personality and appear- 
ance. From these ten finalists, the student 
body voted on the one it would most like 
to represent Clemson as Miss Homecom- 
ing. 

Just as they had for the past several 
years, the clouds rolled in for Homecom- 
ing and the weather forecast looked grim. 
Nevertheless, the organizations worked 
around the clock to complete their dis- 
plays before the judging on Saturday 
morning. The weather never cleared, but 

Bob Morris is one of the many students who spent 
much of his free time the week before homecoming 
pomping floats (above). 

Matthew Pepin and "The Woot" review plans for 
the Alpha Phi Omega still display. Extensive plan- 
ning makes the large and complicated displays pos- 
sible (top left). 

In the beginning stage of float preparation, coo- 
peration among members of each organization is 
essential. Here, the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon 
gather to participate in their display's construction 
(bottom left). 

Two Chi Psi fraternity brothers work high off the 
ground molding the body of their first place display 
(opposite). 



52 — STUDENT LIFE 



Homecoming 



couraged the loyal Clemson fans from en- 
joying the pageantry. 

Friday night, October 9, was the open- 
ing to an exciting weekend. Thirty-five 
thousand devoted Tiger fans united in 
Death Valley to witness -a spectacular 
presentation of our 25th Tigerama. The 
masters of ceremonies were former Miss 
Homecoming and Miss Universe, Shawn 
Weatherly and "the voice of the Tigers," 
Jim Phillips. This well-organized assem- 
blage was coordinated by Blue Key, pro- 
duced by WSBF radio and presented by 
the entire student body. The Tiger Band 
provided music as the ten finalists of the 
Miss Homecoming pageant were escort- 
ed onto the field. After the Pershing rifles 
honored the girls, Allison Howell was 
crowned Miss Homecoming 1981. Her 
four attendants included first runner-up 
Beth Britton, second — Michelle Hop- 
kins, third — Libby Trotter and fourth — 
Anne Zumsteg. A beautiful firework dis- 
play in celebration of the 25th anniversary 
of Tigerama was the perfect ending for an 
enchanting evening. 

Saturday morning, thousands of fans 
dressed in orange and white, walked the 
campus viewing the colorful displays of 
Homecoming. After the judging, Sigma 
Nu's display, "Clemson Conquers the AC 
Seas," captured first place in the moving 
displays, while Alpha Gamma Rho's 
"Grind the ACC" was awarded second 
place. Coming in third was JEC's "Tiger 
Town Tavern." In the still displays, Chi 
Psi's "Space Shuttle" won first place; 
second place went to Kappa Sigma's 

Pi Kappa Alpha brought Sherwood Forrest to 
Bowman Field in their own version of Robin Hood 
(top). 




Richard Baldwin 



Richard Baldwin 



54 — STUDENT LIFE 




"Clemson Pirates;" and Alpha Phi Ome- 
ga's "ACC Castle" came in third. 

After viewing the dispalys, the crowds 
gathered on the street leading to Death 
Valley to join the Tiger Band and the 
cheerleaders in a parade to the stadium. 
Upon reaching the stadium, Ricky Capps 
ignited the spirits in the stands by riding 
his motorcycle across the field and wav- 
ing his paws to the cheers of the crowd. 
The cannon fired, the balloons filled the 
sky and the Tiger football team ran down 
the purple carpet to begin a spirited 
game. The game ended in a decisive 27-0 
victory over the Virginia Cavaliers. As the 
stands began to empty, the thrill of the 
possibility for an undefeated season lin- 
gered in the minds of many. 

John Gilpin, the student body vice- 
president and Tigerama director, said 



A bloodthirsty tiger sits upon a U. S. Space Shut- 
tle as it runs over a Cavalier (left). 

From start to finish Sigma Nu's. AC. seas showed 
clear signs of being a winner (below). 




Richard Baldwin 



STUDENT LIFE $ 




Charles Hucks 





Jeanne Arias 



Gunter Wiedmann 



56 — STUDENT LIFE 







Homecoming 



after the weekend, "I was very pleased 
with the overall success of Homecoming 
'81 ... This spirited turnout is a tribute to 
both the loyal devotion of Clemson fans 
everywhere and the diligent efforts of a 
dedicated student body." 

Homecoming 1981 proved to be in 
keeping with a tradition of fine Homecom- 
ing celebrations. 

by Monica Gibson 



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Allison Howell was announced as homecoming 
queen at Tigerama. She was selected from the ten 
finalists by the student body (left). 

The Tiger welcomes Frank Howard and his 1956 
Orange bowl team back for their silver anniversary 
(below). 




Mike Barrett 



Clemson's First Chatauqua 



Chautauquas began at the turn of the 
century as traveling tent shows which 
provided cultural events to rural Ameri- 
cans. The Colleges of Liberal Arts and 
Architecture combined their efforts to 
produce Clemson's first Chautauqua. 

The Chautauqua effort opened with the 
Clemson University Gospel Choir and a 
special guest appearance by Shawn 
Weatherly, the 1980 Miss Universe. Will 
Eisner, creator of "Spirit" comic books, 
also appeared. As difficult as it might be 
to maintain the standards of such a tal- 
ent-laden opening act, each day's per- 
formers were just as exciting. 

Wally Bowen, Clemson's Education 
News Editor, volunteered his time to orga- 
nize the various lectures and concerts 
throughout the week. The events were 
purposely scheduled so that they would 
not conflict with each other. 

Each Day Brown Bag Lunch Concerts 
were held in the Union Courtyard. These 
concerts featured Clemson faculty and 
students. The music during the week var- 
ied from classical guitar, by Yuji Kiski- 
moto, to Irish folk songs on the guitar, 
dulcimer and violin by Jim Beggs, Bar- 
bara Hall and Kelly Smith. Other perform- 
ers included Bobby Daye, Laura Little- 
field, Bob McAnally and Joe Walton. The 
concerts provided a welcome break for 
University staff and students. Many su- 
dents stopped to listen on their way to 
lunch. The Brown Bag Concerts also en- 
abled the students to see the faculty in a 
different perspective — some of them 
might be human after all! 

The lecture series provided many inter- 
esting topics which were widely varied 
and in some cases controversial. The lec- 
tures filled a dual purpose of providing 
free entertainment for the general public 
and exposing students to professionals in 
their fields. Duke University historian, Wil- 
liam Chafe, provided his opinions on 



58 — STUDENT LIFE 




Students enjoy the blue grass sounds of the 
Reedy River Ramblers between classes (facing page 
top). 

CI em son 's University Gospel Choir performs dur- 
ing the opening of the Chataqua series (facing page 
bottom). 

Yugi Kishimoto an associate professor of archi- 
tecture, concentrates on the strings while perform- 
ing classical pieces on the guitar (below). 

Laura Littlefield and Joe Walton combine for 
some easy listening in the Union Plaza. They were 
one of several acts that performed as part of the 
Brown Bag Lunch Concert series (right). 

Two members of the Stumphouse Stompers kick 
up their heels in the amphitheater (lower right). 





Mike Murray 



Andy Smith 



STUDENT LIFE — 59 




John Stachel of Princeton, presented a series of 
lectures focusing on both the personal life of Albert 
Einstein and the formation of the Theory of Special 
Relativity (right). 

Albert Collins, along with his band The Ice-break- 
ers, made a rousing finale for Clemson Chataqua 
with their brand of Chicago Blues (lower left). 

Roy Blount, a nationaly known author sponsored 
by the College of Liberal Arts, entertains his audi- 
ence with a reading from his book, "Rednecks, 
Crackers, and Peckerwoods" (below). 

The level of emotion in Blues music is revealed on 
the face of one of The Icebreakers (lower right). 




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60 — STUDENT LIFE 




Gregg Collins 



Chataqua 



equality between the sexes in his lecture, 
"Changing Roles of Women and Men: 
Prospectives for Sex Equality," aimed at 
psychology and sociology majors and 
faculty. John Stachel from the Institute for 
Advanced Studies at Princeton provided 
two lectures on Einstein. Stachel's first 
lecture, "Einstein: The Man Behind the 
Myths," was geared for enlightening the 
general public about Einstein's life. In his 
second lecture, "How Einstein Came to 
Special Relativity," Stachel focused his 
efforts on Einstein's arrival at his Theory 
of Relativity. On the lighter side of the 
lecture series, Roy Blount provided his 
particular brand of Southern humor. 
Blount enjoys writing country songs, the 
most famous of which is entitled "I'm Just 
a Bug on the Windshield of Life." Other 
lectures included Brenda Murphy, William 
Banks and Sanford Lakoff. 

"Vanities," a student produced and di- 
rected play starring Kelli Grant, Jan Has- 
kell and Diana Kirk, provided more lighth- 
earted entertainment during the week. 
The play was a parody of the self-ob- 
sessed stereotyping of cheerleaders and 
sorority members. The play was all in fun, 
but also made one think about one's atti- 
tudes. 

Chautauqua week succeeded in its 
goal of filling in the void of cultural events 
during the fall semester. Clemson's first 
Chautauqua also proved that Clemson is 
not lacking in native talent and that what 
talent is here should be spotlighted more 
often. The sponsors of Chautauqua also 
demonstrated that cultural events did not 
have to be expensive, but could be pro- 
vided at a minimal expense to the stu- 
dents. The week provided an opportunity 
for faculty and students to get together in 
a more relaxed, but cultural atmosphere 
and enjoy themselves. 



by Heather Herndon 



STUDENT LIFE 



61 



Salute To Tiger *> 
Band 

These pages are devoted to a special 

group of Clemson students whose 

endeavors to promote school spirit have 

required long hours and many 

sacrifices. For their efforts, TAPS 

salutes the members of Tiger Band. 



Drum corps members, Mike Morris. Scott Wilson, 
Rick Schwartz and Joan Baxter perform a percus- 
sion solo to "Let's Get Happy" (right). 

John McGuire enthusiastically marches to the 
practice field. Band members practice for two hours 
four afternoons a week (below left). 

Band members perform "In the Stone" a feature 
number for the flag corps and twirlers (below right). 

It was a new experience performing in the Super 
Dome. Here, the band rests after the half time show 
during the Clemson-Tulane game (opposite top). 

The band instruments rest on the practice field as 
the members march through a new routine for the 
first time (opposite middle). 

Wendy Jackson, one of the award winning Tiger 
Twirlers, strikes a pose during a Tiger Band show 
(opposite far right). 








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Putting Ideals Into Practice 



Almost everyone supports giving the 
sick and unfortunate a helping hand. But 
when it comes right down to it, few are 
willing to turn that support into practice. 
Two college organizations devoted to 
turning ideals into community service are 
Alpha Phi Omega and Gamma Sigma 
Sigma. Since their inceptions in 1926 and 
1954, respectively, these students clubs 
have been involved in service projects on 
a national and local, as well as a colle- 
giate scale. 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Alpha Phi Omega is a national service 
fraternity with approximately 350 chap- 
ters at colleges and universities in the 50 
states, Puerto Rico, and the District of 
Columbia. The Clemson chapter, Gamma 
Lambda, was installed October 16, 1940, 
and makes APO the oldest Greek-letter 
fraternity on campus. 

APO's origins are in scouting, and the 
fraternity remains closely aligned with the 
ideals and aims of the scouting move- 
ment. "However, scouting affiliation is no 
longer a reguirement for Gamma Lambda 
membership", said APO's correspon- 



dence secretary Rod Walker. "The frater- 
nity has an identity and structure inde- 
pendent of all other organizations and as- 
sociations." 

APO's sum up their purpose in three 
words: "Leadership, Friendship and Ser- 
vice." Although this seems grandiose, the 
APO's are dedicated to putting these 
ideals into practice. 

At Clemson, the APO's "practical ide- 
alism" is most obvious in their student- 
oriented service projects. Foremost 
among these is the Sunday-night shuttle 
service between the outlying parking lots 
and the residence halls. The shuttle has 
been running for eight years and has be- 
come a standard part of campus life. 

Another student-oriented service is the 
"APO Book Exchange." The Exchange 
provides students with an opportunity for 
buying and selling used textbooks without 
having to bother with bulletin board signs 
or the campus bookstore. 

While these seem to be APO's most 
prominent projects, the fraternity does 
much more. In the course of a year, 
APO's service program normally includes 
collecting pledges from people willing to 
donate their eyes after death and con- 



ducting semesterly "blood banks" where 
members of the university community 
donate their blood for patients at area 
hospitals. 

Other ventures include visiting burned 
children at the Shriners Hospital in Green- 
ville, working with scouts and sponsoring 
fund-raising projects for causes ranging 
from CARE to the Boys' Home of the 
South. 

APO's special project this year is a 50- 
mile "Diaper Relay" to raise money for 
the Arthritis Foundation. According to 
Gamma Lambda's fall president Steve 
Matormak. "each of our brothers will run 
a mile in relay-fashion wearing a diaper." 
The diapers will sport logos from various 
area businesses that have donated mon- 
ey to the Foundation. The relay will begin 
in Clemson and end at Haywood Mall in 
Greenville. Last year the pledge class ran 
a similar race. "That relay was only 20 
miles long and netted $500," said Mator- 
mak. "This year's will be much bigger, 
and we hope to quadruple our dona- 
tions." 

Mommy I L or en McCullough hams it up for the pho- 
tographer during his leg of the Alpha Phi Omega 
Diaper Relay (top of page). 



64 — STUDENT LIFE 




John Fouts talks with prospective sponsors of the 
Diaper Relay. This annual event raises money for the 
Arthritis Foundation (left). 



Gunter Wiedemann 



STUDENT LIFE — 65 



Gamma Sigma Sigma 



Gamma Sigma Sigma is the national 
service sorority and sister organization to 
APO. Founded on the principles of "Ser- 
vice, Friendship and Equality," Gamma 
Sig, like APO, differs from standard ser- 
vice clubs in that it has a greater range of 
projects; and its organizational structure 
is on a more personal level. 

A member is given the opportunity to 
participate in such undertakings as rais- 
ing funds for the March of Dimes in the 10 
kilometer walk-a-thon and visiting chil- 
dren in local orphanages. At the same 
time she experiences the close bonds of 
friendship which a sorority can offer. Lynn 
Browning, president of Clemson's Epsilon 
Beta chapter, says, "there is a special 
type of friendship that is built working side 
by side." 

Clemson's Gamma Sigs are active all 
year long. Typical endeavors include rais- 
ing funds for national movements such as 
the March of Dimes and area causes like 
"Meals on Wheels" for the elderly. Other 
ventures range from baby-sitting for 
Clemson professors and graduate stu- 
dents, to help with vehicle registration 



and student ID distribution, to assisting 
with the Special Olympics. 

Last year the Clemson chapter, Epsilon 
Beta, also visited children at the Whitten 
Center for the mentally retarded and the 
Thornwell Orphanage in Clinton, S.C. The 
sisters brought the children a trove of 
home-baked goodies and spent the after- 
noon with them playing games and "just 
being close." Browning said, "It's an 
emotional experience to know you've 
brought joy to a little kid's face. 

A special project on this year's agenda 
was the formation of the Clemson Youth 
Hotline. The hotline, initiated in the fall of 
1981, serves the Clemson city area. It is 
geared for young people from their early 
teens to middle twenties. "That way it 
won't be exclusively for the University stu- 
dents," said Browning. Gamma Sig had a 
big hand in the inception, fund-raising 
and publicity of the hotline. 

Every two years at the Gamma Sigma 
Sigma National Convention, a national 
project is chosen, and each chapter is 
requested to do some work for that pro- 
ject. The current project is the raising of 



money for the American Cancer Society. 
A "rock-a-thon" was chosen as Epsilon 
Beta's vehicle for gathering the funds. 

In this unconventional marathon, four 
rocking chairs (two on the union plaza 
and two downtown) are kept rocking con- 
tinuously for 72 hours by the sisters. Do- 
nations are taken in the form of small 
amounts pledged for each hour of rock- 
ing. "Last year's rock-a-thon raised over 
$1400," said Browning, "and we think we 
can beat that record this year." 

APO and Gamma Sig are in a peculiar 
situation among campus organizations. 
Although full-fledged Greek-letter organi- 
zations, they are denied the benefits and 
prominence of Clemson's social fraterni- 
ties and sororities. Neither organization 
has a house nor a say in either the Inter- 
fraternity or Panhellanic Councils. "We 
do so much for the University and sur- 
rounding community, but no one knows 
we exist," said Browning. But the broth- 
ers of APO and sisters of Gamma Sig 
understand this. After all, they are there 
to help the community, not themselves. 

by Max Weber 




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66 — STUDENT L IFF 




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APO and REE jointly sponsored a rock-a-thon for 
the American Cancer Society. Last year's event 
tasted 72 hours and raised $ 1400. (far left) 

Michelle Burnet participates in Gamma Sigma 
Sigma 's campaign to aid the American Cancer Soci- 
ety, (left) 

Gamma Sigma Sigma and Chi Omega sponsored 
a walk-a-thon for the March of Dimes in the fall, 
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The Tiger 75th Anniversary 



Despite the lack of cooperation from 
the weather, more than 100 people gath- 
ered on campus the weekend of Jan. 14 
to celebrate a historic event. The Tiger, 
South Carolina's oldest college newspa- 
per first published in January 1907, cele- 
brated its 75th birthday. 

When the people from 75 years of pub- 
lishing met at the weekend's first event, 
an openhouse at The Tiger off ices, every- 
one made an effort to be sociable. And as 
the weekend progressed it became less 
and less of an effort. A reception Friday, 
in honor of former editors, gave the late- 
comers a chance to do the mingling that 
they had missed on Thursday. 

Finally, the snow and ice that had cov- 
ered the campus began to melt away, 
and so did the generations that separated 
The Tiger staffs of the past. Speeches 
delivered by three special guests at the 
pinnacle event, a Saturday luncheon, tied 
up all the loose ends, for each speech 



drew those present together in a way that 
could not be overlooked. 

Beginning with Wright Bryan, 1925-26 
editor of The Tiger, who spoke on the 
early days of the newspaper, to Marilyn 
Thompson, 1972-74 managing editor 
who relayed the radical days with an un- 
cooperative university administration — 
both eras different from the way things 
now are — guests began to see similari- 
ties through all the dissimilarities of Tiger 
staffs: the problems, the accomplish- 
ments, and the experience. 

Bill Walker, the final speaker, provided 
a message for journalists that could apply 
for all people today: be objective from the 
start of your reporting. Accumulate the 
facts, and then write the story rather than 
deciding the story and finding the facts. 
But don't let objectivity dull the emotions. 

The anniversary wasn't only celebrated 
within the organization. Colleges were 
provided lists of Tiger staffers who have 



gone on to excel in their respective fields, 
and a few of them invited guests into their 
classrooms to deliver special lectures. 
Some of those who were unable to keep 
their engagements because of the weath- 
er were excited enough that they made 
arrangements to speak at a later date. 

Week-long activities commemorating 
the event included displays that had been 
set up at various locations on campus. 
Old but original cartoons, photographs 
and books by Ben Robertson and John 
Lane, and sports photographs were ex- 
hibited. 

by Dana Hansen 

The Tiger celebrated it's 75th anniversary on Jan- 
uary t4. The nameptate of the newspaper was 
changed back to the original style in recognition of 
the event (left). 

Bill Walker, a former Tiger Sports editor, and Elaine 
Beardsly, a former Assistant Editor, talk during a 
Thursday night drop-in in The Tiger offices, (bot- 
tom). 



Richard Baldwin 



STUDENT LIFE — 69 



Religious Organizations Offer Variety 



When students first arrive at Clemson 
one of the first things they consider is 
finding a church or religious group to fill 
their particular needs. There are numer- 
ous churches in the area surrounding 
Clemson who try to fulfill these needs. 
Most of the churches have special college 
classes and adopt-a-family programs. 
Many of the area churches also have stu- 
dent associations which help fulfill the 
needs of the students. Along with these 
groups are several interdenominational 
organizations who also have Bible studies 
and fellowships which meet during the 
week. 

The student associations which are 
sponsored by churches include the Bap- 
tist Student Union, the Christian Science 
Organization, Harvesters, Lutheran Stu- 
dent Movement, the Newman Student 
Association and the Wesley and Wesmin- 
ster Fellowships. These student associ- 
ations generally meet once a week for a 
time of Bible study. Although some use 
Univeristy facilities, in most cases the par- 
ent church provides the facilities for these 
meetings. 

By no means are all the organizations 
on campus church affiliated. There are 
many interdenominational organizations 
and among them are included the Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ, Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes, the Gospel Choir, and 
the Navigators. The main purpose of 
these groups is to help college students 
grow in their faith and provide Christian 
fellowship. 



The Campus Crusade for Christ usually 
meets twice a week in the YMCA chapel. 
They also sponsor nightly Bible studies in 
most of the dorms on campus. Through- 
out the year they also sponsored special 
Christian speakers and performers. Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ is made up of ap- 
proximately 100 students who are com- 
mitted to the ministries. During the sum- 
mer many of the students will travel to 
Japan and Africa to help spread their 
faith to others. During spring break some 
of the members traveled to Daytona 
Beach to take part in Operation Sunshine, 
a conference with other Campus Crusade 
for Christ groups from all over the coun- 
try. 

Another large group on campus is the 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. This 
group of about 1 10 people meets weekly 
in Mauldin Hall. One does not have to be 
an athlete to attend the FCA meetings 
and as a result only about half of the 
members are athletes. During the meeting 
the members sing, have skits, and share a 
common message. Among the groups 
other activities is a retreat in North Caroli- 
na in the spring. 

The Gospel Choir is now in its second 
active year. The sixty member group has 
traveled to area churches to perform dur- 
ing their regular services. On several oc- 
cassions the choir traveled to the home 
churches of several of the members. One 
of these trips took them to Cleveland, 
Ohio. This talented group also had the 
distinction of giving on of the opening per- 



formances of the very successful Clem- 
son Chataqua. 

One of the smaller interdenominational 
groups on campus isthe Navigators. They 
have Bible studies once a week and once 
a month they get together for a time of 
informal fellowship. The twenty-five mem- 
ber group is a part of an international 
organization based in Colorado Springs, 
Colorado. 

Because of the diversity of students at 
Clemson there is likewise a large number 
of religious organizations to meet their 
needs. There are twenty recognized orga- 
nizations operating on campus at this 
time. The bulk of these are Christian, but 
there are also others. Hillel Brandeis is a 
Jewish religious organization and the 
Muslim Student Association promotes Is- 
lamic ideology. Depending on your reli- 
gious inclination there is an organization 
for just about everyone who might be in- 
terested in joining. 

As with most organizations maintaining 
a membership is a constant concern. 
Most depend on word of mouth, the re- 
sources of an affiliated church, or expo- 
sure to the student body through events 
like Organizations Day. 

Although there are a wide range of 
groups, they can be roughly broken down 
into denominational and non-denomina- 
tional. It can be said that they are all very 
much the same. They all attempt to fulfill 
the needs of fellowship and religious di- 
rection. 

By Heather Herndon 



70 — STUDENT LIFE 



Organization's Day provided an opportunity for 
campus religious organizations to promote them- 
selves to the student body (above left). 




Many campus religious organization rely on re- 
cruiting for members. High traffic areas such as 
outside Harcombe and the Union is a favorite spot 
(lower left). 



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Gunter Wiedemann 



STUDENT LIFE — 71 



Intramurals Keep Students Busy 



Since 1970, when Banks McFadden 
took over as director of Fike recreational 
center, the intramural program has con- 
tinued to grow to meet the needs of Clem- 
son students. Through years of expansion 
Fike now resembles a recreational com- 
plex. 

The recreation center now consists of 
ten handball courts, four basketball 
courts, two weight rooms, a dance room, 
swimming pool, and diving pool. In addi- 
tion to the facilities in Fike, there are 
twenty-five tennis courts and eight play- 
ing fields that are also part of the recrea- 
tional facilities. 

The extensiveness of today's facilities 
provide a sharp contrast to the intramural 
program's humble beginnings. Back in 
the 1930's Clemson's intramural program 
was operated by Eddie Kirshner, then di- 
rector of the Holtzendorf YMCA. With 
only a couple of playing fields and a half 
dozen tennis courts he established intra- 
mural sports as a major interest of the 
students. Clemson's intramural program, 
now headed by Fred Cone, continues to 
grow and mature under the concept that 
sports and recreation are an important 
part of a student's life. And that there 
should be enough of a diversity in the 
facilities to satisfy as many of the stu- 



// wasn't until the varsity basketball team moved to 
Littlejohn that the Fike gym was set aside for intra- 
murals. Now there are four full courts for students to 
use (right). 

A batter drives through the ball. Along with the 
indoor facilities there are eight playing fields for stu- 
dents (below). 




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(second row) Basketball — womens — Spring, 1981, 
the Contenders. Basketball — Co-Rec — Spring, 1981, 
the Irish Tigers, (third row) Softball — Women — Fall, 
1981, the Kappa Blues. Softball — Mens — Fall, 1981, 
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Intramurals 

dents as possible. 

There are now seventeen intramural 
sports offered. In each of these sports 
there are both mens and womens divi- 
sions. The number of sports offered gives 
an indication of the immense interest 
shown by the students. Approximately 
5,200 students take part in intramural 
competition during every semester. That 
is almost one half of all the full time stu- 
dents enrolled. 

Even though the facilities are in high 
demand, there aren't any plans for major 
additions in the near future. There are, 
however, plans to meet the rising demand 
for enlargement of some weight room fa- 
cilities and for the addition of more rac- 
quetbalf courts. 

For those who don't take physical fit- 
ness seriously Fike still offers a lot. It is a 
place to meet friends and to have a good 
time without having to go to a downtown 
establishment. 



Ed Allen goes high over a wall of defenders in an 
attempt to score. Basketball is the most popular of 
all the intramural sports (right). 

One of the many womens teams who participated 
plans their attack. I Tappa Keg were the eventual 
winners of the women's division (below). 




Andy Smith 




Richard Baldwin 



74 — STUDENT LIFE 



1981 Intramural Champions 

Spring 



Softball 


Mens 


Mercenaries 


Racquetball 


Mens 


Ed Gartner 


Tennis 


Mens 


Dave Ramsey 


Singles 


Womens 


Nancy Goodwin 




Womens 


Heidi Stueber 


Mixed Doubles 


Graduates 


Gary Campbell 
Gartner Barbieri 


Wrestling 


Graduates 


Joel Ramsey 
Jim McMakin 
Rim Cferholtzer 


Volleyball 


Mens 


Kippeneukers 






Jerome Mussman 
Granam Agee 
Jack Richardson 




Womens 
Co-rec 


Kappa Blues 
Orange County 


Handball 


Mens 


Lee Gaddis 


Basketball 


Mens 


Jazz 


Track 




Wings 




Women 


Contenders 


Table Tennis 




Kenzo Seo 




Co-rec 


Irish Tigers 


Cross Country Mens 


Michael Knotts 


Badminton 


Mens 


Batheia Ajay 




Womens 


Cheryl Caldwell 








Soccer 




IBOBS 


Water Polo 




Makos 



Fall 



Softball Mens 


Mercenaries 






Womens 


Kappa Blues 










Racquetball Mens 


Ed Gartner 


Co-rec 


CoWrecks 


Singles Womens 


Carolyn Hill 


Tennis Mens 


David Ramsey 


Graduates 


Rich Hegg 


Singles Womens 


Janet Kruer 


Mixed Doubles 


Gartner/Barbieri 


Graduates 


Joel Brawley 


Water Polo 


F-Troop 


Mixed Doubles 


Gaskins/Hess 


Badminton 


Pankaj Patel 


Football Mens 


Garco Gators 










Soccer 


Stepping Razors 


Womens 


I Tappa Keg 






Cross Country Mens 


Michael Knotts 


Table Tennis 


Kenzo Seo 


Womens 


Cheryl Caldwell 






Graduates 


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Clemson area residents were stunned 
the evening of January 12 as snow began 
to blanket the area. It had been expected. 
Well, not expected, more like predicted. I 
don't think anyone felt completely sure 
that it would actually snow. But as pre- 
dicted, the snow fell and kept falling. 

It wasn't long before the roads became 
too icy for traveling cars. They soon be- 
came congested with students trying out 
their long-unused sleds. Students who 
didn't have sleds (most didn't) began 
pulling out closet shelves, laundry bas- 
kets, Harcombe trays, cardboard boxes, 
inner tubes, and even street signs to serve 
as sleds. This show of Dixie ingenuity was 
capped by the students who had caught 
the sledding fever to such an extreme that 
their built-up beds came down to provide 
wood for homemade sleds. Several stu- 
dents were prepared for the snow with 
cross country skiis. Others such as soph- 
omore Ken Stoddard made do with water 
skiis. 

Wednesday morning the Clemson cam- 
pus awoke to three inches of snow al- 
ready on the ground and more in the im- 
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the surrounding area was forced to close 
down for two days of fun and frolic in the 
snow. During these two days of freedom 
from classes the students transformed 
the roads around the campus into a multi- 
tude of sledding runs. These fearless sled- 
ders braved both the ice and the cold to 
enjoy the rare winter storm. 

Snowball fights are always an integral 
part of winter fun, and of course Clemson 
students are all for fun. Anyone caught 
outside running, walking, or crawling was 
fair game for the roaming bands of snow- 
ballers. The hill around the Calhoun Man- 
sion was practically a battle zone as 
many fierce snowball fights raged for 
hours. 

Although the weather was the source of 
a lot fun it was also caused many injuries. 
Redfern Health Center reported approxi- 
mately 125 to 150 snow-related injuries 
during the week, ranging from minor 
scrapes and cuts to broken bones. 

All in all, the unexpected two day vaca- 
tion was enjoyed by the students and fac- 
ulty alike. After all, who wouldn't enjoy 
being snowed in Clemson with 11,000 
playmates with nothing better to do than 
have a good time? 

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During the first night of the snow hundreds of 
people gathered on the road between Johnstone 
and the "Shoeboxes" to slide and party (opposite 
top). 

Wasn't it fun? It's too bad that it doesn't snow 
more often (opposite bottom). 

Icy roads weren't the only hazards for motorists. 
Snowball throwers were a constant annoyance for 
drivers (above). 

Some sisters of Pi Beta Phi sorority in the process 
of putting together one of the many igloos built on 
campus (left). 



STUDENT LIFE — 77 



Union Express Takes You Away 



Do you recall Bengal Ball, Red Skelton, 
evenings at Edgar's and The Gutter, The 
Spring Cruise, displays in the Art Gallery, 
exposures in the darkroom, and numer- 
ous other events that contributed to the 
success ot the '81 — '82 school year — 
these memories were compliments ot the 
Clemson University Union. 

Heeding this year's theme, "Come 
Aboard The Union Express," a record 
80,000 plus students, faculty, staff mem- 
bers and their guests were involved in 157 
programs during the fall semester alone. 
The majority of those involved in the 
Union are students who simply volunteer 
their time and talents to bring entertain- 
ment to Clemson. 

The Union itself is broken down into 
eleven student-run committees: Artwork, 
Outdoor Recreation, Special Events, 
Travel, Cultural, Short Course, Films and 
Video, Coffee House, Central Dance and 
Concert, Games and Recreation, and 
College Bowl. The chairman and officers 
from these various committees make up 
the Union Board, who along, with the 
Union staff, coordinate the various pro- 
jects. 

This year many new programs were ini- 
tiated along with the old traditional suc- 
cesses. One major addition was the in- 
stallation of a professionally equipped 
darkroom on the seventh floor above the 
Union. Here, students can rent a facility 
for developing, contacting, and enlarging 
black and white prints. 

Also of special note this fall was, "An 
Evening With Red Skelton," which was a 
phenomenal success for the union. In ad- 
dition to enhancing Homecoming week- 
end with a spectacular performance in 
Littlejohn Coliseum (see page 48), Mr. 
Skelton spent a week on campus simply 
resting, rehearsing, and laughing with stu- 
dents. 

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78 — STUDENT LIFE 







Two contestants diligently carve jack-o-lanterns 
in the annual pumpkin carving contest held in the 
loggia (top). 

Buffo the clown performed in Daniel Hall as part of 
the Union sponsored Performing Arts Series (far 
left). 

The Gutter, a Union sponsored coffee house at- 
tracts a large crowd for the Maggie Ree duo (top 
right). 

Alan Jardine sings ground vocals and plays 
rhythm guitar in the Beach Boys concert (bottom 
middle). 

During Union Day, a prospective member signs up 
for the Central Dance and Concert Committee drop- 
in (bottom far right). 



Bill Spitzer 




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STUDENT LIFE — 79 



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Two union members keep score at the Faculty — 
Studen' College Bowl match held In the loggia (top). 

The video in the loggia, a present from alumni, 
plays to a full house during the week (middle). 

The Maggie Ree Duo played contemporary music 
in The Gutter, a union club, located in the Holtzen- 
dorf YMCA basement (bottom left). 





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The Union 




Raymond Teaster 



nally shifted into high gear this past fall. 
The Union has come a long way in two 
years, from a complete ban on concerts 
to sponsoring both The Beach Boys and 
The Atlanta Rythm Section. 

Littlejohn and rock-n-roll hardly had a 
corner on the concert scene as the Union 
proved its versatility by sponsoring a vari- 
ety of music. Albert Collins and the "Ice- 
breakers", a blues band, played at the 
Clemson House during Clemson's Chata- 
qua. Also various bands like Maggie Ree 
played anything from bluegrass to folk 
music in the intimate atmosphere of The 
Gutter. 

Along with musical concerts and var- 
ious cultural events, the Union is also re- 
sponsible for sponsoring student rate va- 
cation trips. Ski trips were arranged to 
several ski areas in the region. For those 
of a more exotic bent, with money to 
spend and not much to do during their 
spring break, a cruise was arranged in 
originating in Miami with ports of call in 
Mexico, Jamaica, and the Cayman Is- 
lands. 

The students of Clemson are fortunate 
to have an active University Union, a stu- 
dent Union that continues to offer various 
short courses, entertainment attractions, 
videos, films, art trips, and many other 
student activities each week of the school 
year; giving everyone a chance to get in- 
volved — a chance to board the Union 

Express. 

by Kirby Player 
P.J. Jeffords 



The union brought an eight member touring com- 
pany from the Joffrey Ballet in January. The New 
York based dance company performed to a full 
house in Daniel Hall (bottom middle). 

Clemson students helped the Beach Boys road 
crew set up for the evening performance. The event 
was sponsored by the Central Dance and Concert 
Committee (left). 



STUDENT LIFE 81 




The Diviners 



The Clemson Players opened their sea- 
son with the southeastern premiere of 
"The Diviners," a play about an idiot boy 
and his fear of water. 

The Players were only the second 
scholastic theater group to perform the 
play, according to Larry Hembree, presi- 
dent of the Players. 

The play was written by Jim Leonard, a 
23-year-old graduate of Hanover College 
in Indiana. Leonard wrote the play while 
he was in college, and it won first place 
honors in the American College Theatre 
Festival the year it was written. 

The play revolved around the idiot boy, 



Pastor C.C. Showers wanders into the town of 
Zion where the play is set (top right) 

Mark Charney (Kneeling), playing the idiot's fa- 
ther, and Alan Tanner discuss the boy's fear of 
water (above). 

Arthur Slade and Lennda Saint take a break by 
the lakeside during a slower paced scene in an 
otherwise intense and fast paced play (right) 




Gunler Weidmann 



82 — STUDENT LIFE 





Buddy Layman, played by Hembree, and 
a former pastor, C.C. Showers, played by 
Arthur Slade. In the play, C.C. tries to 
cure the boy's fear, and the results are 
bad. 

Other members of the cast included 
Lerinda Scott as Buddy's sister and Mark 
Charney as Ferris Layman. Also appear- 
ing in the production were Charlotte Holt, 
Pat Haskell, Laura Ackerman, Nancy 
Forehand, Bill Stewart, Alan Tanner and 
VJ Maury. 

Clifton Egan directed the production. 
Egan also attended Hanover College. 
One of Egan's professors, Tom Evans, 
was the director of the play when it 
played at the Circle Repertory Theatre in 
New York. 

Evans attended two of the perfor- 
mances given by the Players, and he pre- 
sented a lecture entitled "Playwriting and 
Production: A Director's Perspective." 

The play is being made into a movie. 
Robert Altman is directing that effort. 

by Matt Franklin 



The idiot, played by Larry Hembree, cowers in 
uncontrolled fear as members of his family and pas- 
tor C. C. Potts prepare to wash him (top). 

In an important scene, Norma Henshaw, played 
by Pat Haskell, tries to convince C.C. Showers, 
played by Arthur Slade. to fullfill the town's spiritual 
needs (left). 



Gunter Weidmann 



STUDENT LIFE — 83 



It's Only Two Months Work 



The curtain goes down, the final bows 
have been taken, audience members are 
crowded backstage amidst teary-eyed 
actors. The show is over. It's been a long 
tive-week rehearsal period. Grades have 
had to be sacrificed but new friends have 
been made and now there ia a new char- 
acter to store in one's closet of charac- 
ters . . . 

Tonight will be the cast party. Tom- 
morow, the set will be torn apart. Tom- 
morow night will be auditions for the next 
show. It seems like a never-ending circle. 
Putting together a Clemson Players pro- 
duction is no easy task . . . From concep- 
tion to final product hard work, both men- 
tally and physically, is a creative must. 

It all begins when a director and a play 
are chosen. Permission to produce the 
show is sought through the publishing 
company, Then publicity goes out con- 
cerning auditions. Meanwhile, a set is be- 
ing designed between the designer and 
director. The director, during this time, is 
also deciding on a student to assistant 
direct and stage manage his show. The 
student will be at every rehearsal and will 
be the liason between director, actors, 
and technical reews. He/she must have 
knowledge of everything that is going on 



concerning every aspect of the show. 

Auditions take place on two nights so 
that the director can make sure hs is mak- 
ing the best casting choices. Auditions 
are open to Clemson students, faculty, 
and/or staff. In cases when a role can't 
be cast, the director has the right to go 
out into the community to find the actor 
he needs. 

The rehearsal period lasts from four to 
six weeks, depending on how much time 
the director deems neccessary. Rehears- 
als are five to seven nights per week, a 
minimum of three hours per night. Cast 
members obviously must forsake some of 
their studying time and social life. There- 
fore, serious consideration must occur 
before deciding to get involved in a Play- 
er's show. 

While acting rehearsals are taking 
place, the creation of the technical as- 
pects of the show is also being worked 
on. 

Set construction starts immediately 
after casting has occurred. Set construc- 
tion takes place nightly at the same time 
rehearsals are going on, and also on 
weekends. There is one student in charge 
of set construction who oversees the en- 
tire operation. 



Other technical aspects are sound; 
choice and editing; design, execution, 
and operation; costumes, design and 
building; and props, design and building 
or collecting. 

Promotion and Publicity are constantly 
being coordinated, both on campus and 
regional-wide. The Players not only play 
to the university population, but also the 
Clemson community and other surround- 
ing areas. 

The players' first three shows run six 
nights and pull from 1,500 and 2,000 au- 
dience members for the entire run. 

The last show is performed in the Dan- 
iel Annex, a black box theatre, and runs 
ten performances. This year's final shows 
were two one-act plays directed by two 
students. Graduating senior Larry Hem- 
bree and Tom Pender directed Lanford 
Wilson's The Sandcastle and Harold 
Pinter's The Room, respectively. 

It's eight p.m. on the evening of the first 
read-through and the new cast assem- 
bles, both excited about being cast and 
nervous about what lies ahead. But they 
are all alike in one way. They are dedi- 
cated to the creative art we call theatre. 

by Larry Hembree 




Mik<> Murray 



84 — STUDENT I II I 




Larry Hembree plays the part of Jethro Crouch 
during a play rehersal (bottom right). 

Teresa Davis applies lipstick in the dressing 
room in Daniel Annex (bottom left). 



ScotI Harke 



STUDENT LIFE — 85 




The Water Engine 



The second production of the Clemson 
Players was "The Water Engine" by Da- 
vid Mamet. 

The play was actually a play within a 
play. Set in a radio station at the Century 
of Progress Exposition in Chicago, 1934, 
the play is a portrayal of the studio during 
a live broadcast of a melodrama. All the 
action, characters, and plot are in the 
radio melodrama; the studio is merely the 
set. 

The radio drama is the story of creative 
genius being crushed by big business and 
crooks. A factory worker, Charles Lang, 
played by Arthur Slade, invents a motor 
that runs on distilled water. Larry Hem- 
bree and Steve Moriarity play patent law- 



Kim Da vies, Jeff Jones and Douglas Walton are 
the sound affect team in the Player's radio drama 
Water Engine (above left). 

Joyce Potle and Arthur Slade come to you live on 
WCOP radio (top). 

Believe it or not Susan Freytag and llene Fins, with 
a little help from the sound affects team, are carry- 
ing on a conversation in an elevator (right). 




Richard Baldwin 



86 — STUDENT LIFE 





yers who try to steal the invention. Lang 
ends up dead. 

Other roles were played by Joyce 
Potts, Carole Conner, Alan Tanner, Karl 
Schayde, Candy Blickle, Mark Charney, 
llene Fins, George Suhuyda, Bobby Daye, 
Douglas Welton, Tom Barnlett, Kim Davis 
and Jeft Jones. 

The production was directed by Jere 
Hodgin, assistant professor ot English. 
Assistant director was John Matthews; 
technical director was Clitton Egan; and 
costume designer was Pat Haskell. 

"The Water Engine" was the Players' 
entry in the state American College The- 
atre Festival in Florence. According to 
Hembree, president of the Players, the 
judges felt that Clemson is becoming a 
strong dramatics institution. 

by Matt Franklin 



The stage setting for what may be termed a dou- 
ble drama can be extensive (top). 

Karl Schlactley creating sound affects with a 
"gravel pit" (left). 



Richard Baldwin 



STUDENT LIFE — 87 



G. Gordon Liddy Speaks On 
Illusions Of Americans 



G. Gordon Liddy, convicted master- 
mind of the Watergate break-in, spoke to 
a capacity crowd in Tillman Hall Audito- 
rium on March 2. Liddy's speech, Speak- 
ers' Bureaus's only spring presentation, 
was so popular that 300 people had to be 
turned away at the door. 

Liddy's presentation centered on the 
illusions that the American public fools 
themselves with. For example that the 
U.S. has the strongest military in the 
world. Another illusion that the American 
people have is that the rest of the world 
"plays by the rules." The last illusion ac- 
coring to Liddy is that the government is 
controllable. 

Liddy began his talk with some com- 
ments on the state of the American 
armed forces. He criticized the M-1 tank 
and cited many statistics showing the im- 
balance in U.S.-U.S.S.R. military strength. 
Particularly noted was the nuclear sub- 
marine force. Liddy mentioned the new 
titanium hulled Typhoon class of Russian 



sub, which is larger and more powerful 
than the new Trident class American sub. 

The talk then moved to espionage. 
Liddy said that spying has been going on 
for centuries and will continue for centur- 
ies more. The first written account of spy- 
ing is in the Bible (Numbers, chapter 13). 
Liddy stated that a spies job was to find 
out "the enemies intention." According 
to Liddy the American public is under the 
illusion that the rest of the world plays by 
the rules and we don't need espionage. 
"Spies are a nation's eyes and ears and 
without them a nation is blind, and deaf." 
Liddy feels that wire tapping and other 
cover intelligence operations are not only 
acceptable but necessary to insure 
peace. 

Liddy stated that 77 percent of the 
government is out of control. That is to 
say that it cannot be changed without 
changing the laws of the nation. Liddy 
remarked that a one percent rise in the 
nations deficit costs the taxpaper one bil- 



lion dollars. To illustrate his point Liddy 
said that if a person was given one billion 
dollars and had to spend 1000 dollars 
every day without investing it would take 
300 years to spend. 

During the question and answer section 
of the program Liddy was asked what he 
thought of President Reagan. He re- 
sponded, "If we will support him he will do 
just fine." Someone asked Liddy how he 
felt about serving in prison when his co- 
conspirators were free, Liddy turned and 
replied, "Disgusted." 

Liddy's talk was not an apology or an 
excuse for his actions but rather a state- 
ment of the circumstances surrounding 
those actions. The presentation was full 
of anecdotes from his experience as a 
lawyer, in the F.B.I, and in the top levels of 
national government. G. Gordon Liddy 
left an impression on his audience in Till- 
man Auditorium, whether favorable or not 
was up to them. 

By Scott Harke 




Byron Nolan 



88 — STUDENT LIFF 




G. Gordon Liddy spoke to a capacity crowd in the 
new Tillman auditorium on March 2, 1982. Liddy's 
speech included his views on espionage, the state of 
america's defense and a question and answer peri- 
od, (below and opposite). 

After his speech, Liddy signed autographs and 
talked with students at a reception held in the pal- 
metto ballroom, (left). 

Bryon Nolan 




89 



Beach Boys In Concert 




90 STUDFNT LIFE 



o 




all phots by Gunter Weidmann 

Lead singer Mike Love, the most outgoing of the 
Beach Boys, kept the audience jumping with his 
antics and enthusiasm (opposite). 

The Clemson audience was treated to dozens of 
Beach Boys' songs. Here, Alan Jardine provides 
background vocals and rhythm guitar to the hit, "Be 
True To Your School. " (top left). 

Pianist Brian Wilson has written over 90 % of the 

s most of their al- 
bumns (above). 



The Beach Boy's Oct. 24 appearance 
in Littlejohn Coliseum may mean that na- 
tionaly prominent, meainstream enter- 
tainment may once again be able to per- 
form at Clemson. 

Recovery from the administration's re- 
cently lifted ban on major concerts has 
been slow. But this year the Central 
Dance and Concert Committee got back 
into its usual form. The CDCC still had to 
contend with the problems which caused 
the ban. These included problems with 
both the crowds and funding. As far as 
the crowd problem, before another con- 
cert could be held, certain provisions had 
to be made. First, a Student Security Pa- 
rol had to be formed. The so-called 
"Peer-Patrol" was not to act as a law- 
enforcement squad, but more of a help to 
the students. The thought behind the for- 
mation of the Peer patrol was that stu- 
dents would listen to students sooner 
than to regular officers. Also, the nature 
of the concerts had to be restricted. Ac- 
cording to Paul Schmitt, who is in charge 
of the concerts, "The concerts aren't just 
to make money, but also to help the 
school's reputation." A rowdy, violent 
crowd with many arrests would give a bad 
name to concerts held at Clemson. In oth- 
er words, the CDCC would screen out 
concerts which would attract potentially 
dangerous crowds. Also, more informa- 
tion, or warnings, must be given to the 
crowd before admittance. This, combined 
with increased security was to act more 
as a deterrent than anything else. Lastly, 
the use of reserved seating was imple- 
mented to alleviate the problem of fight- 



ing over a good seat or losing your seat 
when you leave for a few minutes. 

As for the problem with money, the 
CDCC tried to sponsor its own concert 
with Mother's Finest and Dixie Dreggs last 
year, which wasn't very successful. This 
year, however, the problem of money was 
solved when Beachclub Promotions 
came to Clemson wanting to sponsor a 
concert. 

Together with Beachclub Promotions, 
The CDCC presented the Beach Boys. 
Approximately 7,000 tickets were sold, 
and even though the concert was half an 
hour late starting, no one seemed to 
mind. According to one student in the 
crowd, "It was worth the wait." Everyone 
seemed to think the crowd was very calm, 
and everyone really enjoyed the concert 
and began getting involved — from sing- 
ing and swaying to passing large beach 
balls around Littlejohn. If the large suc- 
cess of the Beach Boys concert is any 
indication of things to come, concerts are 
back at Clemson and just as good as 



by Edwin Allen 



Bruce Johnson performed a solo rendition of "I 
write the Songs. " Despite Barry Manilow's popular- 
ization of the song, Johnson was the original com- 
poser (top right). 

Of the original Beach Boys only Mike Love, Brian 
Wilson and Alan Jardine remain. However, the 
group has lost none of its popular "California Surf" 
style (above). 



STUDENT LIFE — 91 



ARS Headlines 
Spring Concert 

The Atlanta Rythm Section finally made 
its way to Clemson. The Central Dance 
and Concert Committee, in conjunction 
with a private promoter, managed to 
bring them to Littlejohn Coliseum on Feb- 
ruary 5 for the spring term's first concert. 
Also appearing as back-ups for ARS were 
Nantucket and McGuffey Lane. 

Both ARS and Nantucket were familiar 
bands to Clemson students. ARS by vir- 
ture of their national prominance, and 
Nantucket because they originated in 
Charlotte, N.C. and have played this area 
for a long time. The only stranger was 
McGuffey Lane, who's following is in their 
home state of Ohio. 

McGuffey Lane didn't have any familiar 
songs to spark the crowd but their rou- 
caus southern rock sound matched them 
well with Nantucket. Nantucket played 
the old standard "Heartbreaker, and ARS 
on the other hand, was content to play 
strictkly from their old successes. 

University officials had anticipated 
more crowd trouble than experienced at 
the Beach Boy's concert simply because 
of the appeal of the music was to a differ- 
ent crowd. Security at the concert was 
tight in an attempt to head off any poten- 
tial problems. Events of the past are hard 
to forget and memories of the Kansas 
Concert Skill linger. by Kurt Gleichauf 

Ronnie Hammond, sings lead vocals for ARS. 
ARS played many cuts from their album, Cham- 
pagne Jam, including "Imaginary Lover," Large 
Time." and "Champagne Jam" (right). 

J.R. Cobb of ARS gets into music during 
"Spooky. " The crowd at Littlejohn was small and 
generally well behaved (below). 

Gunter Wiedemann 





Scott Hnrke 



92 — STUDENT LIFE 



Paul Goddard, ARS's bassist, is an awesome pres- 
ence on any stage During the concert he played a 
solo which left no doubt about his ample talent as a 
musician (bottom). 

Tommy Redd, lead guitarist for Nantucket, jams 
out some sizzling southern rock-n-roll (left). 




Scott Harke 



93 



Who Is That Masked Man? 



It's 11 a.m. on a football Saturday. 
Most of us are just beginning to feel 
alive after a night in Tiger Town. Ricky 
Capps, our Tiger mascot, is already in 
the Tiger suit and beginning his days 
work. On any given Saturday Ricky 
loses from 6 to 8 pounds. "I lost 10 
pounds during the Wake Forest game, 
that was the most for a single game," 
remarked Capps. Ricky starts prepar- 
ing for the game well before 1 1 a.m. 
and doesn't finish until after 6 p.m. 
After the game is when Ricky gets his 
real work out, signing autographs and 
spending some time with each of his 
"little fans." 

When Ricky first came to Clemson 
he was looking for a way to "get in- 
volved in the spirit of Clemson." During 
orientation he talked to one of the 
cheerleaders, who said that being a 
cheerleader was the best way that he 
knew of to get involved in Clemson. 
Ricky liked the idea, so he went to the 
tryout. He made the JV squad, where 
he spent his first two years. In his junior 
year Ricky was picked to fill the job of 
Zack Mills, since Zack was graduating. 
Ever since then Ricky has been the 
Tiger on the field. 

Being a cheerleader is a lot of hard 
work as well as a lot of fun. The squad 
practices 5 days a week for an hour 
and half to two hours. "Being the Tiger 
takes up more time than being a cheer- 
leader. "I do at least one charity event 
a week and those are on top of games 
and pep rallies. The University had to 
establish guidelines as to who could 
get the Tiger to appear. Anyone want- 
ing the Tiger to appear has to go 
through Dean Deloney, Dean of Stu- 
dent Life and Dean Cox, Vice Presi- 
dent of Student Affairs. This was done 
to make sure that whoever was in the 
costume had enough time for his stud- 
ies." 

Ricky has met a lot of people as the 
Tiger. "There have been three people 
that have impressed me," Capps said, 
"Jerry Arp, former Promotions director 
at Clemson, Joe Turner, executive sec- 
retary of IPTAY and Allison Dalton, 
present Promotions director for Clem- 
son. These people helped me in any 
way they could at any time." 

When asked to sum up his toughts 
about being the Tiger, Ricky said, "I 
feel really lucky to have been a part of 
the Clemson spirit, especially winning 
the Orange Bowl and being the num- 
ber one team in the country. Another 
aspect of being the Tiger that I enjoy is 



94 — STUDENT LIFE 





the recognition that I get tor being the 
Tiger, both in and out of the costume. 
My parents and family have been a big 
part of my being the Tiger. When I felt 
down or wasn't sure about all the time 
it was taking they were right there 
backing me up and giving me sup- 
port." 

Ricky said that the highlight of his 
career as the Tiger was being asked to 
dot the "I" in the Tiger Band's pre 
game formation of "TIGERS" in the 
Orange Bowl. This is an honor that in 
the past has been bestowed on IPTAY 
directors, state governors and other 
prominent South Carolinians. Strom 
Thurmond, President Pro Tern of the 
U.S. Senate dotted the "I" earlier in 
the year. 

Next fall there will be a new Tiger on 
the field, as Ricky is graduating. When 
asked what he will miss most he said, 
"I will miss all the special people that 
are Clemson fans. No matter where I 
go I will always be in Clemson in spirit. 

by Scott Harke 



As the Tiger, Ricky Capps probably has the 
hardest job on the field. He often loses 6-8 
pounds per performance, (opposite top). 

"Passing the Tiger" is a football Saturday ritual. 
Ricky is passed on the hands of the crowd to the 
top of the lower deck and back down again 
(opposite bottom). 

After each score Ricky does a push-up for each 
point in the total score. This alone can be 
draining as it was during Clemson's 82-24 romp 
of Wake Forest (above left). 

Ricky, along with with Becky Dalton, 
acknowledge the crowd during the Oranbe Bowl. 
During the halftime show Ricky dotted the "I" in 
the Band's "TIGERS" formation, an honor 
reserved only for VIP's, as a tribute to his 
dedication and spirit (above right). 

The oppostion is obviously not worrying this 
Tiger. Creativity is an important part of being a 
cheerleader — the crowd loves it (left). 

The masked man unmasked — Ricky takes a 
breather during a lull in the game (lower left). 



STUDENT LIFE — 95 




Charles Hucks 



Black History Month: A First 



This year was the first time Clemson 
University officially recognized Black His- 
tory Month. There was a chain of events 
throughout the month of February to pro- 
claim and recognize the importance of 
blacks in American history. These events 
not only gave the black students on cam- 
pus a chance to enjoy and participate in a 
part of their heritage, but it was a learning 
and gratifying experience for all involved. 

Alumnus Harvey Gantt lectured at the 
official opening of Black History Month in 
Hardin Hall Auditorium. It was fitting for 
Clemson's first black student to open the 
first Black History Month celebration. 

That was only the beginning. On Febru- 
ary 12, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity co-sponsored 
a Sweetheart Dance in the Palmetto Ball- 
room. 

Also on the list of special social events 



was a Variety Show at Edgar's. Everyone 
was allowed to demonstrate their talent in 
anything from songs to skits. It was defi- 
nitely entertaining. 

By far the most popular event was the 
Miss Pamoja Pageant, however. Twelve 
beautiful young ladies participated. The 
crown of Miss Pamoja went to Miss Lindy 
Tolbert, a mechanical engineering major 
from Brunswick, Maine. The contestants 
were judged on casual wear, swimsuit, 
evening wear, and talent. 

Black History Month was not only a 
time for students to express their 
thoughts and talents. It was also an edu- 
cational experience, with lecturers such 
as Edmund Gaithers speaking on "Black 
Artists in America", and William Amoar- 
uku on "Roles of Music in Traditional Afri- 
can Societies." And of course, no one will 
forget the inspirational lecture and perfor- 



mance by Pearle Williams-Jones on 
"Black American Gospel Music — The 
Social and Spiritual Significance." Mrs. 
Jones is a professor at the University of 
the District of Columbia, Washington, 
D.C. She left all those who attended hei 
lecture with a great respect for the cultur- 
al importance of gospel music. 

The Clemson University Minority Coun- 
cil was instrumental in organizing the cal- 
endar of Black History Month. The Minor- 
ity Council is a branch of student govern- 
ment that works as a liason for minority 
students and administrators. In addition, 
they also serve as cultural ambassadors 
between minority students and the rest of 
the student body. The success of Black 
History Month proved to be a major step 
towards this goal. 

by Curtis Sims 



96 — STUDENT I If F 





Dave Phillipson 

Edmund Gaithers addressed his audience on the 
impact that blacks have made in art in the United 
States The significance of the roles that blacks 
have played in American history was a major topic 
of Black History Month. (Left) 

Couples sway to the beat during the Sweetheart 
Dance The Minority Council sponsored several so- 
cial events during the month, including talent shows 
and a gospel recital (above) 

Members of the Minority Council paying homage 
to the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King. (Far Left) 



Andy Smith 



STUDENT LIFE 



97 



The Corner Of College 
Highway 93 Gets A 




The corner as it looks now along 93. Penny An- 
nie's took the place of The Store and The Corpora- 
tion remodeled the Old Bookstore (top). 

This inset shows how the storefront looked during 
the spring of '82 (top inset). 

Al Shealy looks on as the bartender at The Corpo- 
ration draws his beer. The Corporation is the only 
downtown bar that has a dance floor (right). 

Several students "ham it up" at The Corporation. 
The benches are an improvement over the tables 
and chairs of the Bookstore which can be a hazard if 
one is inebriated (opposite top right). 

A game of billards can be enjoyed at Penny Annie 's 
in what used to be The Store's stockroom. Besides 
billards. Penny Annie's also has video and pinball 
machines (opposite top left). 

Steve Lancaster and David Bonds take a break at 
Funnies. Funnies is located underneath the complex 
along College A venue. They also have a small game 
room for those not hungry (opposite middle). 

Sarah Richmond serves waiting customers a Fun- 
nies hot dog. Besides hot dogs. Funnies also has 
bar-b-que and various side orders, (opposite bot- 
tom). 




all photos by Gunter Wiedemann 



98 — STUDENT LIFE 



Avenue And 
New Look 



The corner of College Avenue and 
Highway 93 has had more than its share 
of problems over the past year. It has 
been haunted by stores closing and spec- 
ulations of its future. Rumor once had it 
that a Burger King was to be built on the 
corner. 

The Store, after price wars with neigh- 
boring Fast Fare was no longer able to 
compete and was forced to close down 
operations. Toward the end of last spring 
semester, a fire caused damage to The 
Bookstore, the Record Hole and Sloan's. 
The Record Hole was forced to liquidate 
its existing stock and temporarily close. 

During the fall semester of 1982, Penny 
Annie's bar opened in the place that once 
housed The Store. Meanwhile, The Book- 
store, besides music, was playing musical 
owners. The Bookstore frequently closed 
and reopened depending on what transi- 
tion state it was in. That same semester 
The Record Hole reopened for business in 
their newly remodeled and expanded 
store. 

Next to Clint's Barbershop, construc- 
tion activities were going on behind the 
old, brown door that once read "Free us 
From S.C." Funnies came to be out of 
what was once a run-down workshop. 
Just around the corner massive remodel- 
ing efforts were occuring at the site of the 
defunct Bookstore. Work continued furi- 
ously on this project until the finished 
product, the Corporation bar, reopened 
on March 3. 

Lastly Sloan's has closed its doors to 
the public after struggling to compete 
with other gift shops in town. About the 
only store which has had no problems is 
Clint's Barbershop. 

The corner has seen many changes 
and problems, yet it manages to survive. 

By Gunter Wiedemann 





all photos by Andy Smith 



100 — STUDENT LIFE 





Among the 11,290 students attending 
Clemson 4,430 are commuters. These 
students inhabit corners from Clemson to 
Greenville and from Pelzer to Seneca. 
They live in houses, condominiums, 
apartments, basements, attics, or any 
space available. All these commuters ex- 
perience special problems unknown to 
the on-campus dweller. Traffic, parking 
and split classes all cause the commuter 
unique situations. 

One of the main hassles unknown to 
on-campus students, but common in the 
working world, is traffic. "It starts at Cen- 
tral from 10 til 8," says one off-campus 
student. The traffic can turn the relatively 
short trip through downtown into a major 
undertaking. According to Johnson Link, 
Chief of Police, "students are pretty well 
adjusted to the problems." They learn to 
leave early and they learn the best routes 
onto campus. 

Upon arrival on campus a new problem 
comes up — parking. John Pace, assis- 
tant dean of student life, says that this 
problem is not really a problem as there is 
sufficient parking. There are 1800 to 2000 
commuter spaces, with students con- 
stantly coming and going throughout the 
day. Of the seven commuter lots, howev- 
er, two are usually only 35 percent capac- 
ity. "Students either don't know about 
them," says Pace "or they don't want to 
go that far." The other five lots, especially 



Mapi Lopez juggles her books after parking her 
car in the library commuter lot (opposite). 

Of the seven commuter lots, the library commuter 
lot is the most popular (top). 

Commuter students trudge across the library 
lawn to eight o'clock classes (bottom). 



STUDENT LIFE — 101 



the lot behind the library, are constantly 
overflowing. According to Link, "We give 
a lot of tickets." 

Once a student is on-campus a third 
difficulty arises, what to do during with 
one to three hour breaks between classes 
. . . with no where to go. According to 
Pace, most commuting students live with- 
in five miles, but for those who don't, the 
library and the Union become havens for 
commuters. The library supplies the obvi- 
ous entertainment of homework. The 
Union supplies a different type of enter- 
tainment. The loggia video, the 7th floor 
television room, Edgar's after 2 p.m., and 
the skylight lounge are all popular spots 
for commuters. 

A fourth problem or disadvantage com- 
muters often have is a lack of an on- 
campus social life. Freshmen who remain 
at home often have trouble getting in- 
volved in campus activities. The Union 
sponsors short courses and movies to 
draw off-campus students. Other campus 
organizations sponsor plays, speakers, 
choruses, orchestras, and dances for off- 
campus as well as on-campus students. 

The exchange of off-campus comfort 
for on-campus convenience results in the 
fairly even division of students. Traffic, 
parking, time and social life are all sacri- 
fices commuter students make for the 
comfort of an apartment or house. 

By Susan Ellington 







Student traffic officers direct cars during the 
campus rush hours of 8am, 12am and 4:30pm (op- 
posite top). 

The Skylight Lounge, located off the Union game 
room provides a comfortable place for commuters 
to rest in between classes (opposite bottom). 

There are 1,800 to 2, 000 commuter parking spaces 
around for the over 4,000 commuting students 
(top). 

Gerry Mahafee, a senior commuter student, ma- 
neuvers through East Campus on his bike (left). 



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J ran Woodard 

Miss Magnolia 



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Sarah Day 

Miss ClemsoH 



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Allison Mowell 

Miss Homecoming 



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Anne Zumsteg 

Miss Zaps 



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The 1982 Miss Clemson Pageant 



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On Thursday, February eleventh, thirty- 
two lovely girls represented a variety of 
Clemson organizations in the 1982 Miss 
Clemson Pageant. Out of the ten finalists 
selected, Sarah Day was crowned the 
new Miss Clemson. Sarah, representing 
Central Spirit, is a Senior from Greenville, 
South Carolina. The other nine finalists 
include: Tish Fain (first runner-up), Margo 
Wood (second runner-up), Lucille Stud- 
ley, Pat Hook, Beth Cousins, Dawn 
Tucker, Sherry Thrift, Roseanne Hughes, 
and Frenise Leurant. 

The contestants were interviewed at 
different times before the pageant by the 
judges, Mrs. Catherine English, Mrs. He- 
len Merrit, and Mr. R. Charles Eldridge Jr. 
The girls were judged on their formal and 
casual dress during the competition. 

The remodeling of Tillman Hall was 
completed in time for the pageant and 
received much praise for the new ar- 
rangement. One contestant, Lucile Stud- 
ley commented, "The new dressing 
rooms were really nice. They were conve- 
niently placed and not far from back- 
stage." In addition to new dressing rooms 
the renovations to Tillman's Auditorium 
included a new lighting system and a rear- 
rangement of the seating which allowed 
for a better view of the stage. All of which 
added to the spectators enjoyment of this 
year's pageant. 

The Mortar Board, an honor society for 
seniors, sponsored the pageant, and 
Lindsay Gibson served as this year's pag- 
eant chairman. 

by Sally Plyler 

Sarah Day, Miss Clemson of 1982. beams with joy 
alter receiving her title (opposite bottom). 

These are the ten beautiful finalists in the Miss 
Clemson Pageant. This year's pageant was held in 
the newly rennovated Tillman Auditorium (top). 

On the night of February 1 1th. Sarah Day was 
crowned Beverly Glenn gave up the crown to Miss 
Day in place of Kelly Evens, last year's winner, who 
couldn 7 be present (left). 



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1981-82 school year, like any year, was 
a continuous stream of historic events. 
Some were tragic, others were trium- 
phant. All of them together form the his- 
toric collage which is the human condi- 
tion. 

Ronald Reagan's inauguration early in 
the year represented a new direction in 
American government. With this change 
came the old issues of increasing the de- 



gree of federalism practiced between 
state and national government. Reagan 
promised budget cuts in his campaign, 
and immediately began carrying out his 
promises when he took office. 

At this same time, half-way across the 
world, the long awaited release of 52 
American hostages in Iran was becoming 
a reality. It was almost as if America was 
starting the new year afresh. 



A shocking trend developed in the 
news during the past twelve months. Vio- 
lence became increasingly directed to- 
wards world leaders. On March 30, Presi- 
dent Reagan was severely wounded by a 
gunman. The would-be assassin, John 
Hinckley, also wounded Press Secretary 
James Brady and a policeman. No one 
realized that this was only a foreshadow- 
ing of the violence which would be direct- 



114 — STUDENT LIFE 




Ron Clark in hat, and Ben Abruzzo, right, smile 
triumphantly during their rescue in northern Califor- 
nia. Along with Maxie Anderson and Hiroaki Aoki, 
they made the first successful trans-Pacific flight in a 
balloon (opposite top). 

Baseball fans protest baseball strike. To many the 
strike not only made summer intolerably boring but 
was an attack on mothers and apple pie as well 
(opposite left). 

Air traffic controllers around the country also 
went on strike. Unfortunately their plight went unno- 
ticed due to the free agent issue (opposite right). 

International tensions mounted when a Soviet 
submarine was grounded in restricted waters off 
Sweden (right). 

The spaceship Columbia opened a new era in 
space exploration. Its flight marked the first suc- 
cessful mission by a reusable craft (below). 




photos by Wide World Photos. Inc 



ed against world leaders. On May 13, 
Pope Jean Paul II was wounded in Rome 
by a gunman while riding in a motorcade. 
Fortunately, his recovery was rapid, and 
he was soon making all of his usual trips 
and appearances. However, Egypt's 
President Anwar Sadat was not so lucky. 
Less than six months after the attempt on 
the Pope's life, Sadat was assassinated 
by members of his own army at a military 



parade. 

Disasters were relatively few. One of 
the most tragic took place at the Hyatt 
Regency Hotel in Kansas City. During a 
dance party a concrete walkway col- 
lapsed. Within seconds, what had once 
been a scene of fun and laughter became 
a pile of twisted wreckage. The final toll 
was 1 13 dead. A natural disaster was the 
eruption of Mt. Saint Helens in Washing- 



ton. Although scientists had a field day, 
many lives were lost. 

News stories on the homefront included 
renewed legislative battles over the Equal 
Rights Amendment. Although the dead- 
line for ratification was extended the 
amendment was still several states short 
of ratification. The fulfillment of Reagan's 
campaign promise by appointing Sandra 
Day O'Connor to the Supreme Court 



STUDENT LIFE — 115 



England's Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spen- 
cer smile shortly after their wedding in St. Paul's 
Cathedral (opposite right). 

Aftermath of the collapse of a concrete causeway 
in the Kansas City Hyatt Regency (right). 

A man in an army uniform fires into the reviewing 
stand where Anwar Sadat was standing. President 
Sadat and five other were killed in the attack (be- 
low). 

Sequence of photos showing President Ronald 
Reagan being shot outside a hotel in Washington 
(below right). 

Circle in photo pinpoints gun used during the as- 
sassination attempt on Pope John Paul II (bottom 
left). 




seemed a gesture on behalf of the ERA. 
Nevertheless, the women of this country 
may have to continue to wait for a consti- 
tutional guarantee of their equality. 

International relations were strained in 
all corners of the globe. The crisis in Po- 
land continued. Poland's labor union Soli- 
darity became continually in conflict with 
the communist government, to the point 



that martial law was declared and Lech 
Walesa was placed under house arrest. 
The spectre of an East-West conflict 
seemed that much more possible. 

The news wasn't all disheartening, how- 
ever. There were many incidents of hu- 
man triumph and technical achievement. 

Unequaled events shaped the direction 
of space exploration and utilization for 



years to come. The spaceship Columbia 
made two test flights, each of which end- 
ed in perfect three-point landings. It was a 
technological accomplishment to be 
proud of. 

The Voyager II, an unmanned space- 
craft, intercepted Saturn and sent back 
the best pictures to date of that planet. 
Space continued to show itself as a prov- 



116 — STUDENT LIFE 




ing ground for man's ingenuity and curi- 
osity. 

The familiar names of Maxie Anderson 
and Ben Abruzzo again cropped up dur- 
ing another bid for the record books. An- 
derson and Abruzzo, both veterans of a 
trans-Atlantic balloon crossing, were 
back to try to do the same across the 
Pacific Ocean. Other members of the 



crew were Ron Clark and Hiroaki Aoki. 
They took off in Japan and three days 
later landed in northern California. The 
first trans-Pacific crossing in a balloon is 
now a memory, but it leaves a lasting 
respect and awe for the human spirit and 
what it can accomplish. 

In England, Louise Brown, the first test 
tube baby, was born. The world of Sci- 



ence and Louise's thrilled parents will re- 
member the event for a long time. 
Through all of the disasters and conflicts, 
events such as this give hope to human- 
ity. 

By Kurt Glcichauf 



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Contents 



Mechanical Engineering 201 122 

Professors Who Write Textbooks 124 

Poultry Science 128 

Architecture Students in Italy 130 

Master Teacher 1 34 1 

Nursing Center 1 36 x&( 

Inadequate Library 138 ge = 

Computer Abuse 142 3q 

Engineering Services 144 

Dormitories 1 46 

Architecture Projects 1 50 

Curriculum Changes 1 52 

Science Day 1 54 

Council On Aging 1 56 

Education Seminars 1 58 

South Carolina Room 162 

Godfrey Revovation 164 

Forestry Summer School 166 m» 

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Study Habits 168 

Satisfies 172 

Bookstore Prices 1 74 

Strom Thrurmond Center 176 

Commerce and Industry 1 78 

Getting Into Clemson 180 

Liberal Arts 1 82 

Tillman Renovation Completed 184 




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Creative Engineering Taught 



Beanstalk climbers, frisbee throwers, 
penny scoopers, treasure carriers, sub- 
marine retrievers . . . the art of mechani- 
cal engingeer. Not quite, but everyone 
must start somewhere, and for ME stu- 
dents that's ME 201. 

ME 201 is an 'innovative design' class, 
which centers around an 'innovative' pro- 
ject. "The purpose," according to Ray 
Bradbury, an alumni professor of me- 
chanical engineering and instructor of the 
course, "is to allow the student to apply 
his knowledge of science to the solution 
of a problem." 

The projects can be made of anything, 
with a few restrictions. One of these is the 
use of rubber bands for power and the 
number of rubber bands that can be 
used. 

Last fall ME 201 students had to build a 
one-horse power motor that operated on 



the Joule process. This principle is that 
rubber bands will contract when heated. 
The models built by students used heat 
sources varying from hot and cold water 
to sunlamps. 

Some of the previous projects had used 
rubberbands in other ways. A few years 
ago, students had to build a mechanism 
that would scoop up pennies randomly 
scattered in a five-foot circle using only 6 
rubberbands. 

Another project assigned was a sub- 
marine retrieval vehicle. The submarine 
had to dive underwater, retrieve 'treasure' 
and resurface. The student whose sub- 
marine brought up the most 'treasure' 
won. 

Jack and the Beanstalk, the spring 
1980 project, required the students to 
build a device that would climb a rope 
and collect beans off a platform and then 



come back down. 

The most recent ME 201 project called 
"Raiders of the Lost Arch," has a cart 
that tries to go down a 6 foot incline, 
around a curve, through a twist, collect 
treasure and then return. 

After ME 201 comes ME 202, the sec- 
ond sophomore design course. In ME 202 
the students are given a little more free- 
dom. They are allowed to work on just 
about anything, with the instructor's ap- 
proval. 

Bradbury feels that students at the 
sophomore level do not have precon- 
ceived ideas of what does and does not 
work, so these projects are good learning 
experiences. Learning by trial and error 
not only works as a teaching aid, but may 
enable the student to find a new solution 
or a new way of looking at a problem. 

By Betsy Smith and Susan Ellington 



122 — ACADEMICS 




Jackie Garren, a sophomore, demonstrates her 
ME 20 1 project. The device demonstrates the Joule 
effect by using hot and cold water to contract rub- 
ber bands (top right). 

Jeff Shelton (left) and Scott Wilson (right) work 
with their 20 1 project. Their device used a sunlamp 
to heat rubber bands and cause them to contract 
and turn the wheels (opposite). 

Bob Morris, an ME 202 student, works on a card- 
board model of a device for hitting a bass drum 
(bottom). 



All Photos by Richard Baldwin 




123 



Gunter Wiedemann 



Textbooks By The Teacher 



Clemson University stands out above 
other academic institutions in a variety of 
fields. Everyone knows about the out- 
standing athletic program, and many 
Clemson graduates have reached high 
levels of prominence in their fields. Re- 
search carried on here at the main cam- 
pus and at the several branches has been 
of benefit to the entire world in many 
ways. 

Behind this extensive research is an ex- 
cellent faculty and staff. Clemson boasts 
a faculty well-versed in their respective 
fields; and, as mentioned, many are also 
involved in research. Probably the most 
interesting facet of several faculty mem- 



bers careers is that they have written 
books which are being used as textbooks 
here at Clemson. 

"Writing a book is the ultimate in that 
endeaver to reach a bigger audience with 
information," says Dr. Nelson R. Bauld, 
Jr. Dr. Bauld is a professor of mechanical 
engineering who has just had his first 
book, Mechanics of Materials, published. 
Dr. Bauld felt the reviews were very good 
and said that his editor was pleased. 
When the book becomes available, a 
committee of teachers will meet to dis- 
cuss using it as a textbook. Stating that 
he had always enjoyed writing and really 
had an enthusiasm for university level 



teaching, Dr. Bauld said the main reason 
he wrote the book was simply, "I've al- 
ways wanted to write one in my field." 
And after 25 years of teaching, he defi- 
nitely feels he is qualified. When asked 
about advice for others contemplating 
writing a book, he listed four ingredients 
that must exist simultaneously within the 
person: "He must have the desire to do it, 
the opportunity to do it, the experience of 
the subject, and the resolve to get the job 
done." 

Two other faculty members who have 
had the desire, opportunity, experience, 
and resolve are Anthony C. Conner and 
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124 — ACADEMICS 




computer science. After endless search- 
ing, with poor results, for a textbook to 
use with a computer course, they both 
came to the same conclusion. They would 
write the book themselves. According to 
Dr. Sellers, the book is "a product of frus- 
tration." The three reasons for writing a 
book, according to him, are profit, re- 
search, and need. The latter was the rea- 
son these two got together for this book. 
The book isn't finished yet, but at this 
stage the only plans for use are as a text- 
book here. "The publisher will decide 
about the rest of the market," says Sell- 
ers. When asked about advice to others 
who are writing books he said a major 
factor was time for writing. Sellers ex- 
plained that he and Conners wanted to 
use as little of the university's time as 
possible. 

These are just three examples of the 
faculty authors at Clemson. Students 
benefit from faculty with experience in 
teaching and research. Professors who 
write give students the extra assurance of 
knowing the instructors understand their 
subjects and are willing to communicate 
their knowledge. 

By Edwin Allen 



The assortment of textbooks available by universi- 
ty professors matches the assortment of different 
majors available at the university (opposite). 

The Bookstore stocks a lot of textbooks by pro- 
fessors throughout the university. This student ex- 
amines a shelful of books, some by Clemson profes- 
sors (left). 



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126 — ACADEMICS 




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Dr. Harold Sellers (right) and Dr. Anthony Conner 
(left) discuss the book they are co-authoring, the 
book is to be used in computer science classes 
(opposite). 

Dr. Donald McKale talks with students following 
his lecture "Did Hitler really die in 1947?" MaKale is 
the author of several books on Hitler, one of which is 
entitled Hitler, The Survival Myth. (top). 

Dr. Nelson Bauld, a professor of mechanical engi- 
neering has just completed his first book. Mechan- 
ics of Materials (left). 



Bill Spitzer 



ACADEMICS — 127 




College's Choice 



Peelability Of Eggs 
Researched To 
Improve Market Value 



Despite the opinion of most students, 
Clemson University professors do more 
than make up hard tests. Many long 
hours are spent in labs doing research 
that most students never hear about. The 
research is mostly for commercial or in- 
dustrial concerns, but the average con- 
sumer (even the average student) almost 
always benefits. An example of this type 
of research is in the poultry lab in New- 
man Hall. 

Kirk Hale, who received his Ph.D. in 
food science from Purdue University and 
came to Clemson from the University of 
Georgia, is presently working on a special 
project with eggs. Due mostly to the avail- 
ability, nutrient content, and relatively low 
price, the egg has once again become a 
mainstay of the American diet. 

Hale is specifically working on improv- 
ing flavor, texture, shelf-life and especially 
peelability of pre-cooked eggs. Pre- 
cooked, peeled eggs have made a big 
impact on the restaurant business; one of 
the main ingredients of all salad bars now 
is sliced or grated eggs. However featur- 
ing these eggs in a salad bar, for instance, 
presents some problems. This is where 
Hale and his research on pre-cooked, 
peeled eggs come in. 



According to Hale, "This product has 
the potential to open a number of mar- 
kets for the egg industry so we're trying to 
work out the problems, especially peel- 
ability." 

The reason for the difficulty in peelabi- 
lity is basically carbon dioxide. Hale 
states that "The carbon dioxide content 
in fresh eggs concentrates near the shell 
during cooking, preventing the outer lay- 
ers from completely solidifying. Soft albu- 
men (outer layer) clings to the shell, mak- 
ing peeling more difficult." It's much ea- 
sier to peel a seven-to ten-day-old egg 
than a fresh egg, because, he says, that's 
the time it takes for the naturally-occuring 
carbon dioxide in the albumen to dissi- 
pate. 

Cooking methods may also be a direct 
cause of peeling difficulty. The usual 
household method of cooking eggs is to 
start them in tap water and bring the eggs 
to a boil. Hale claims this may be the 
worst possible way to do it. 

"Starting with warm water, about 190 
degrees Fahrenheit, and cooling the eggs 
in ice water after about 15 or 20 minutes 
of boiling makes eggs much easier to 
peel. The only problem with this method 
is that it tends to produce more cracked 



shells." 

Hale says that for commercial pre- 
cooked egg production, steam cooking, 
similar to that done on some home appli- 
ances, seems to be the most promising. 
He says this method increases peelability 
without risking cracked shells. 

Along with the search for a more peela- 
ble egg product, Hale is also currently 
"concentrating on the best way to store 
eggs to keep the yolk from becoming off- 
center, as it does if eggs are stored in one 
position for several days." 

Hale's work with positioning, along with 
his work on egg peelability is just a small 
example of research constantly going on 
at Clemson. For now, this research may 
go relatively unnoticed, but Hale's finding 
will definitely have a direct impact on so- 
ciety. As is the case with research done at 
Clemson, it's an important step toward 
the future. 

by Edwin Allen 



// takes a lot of eggs to experiment in peelability 
These are waiting to be tested in Dr. Hale's labra- 
tory. 




Dr. Hale peels an egg in preparation to take a 
sample from it. Hale's work with eggs involves im- 
proving flavor, texture, shelf-life, and peelability. 

Texture is an important factor in the taste of the 
egg Here Hale squeezes an egg for determining its 
elasticity 




all photos by Mike Murray 



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Graduate Students Travel To Genoa 



The thought of European travel for 
study or pleasure is an exciting prospect 
for anyone. The chance to actually go 
abroad is one offered to a minimal few. 
Today, however, graduate architecture 
students from Clemson are semesterly 
traveling to the ancient port city of 
Genoa, Italy. There they find a small facet 
of Clemson University at the College of 
Architecture's Center for Building Re- 
search and Urban Studies. 

The center was set up in order to give 
graduate students a chance to study, 
travel, and research abroad. It introduces 
them to an entirely different lifestyle than 
that found in the Clemson community. 

According to Harlan McClure, dean of 



the College of Architecture, "First we 
wanted our center to be in a major port. 
Since Clemson is an inland college town, 
it seemed important that the students 
have a major experience in something 
that was quite the opposite. In other 
words, instead of a fairly recent small col- 
lege town the opposite end of the scale 
would be an ancient congested port 
city." 

Neither of those reasons would be 
good enough reason to have the center in 
Genoa if there were not some pieces of 
significant architecture. These are, per- 
haps not as well known as those in Rome 
and Venice, but as McClure points out 
Genoa is novel in that "It's a city that is 



very bustling in an industrial and commer- 
cial sense. It's not a city that's a museum, 
that lives on its past." 

The center was created and is owned 
by the Clemson Architectural Foundation. 
Since its opening eight years ago, the 
center has had about 230 students visit. 
Students are generally in their fifth year of 
study (their first year as a graduate stu- 
dent.) 

It provides living and dining quarters for 



An ancient stone road leads up towards the center 
on the hilltop. The villa is situated in a quiet spot 
above Genoa (bottom). 



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The patio of the villa proves to be a comfortable 
place for these four 1980 graduate students to relax 
after a hard day (top). 

The sun-room of the villa is well-used by students 
to work on forthcoming projects (bottom left). 

The ancient architecture of Genoa proves to be 
an excellent training ground for the perfecting of 
design schools (bottom right). 




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ACADEMICS — 131 




Student Travel 

up to 24 students, although about 18 is 
considered ideal. In addition the center 
contains studios, lecture rooms, lounges, 
and reception areas. 

Other schools from the United States 
have architectural schools in Italy. For ex- 
ample, the Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, the Rhode Island School of 
Design and Temple University all have 
centers in Rome. "Most of these pro- 
grams do not provide the living facilities, 
ours does." said McClure. "I think it's the 
best foreign program of any architectural 
school in the United States." 

Graduate students remain at the center 
for one semester. There they take classes 
and receive credits as if they were at 
Clemson. Classes are offered in ad- 
vanced design study, graduate design re- 



search, and planning research. 

Courses relate to problems and pro- 
jects in the various centers of Genoa. For 
example, one project was the redesign of 
the harbor and port facilities. This was 
done by the fall and spring groups of 
1979. Another project was the redesign 
of an oratorio in the piedmont of Italy. 

Although most of the designs worked 
on never become reality, McClure still 
feels the projects serve a purpose. "What 
we get the students involved in is real 
problems, and it stimulates the kind of 
interest in those problems that may gen- 
erate ideas and cause things to happen." 

This was proved true when the suggest- 
ed oratorio project was taken up. "That I 
believe," said McClure "was stimulated 
by the student project." 

Much of the design work done in Genoa 
involves the problem of adaption of exist- 



pholos by Architecture Department 

ing buildings to new purposes. According 
to McClure, "No country in the world is 
wealthy enough now just to disgard old 
buildings. It's not a good idea to do so, 
even if you can afford it." The preserva- 
tion of ancient buildings and their adapta- 
tion to new uses is a valuable exercise 
and Italy provides a unique and practical 
field for study of this type of renovation. 
"Italian architects are sensitive, at least 
the good ones, to the adaptiveness of old 
buildings," said McClure, "after all they 
live in an environment that's 3,000 years 
old." He added that "We tend to think of 
something as pretty ancient in this coun- 
try if it happens to be 200 years old. 
There, that's like yesterday." 

by Susan Ellington 

The three level villa, which the architectual center 
is based in, is situated on a hill overlooking the 
bustling city of Genoa (top). 



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The villa's interior beauty is found throughout the 
building Hallway's are even gracefully designed 
with marble floors and high arches (top left). 

The center is developing a small working library for 
students in Genoa. Books on travel, language, and 
of course, architecture are available (top right). 

Mike Watson works on a design in the studio of 
the overseas center while Joe Nazzaco and other 
grad students study a contact sheet (bottom). 





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Students Honor Professor 







After weeks of nominations, research, 
voting, more research and more voting 
the decision was finally in. With a tap on 
the shoulder from President Bill L. Atch- 
ley, William G. Hudson was chosen 1981 
Master teacher. 

Hudson, a professor of Mechanical En- 
gineering, is from nearby Westminister. A 
1946 graduate of Clemson, he has been 
teaching here for 33 years, and doesn't 
plan to retire any time soon. 

Hudson has had one two-year break 
from Clemson since his graduation. This 
came while he worked on a second mas- 
ter's degree at the University of Michigan. 

Hudson received a plaque commemo- 
rating his selection as Master teacher 
along with a $1,500 check at the 1981 
spring graduation. 

"This is really special," said Hudson, 
"being from students and from the univer- 
sity." 

Hudson has watched as the mechani- 
cal engineering department has swelled 
from a meager 250 students 5 or 6 years 
ago to approximately 700 today, one of 
the largest on campus. "It's a lot tougher 
today," said Hudson of the department. 

Hudson also works extensively with 
other areas of engineering. He is involved 
with the National Council of Engineering 
Examiners. The NCEE is responsible for 
giving the Engineering-In-Training Exam. 
Hudson reviews some 6,000 problems a 
year, along with scoring examinations. 

Hudson teaches mostly undergraduate 
courses. They have included thermody- 
namics, heat transfer, heating and air- 
conditioning, systems analysis, engineer- 
ing concepts, ME design and labs. 

The selection of Hudson as the Master 
Teacher came after long, exhausting re- 
search, according to Jeff McNeill, the Stu- 
dent Alumni Council's advisor. 

A recipient must have been at Clemson 
for 3 years and teach a 60 percent under- 
graduate course load. After nomination 
by students, a narrowed-down group of 
ten is researched. Research includes 
studying biographical information, inter- 
viewing colleagues and students, observ- 
ing and even finding out hobbies. This 
group is narrowed to five finalists, and 
finally to the the recipient. 

A bare minimum of people are notified 
of the final selection. The Master Teacher 
discovers the selection when he or she is 
tapped on the shoulder to sit on the podi- 
um during spring graduation. 

by Susan Ellington 




134 — ACADEMICS 





Clemson's master teacher Bill Hudson is shown 
in front of the dynamometer located in the ME. 
teaching lab in Freeman Hall (far left). 

Grading professional engineering exams for the 
NCEE (National Council of Engineering Examiners) 
is only part of Bill Hudson 's responsibilities (top). 

Fiddling with a turbine blade. Bill Hudson prepares 
for a lecture on Thermodynamics in ME. 311 (bot- 
tom). 

all photos by Speed Bouknight 




ACADEMICS 



135 




College's Choice 



College Of Nursing 

Opens Center To 
Promote Health Care 



The College of Nursing has a new pro- 
gram in operation this year—the nursing 
center. This center will be beneficial, not 
only to the nursing students involved with 
it, but to the community as well. 

The purpose of the nursing center is to 
provide the nursing students with a practi- 
cal education. This is accomplished in 
part by the health services the center of- 
fers to the community. These services in- 
clude group programs, seminars, and 
health screenings. 

Group programs are being developed 
to bring people with common problems 
together. Discussing problems with oth- 
ers who understand is a major technique 
in counseling. 

Seminars try to educate by increasing 
the community's awareness of health 
problems. These seminars, on such sub- 



jects as hypertension, diabetes, and 
stress are the first step to prevention of 
disease. 

Health screenings are also an integral 
part of an effective approach to health 
care. These screenings are not diagnos- 
tic, but merely separate those with no 
problems from those with potential prob- 
lems. 

The nursing center is located on the 
first floor of the nursing building. It con- 
sists of research labs, a television center, 
an audio-visual learning center, seminar 
rooms, and several observation areas. 

The nursing students, working under 
the observation of instructors, will learn to 
work with others in a professional envi- 
ronment. It is hoped that the nursing cen- 
ter can be encorporated into the nursing 
curriculum by spring 1982. This would 



give more of the nursing students the 
benefit of the program. 

Nursing has changed a lot in the past 
years and it will continue to change. The 
requirements for admission to the nursing 
program have grown stricter and the 
courses have become more challenging. 
The College of Nursing no longer has the 
two year program and consists of four 
years of study for the degree. Clemson 
University's nursing program will continue 
to expand and develop meeting the 
needs of today and tommorrow. 

by Betsy Smith 



Regina Thompson, Claire Julio. Deborah Moore, 
and Julia Higgins discuss plans for conferences to 
be held in the nursing center. 




all photos by Gunter Wiedemann 



136 — ACADEMICS 






Assistant professors of nursing Julia Higgins and 
Meredith Nicholson take Martha Hamlet's blood 
pressure as part of a pre-natal care program (top). 

Martha Hamlet practices bathing a toy baby in 
anticipation of the real thing. Seminars on post-natal 
care are being offered (left). 

Dr. Arline Durall shows John Galliard information 
attainable at the Nursing Center. Pamplets are avail- 
able in subjects such as hypertension, diabetes, and 
stress (above). 



ACADEMICS 



137 



Library Short Of Standards 



The Robert Muldrow Cooper Library is 
one of the most beautiful spots on cam- 
pus, as evidenced by the number of pho- 
tos taken of it as it shines in the reflection 
pool. Unfortunately, its beauty is not 
matched by its contents. 

The library is deficient in the number of 
books and in other resources such as mi- 
crofilm, binding, materials and size of the 
staff. 

According to the latest self-study re- 
port, which is conducted every ten years 
as part of the accreditation process, "the 
Library Self-Study Committee concluded 
that there is an urgent need for improve- 
ment in the areas of expenditures, staff 
and resources within the next five years. 
The improvement is necessary so that the 
library will be able to meet the demands 
placed on it by the university's research 
and instructional programs." 

This study runs parallel to a compari- 
son of standards done by the Association 
of College and Research Libraries (ARL), 
a national organization to which Clemson 
belongs. 

This study found Clemson not to be 
even in the top 100 of university libraries. 
Harvard was named as having the top 
library with California at Berkely and Yale 
immediately following. The University of 
North Carolina was 15th, Georgia was 
29th, Virginia Polytechnic was 40th, and 
the University of South Carolina was 55th. 

The self-study report showed that 
Clemson, in the comparison of holdings, 
did not meet the minimum of 1,200,000 
volumes required by the ARL. Clemson 
ranks number 9 in a comparison done 
with other land-grant universities. 

The collection is considered adequate 
in science, engineering, and agriculture. 
However, in the field of biological sci- 
ences, according to the study, "there are 
noticeable weaknesses in research mate- 
rial." The periodical holdings in business 
and nursing are also considered to be 
weak. 

The staff of the Cooper Library is also 
considered to be inadequate by ARL 
standards. The library employed only 19 

The beauty of the Robert Muldrow Cooper Library 
is diminished by the lack of resources within. The 
Association of Research Libraries found the Cooper 
Library not to be suffcient for the university's needs 
(right) 



Comparison Of Library Holdings 


University Number of Holdings 


University of Florida 


2,079,000 


University of Georgia 


1,893,000 


Louisana State University 


1,760,000 


University of Kentucky 


1,634,000 


University of Tennessee 


1,436,000 


Virginia Polytechnic Institute 


1,285,000 


Auburn University 


1,042,000 


North Carolina State University 


890,000 


CLEMSON 


762,000 


Mississippi State University 


622,000 







Percentage Of University 

Population 

Who Believe The Library Is 

Adequate 

F* G.S.+ U.S. $ 



Strongly Agree 


15 


12 


33 


Agree 


61 


60 


56 


Strongly Disagree 


23 


28 


6 


Not Applicable 


1 





4 



* = Faculty 

+ = Graduate Students 

| = Undergraduates Students 




Richard Baldwin 



138 — ACADEMICS 




ACADEMICS — 139 



Library 



professional librarians at the time the 
study was done. This caused the library to 
receive a 'D' grading on staff size, since 
they recommend at least 30 professional 
librarians. 

The shortage of staff is worsened by 
the fact that the library is opened more 
hours per week than most. The University 
of Florida is the only southeastern school 
open longer, and it has three times the 
staff of Clemson. 

According to Richard W. Meyer, the 
library's associate director, "We need to 
make the university, outside sources, and 
the state legislature aware that we are far 
short of standards." 

The university's reaction to this prob- 
lem has been to incorporate the library in 
the list of needs to which money donated 
during the $60 million fund-raising cam- 
paign, scheduled to begin in the fall of 
1982, hopes to achieve by the universi- 
ty's centennial year, 1989. 

The Clemson Foundation is coordinat- 
ing the fund-raising campaign. The orga- 
nization has placed library and lab acqui- 
sitions as the highest priority of the uni- 
versity's list of "current needs," accord- 
ing to spokesman, Jim Strom. 

Another reaction to the shortage of 
holdings and staff was the addition of an 
electronic security system. This system, 
added in the fall of 1981, was purchased 
by Blue Key, a honor fraternity. 

The new system works through an elec- 
tronic screening device which detects li- 
brary materials not properly checked out. 

The $15,000 it cost to purchase the 
equipment was raised through Tigerama 
funds. The money usually goes toward a 
scholarship, but because of an increase in 
funds the event raised more money than 
the scholarship could absorb. 

The electronic system should pay for 
itself within the first year by reducing the 
loss of books and reducing personel that 
would usually be required to check peo- 
ple as they left the library. 

by Sha Sifford and Susan Ellington 

North Carolina State University's D.H, Hill Library 
was found to be deficient in a comparison with other 
land grant schools (right). 




140 



ACADEMICS 



Virginia Polytechnical Institute's Newman Li- 
brary was rated 40th in the ARL comparison VPI is 
considered to be the most comparable school to 
Clemson in the southeast (top left). 

Georgia Tech's library was not found to be in the 
top 100 university libraries in the country (top right). 




The University of South Carolina's 

was rated 55 by ARL standards. The ARL compares 

holdings, expenditures, and staff size (bottom). 






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ACADEMICS — 141 



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As a resource with incredible potential 
Clemson's computer is terribly suscept- 
ible to abuse. In an effort to provide the 
most in academic experience, Clemson 
maintains a policy of allowing students 
unparalleled access to computer hard- 
ware. It is this very policy that has created 
concern over the sovereignty of the com- 
puter system. 

The administration outlines what it 
deems misuse of the school's computer in 
a form which must be read and signed by 
anyone wishing an ID number giving them 
use of the computer. In it, misuse is de- 
fined as using "... Computer Center ac- 
count numbers, TSO (time shared opera- 
tion) user ID'S, permanent data sets, or 
tapes for computing activities other than 
those specified in writing ..." Although 
ambiguous to the average student, it 
means that any work run on the computer 
that isn't classroom related is abusing the 
computer. Abuse may be further defined 
by breaking it down into two categories, 
vandalism and time theft. 

Stories abound as to the types of 
abuses performed. They run from the 
playing of video games, like "Star-Trek" 
or "Duchess," to making printouts of cal- 
enders and nude centerfolds. These liber- 
ties have sometimes given way to mali- 
cious vandalism. There have been inci- 
dents of supposedly inaccesable records 
being tampered with. Any type of wrong 
doing, whether malicious or not is a strain 
to a system already burdened almost to 
capacity. 

The amount of information which must 
be processed at an institution enrolling 
over 11,000 students is staggering in it- 
self. But Clemson's system is also used 
by many other concerns, including 
Lander College and state agencies like 
the Department of Social Services in Co- 
lumbia. 

To cope with this responsibility de- 
mon's system is comprised mainly of an 
IBM 370/3033 computer capable of stor- 
ing 12 million bytes of information. 

The present systems information ca- 
pacity has almost been reached. The sys- 
tem sorely needs upgrading to be able to 
provide efficient maximal service. Up- 
grading would simply mean replacing the 
existing system completely. Richard Nel- 
son, manager of academic computer sup- 
port, expressed confidence that, "the 
current administration realizes the bene- 

Although she may not grace many dorm room 
walls this cover girl gives an indication of the cre- 
ative printouts possible (left). 



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fits of a top-rate computer facility," and 
felt that they will proceed in that direction. 
An added impetus is that computer sci- 
ences is the fastest growing major on 
campus. Enrollment has jumped 50 per- 
cent over last year alone. 

Since Clemson's computer services a 
large area surrounding Clemson and also 
numerous state agencies it is considered 
a "state resource." Tampering with this 
resource could fall under State or Federal 
statutes, depending on the type of re- 
cords involved. Fortunately, according to 
Dr. Christopher Dukenfield, director of the 
Computer Center, "Clemson's record 
(concerning abuse) is clean compared 
with many schools. He then went on to 
enumerate that abuse of the facility is ac- 
tually "... the students problem." It af- 
fects the efficiency with which the center 
can provide services, including those to 
the students. It is therefore the responsi- 
bility of the students to respect the com- 
puter system. 

by Kurt Gleichauf 

Clemson paraphenalia can be found almost any- 
where on campus. No, this can't be purchased at 
Knickerbocker's, but check with your local comput- 
er science major (top). 



Games such as "Star-Trek" or "Duchess" are two 

of the types of computer abuse the administration is 
concerned about (bottom). 




all photos by Charles Allen 



ACADEMICS — 143 




College's Choice 



Engineering Services 
Provides Source Of 
Aid For Colleges 



Engineering services is that little known 
subsidiary of the College of Engineering 
that provides a resource group of engi- 
neers and technicians to support the 
needs and activities of the entire College 
of Engineering. 

Engineering services is based partially 
in Rhodes Engineering Research Center 
and partially in Freeman Hall. The areas 
of expertise offered by this group include 
metal processing, electronic design, re- 
pair and calibrations of electronic instru- 
ments, and high-speed cinematography. 

Within the area of metal processing are 
included such things as a precision ma- 
chine shop, welding shop, and a small 
foundry. 

The electronic design group is involved 
in the repair and upkeep of the electronic 
instruments (including computers) used 
by the College of Engineering. They are 



also routinely called upon to design com- 
puter interfaces for various projects which 
involve the use of computers in the aquisi- 
tion of data and the regulation of pro- 
cesses in the real world. 

The mechanical group of engineering 
services is involved in the fabrications of 
medical devices which are used in bioen- 
gineering along with other applications. 
This group maintains a complete 
wood and sheet metal shop and has the 
capacity for the fabrication of plastics. 

Although the main purpose of engi- 
neering services is to support engineer- 
ing, according to Ronald Kopczyk, direc- 
tor of engineering services and associate 
professor of engineering technology, his 
organization is also called upon by other 
colleges and even private industry. An ex- 
ample of this was the use of their high 
speed cameras in helping Dunlap develop 



a better golf ball. By subjecting the ball to 
a hit by a mechanical golf club the cam- 
eras sent by engineering services could 
capture the ball in flight every one-one 
thousandth of a second and determine its 
velocity and spin ratio. This service was 
also provided for the entomalogy depart- 
ment to aid in the study of how certain 
insects eat. 

Engineering services is continually 
maintaining the present equipment and 
facilities of the College of Engineering as 
well as continually devising and creating 
new and better ways to do things. 

by David Baxley 



Ed Soay checks a pressure control device which 
was designed and built by engineering services for 
the Chemical Engineering Department (bottom). 




Ronald J. Kopczyk, the director of engineering 
services, works with one of the high-speed cameras 
in the photo lab in Rhodes (top left). 

Charles Bent ley works in the precision machine 
shop within Rhodes Research Center. This area of 
engineering services also includes a welding shop 
and a small foundry (top right). 




ACADEMICS 



From Columned Porches To 

"Tin Cans" 



With the construction of Calhoun 
Courts, another step has been taken to 
meet the ever increasing need for student 
housing at Clemson University. These 
new apartments are a big change, as all 
previous on-campus housing has been 
the typical dorm room. 

Clemson began as a military college. 
The all-male student body was housed in 
large dorms referred to then as Barracks 
One, Two, and Three. These barracks 
looked nothing like the present dorms. 
They were heavy-looking brick buildings, 
usually with three or four floors. Large, 
columned porches dominated the front of 
these buildings, which were located be- 
tween Tillman Hall and the P-Plant. 

The barracks were replaced in 1954 by 
what we all know as Johnstone Hall, ex- 
cluding A-annex and F-annex. The can- 
teen and Harcombe cafeteria were also 
constructed at this time. Johnstone was 
designed as a military dorm, with gun 
racks that are still in the rooms today. The 
wide halls allowed for formations of the 
cadets inside. A problem today with the 
military style of the dorm is storage. The 
cadets had mainly uniforms and books to 
store, and were required to keep personal 
goods to a minimum, so the storage 
space was quite adequate. However, one 
narrow closet, a set of narrow shelves, 
and a small cupboard are hardly enough 
for the average student in Johnstone to- 
day. Another of the major complaints of 
the students living in Johnstone is the 
noise level. The walls are made of tin and 
sounds travel easily from one room to 
another. 

One year after Johnstone was built, 
Clemson ceased being a military school. 
This same year, the dormitories which 
make up the "frat-quad" — Norris, 
Bowen, Bradley, Wannamaker, and Don- 
aldson — were remodeled. Their capacity 
of 700, along with the 1,948 students in 
Johnstone, brought the total of men living 
on campus to 2,648. Then, in 1960, the 
annexes to Johnstone were added, in- 
creasing student capacity to 2,902 — still 
all male. 

Students who have lived in both have 
conflicting opinions. One student who 
moved from Johnstone to a fraternity 
dorm says, "The atmosphere in the fra- 
ternity dorm is better. I know everybody 
who lives over here, and that makes it 
better." A senior who moved from a fra- 
ternity house to Johnstone said, "The at- 



146 — ACADEMICS 



mosphere in Johnstone is geared toward 
individuality as opposed to being pres- 
sured to conform." 

In 1963, two more men's dorms were 
constructed. Benet and Young were built 
to house 144 students each. Referred to 
as the "shoeboxes" because of their low 
rectangular shape, these dorms have nar- 
row halls and walls constructed of con- 



crete block, making them a good deal 
more soundproof than Johnstone. Ac- 
cording to one female student who once 
lived in Johnstone A-section but now lives 
in Young, "Over here, the halls are 
shorter, so you get to know all the people 
you are living with better. It feels more like 
family than living in a motel." 

Another change in Clemson housing 







The "frat quad" dorm's Norris. Bowen. Bradley, 
and Wannamaker were originally built in 1936 to 
house an additional 420 students in Clemsonn 's ex- 
panding military college (left). 

The three high-rises Byrnes. Manning, and Lever 
were built in 1967 and 1968 and provided men's 
housing on the east campus. Prior to this time wom- 
en were housed on east campus and men on west 
campus (right) 




Gunter Wiedemann 



ACADEMICS — 147 



Construction on the new Johnstone complex was 
started in 1955. Although originally intended as a 
temporary structure, it was later converted into a 
permanent housing facility (right). 

This is Johnstone as it exists today. With the addi- 
tion of annexes A and F the complex houses over 
2,200 students (inset). 




This was the former military barracks #3. In 1954 
the barracks were replaced by the Johnstone com- 
plex The photo was taken by White's Studio of New 
York City (top). 

An austere environment greeted the young ca- 
dets when they entered the barracks at the all mill 
tary Clemson College. And students complain about 
Johnstone today (above). 

Modern rooms in the frat dorms sport a homier 
atmosphere than their earlier counterparts (right) 



Gunlet Wiedemann 



148 — ACADEMICS 



From Columned Porches 



also occured in 1963. Mauldin Hall, which 
now houses male athletes, was built. It 
was a drastic change because it was the 
first dorm built for women. It was de- 
signed to house 144 women, but only 65 
beds were used in that first year. Another 
women's dorm, Barnett Hall, was added 
in 1965. It was built next to Mauldin, and 
it's capacity was also 144. In the same 
year Cope, another shoebox for men, was 
completed. A major improvement at this 
time was the addition of air conditioning 
to the women's dorms and the five shoe- 
boxes. It was decided that all future build- 
ing and renovation plans would include air 
conditioning. 



An interesting fact was the "split cam- 
pus." All the women's dorms were on the 
east side of campus, while all the men's 
dorms were located on west campus. 
However, this trend ended in 1967 with 
the completion of the first high-rise dorm. 
Manning Hall was built to house women, 
but not enough female students were at 
Clemson to fill Manning, Mauldin, and 
Barnett. So all the women were moved to 
Manning and men were moved into Maul- 
din and Barnett. In the new highrise, 
rooms on each floor were arranged into 
four suites. The rooms don't have sinks in 
them like Johnstone and the shoe- 
boxes, but they do have more storage 




space. 

From this time on, the changes in hous- 
ing were brought about entirely by an in- 
creased demand for women's housing. 
Since 1968, the number of men living on 
campus has remained relatively constant 
while the number of women on campus 
has rapidly increased. 

Two more high-rises, Byrnes and Lever, 
were built next. Byrnes now houses wom- 
en and Lever houses men, although in the 
first year after completion the occupancy 
was reversed. Then in 1971, Benet, 
Young, and Cope were converted to 
women's dorms. Geer and Sanders were 
also converted to women's dorms the fol- 
lowing year. At the same time, both the 
fraternity dorms and Johnstone were ren- 
ovated, and by 1972 all the permanent 
housing was air conditioned. 

More recent changes include the con- 
version of Johnstone A-section and A- 
annex to women's rooms, while Cope 
was converted back to a men's dorm. 
Rooms in Clemson House have also been 
converted by the university to house 
women students. One co-ed living in 
Clemson House likes living over there 
much better because "I have my own 
kitchen and bathroom, and there's lots 
more room. Also, it's a lot quieter." Clem- 
son students can also be found in almost 
every available apartment from here to 
Seneca. 

This year will also mean the end of the 
prefabs. These units are on the way out 
after originally being brought to Clemson 
as housing for Veterans and their families. 
And now, with the completion of east 
campus apartments, Clemson has moved 
a little closer to meeting the housing 
needs for its students. A need that, ac- 
cording to Manning Lomax, director of 
housing, will continue to grow. Lomax 
states that, "We have a greater variety of 
housing than we once did. Also, the cost 
is known and is constant throughout the 
year, not subject to increases in the mid- 
dle of the year. Transportation costs have 
gone up, too, making it more economical 
to live on campus than to commute." As 
for the future, he concluded by saying 
that there won't be any great jump in the 
demand for on-campus housing, but it will 
continue to rise gradually. With this in- 
crease in demand, housing at Clemson is 
sure to change, grow, and improve even 
more. 

by Edwin Allen 



Charles Hucks 



ACADEMICS 



149 




College's Choice 



Orange Juice And 
Light Bulb Project 
Initiates Students 



The Mission: Dean McClure is trapped 
in his office. He needs light to work by 
and orange juice to survive. 

Your Assignment: Design a protective 
encasement for a light bulb and container 
of orange juice so that they can be cata- 
pulted into his office. This is the only way 
to save him. 

No, this is not a new detective series. 
It's CADS 151. A class which, according 
to the catalogue, introduces students to 
the concepts and principles of architec- 
ture, construction, and visual arts through 
lectures, demonstrations, and studio ex- 
ercises. 

Of course Dean McClure is not really 
trapped in his office. He is merely the 
subject of this year's theme, which is 
"Mission Impossible." The idea of using a 
theme allows students to work with a con- 
temporary story line. Graduate students 
are in charge of writing the program, 
which can vary from Mission Impossible 
to Star Wars. 



The actual "mission" is a contest. It 
entails one student dropping an insulated 
light bulb and a container of orange juice 
from the third floor of Lee Hall. His part- 
ner, another student who helped design 
the package's armor, plays the part of the 
trapped professor. He recovers the light 
bulb, removes it rom its protective cover, 
and tests it to see if it still works. Then he 
drinks the glass of orange juice. 

The whole process is timed, although 
speed is not the only factor in the judging. 
The projects are evaluated on the basis of 
imagination, color, and of course, effec- 
tiveness. 

This is a freshman project, but the 
whole college takes part in it. Robert 
Hunter, professor of History and Visual 
Studies, stated that, "It's a kind of initi- 
ation to the College of Architectural De- 
sign." 

The graduate students, up on the 
fourth floor, provide a running commen- 
tary not only on the projects, but on the 
different tennis shoes worn by the partici- 



pants as well. 

The students are given three week days 
and one weekend to work on their cre- 
ations. The average number of class 
members who succeed in recovering their 
light bulbs unbroken is about 50 percent. 

This was the spring project for the Ar- 
chitecture students. The fall sections de- 
sign 3-dimensional Christmas ornaments. 
These ornaments must have a festive, 
holiday air to them. After being made, the 
ornaments are hung outdoors so that the 
whole university can enjoy them. 

These projects take a different ap- 
proach to learning by using the student's 
imagination while teaching basic Archi- 
tectural principles at the same time. This 
method has proven to be effective as well 
as fun for the students. 

by Betsy Smith 

Dean Trakas has his project looked over by Joe 
Young, a professor of architecture and Laurie Rein- 
hardt. a graduate student, before it is thrown from 
Lee Hall (below). 





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A student rushes to recover his project after it is 
thrown from the third floor of Lee Hall (right). 

An architecture student's light bulb successfully 
burns, as he gulps down his vitamin c (above). 



Andy Smith 



Andy Smith 



ACADEMICS — 151 



Changes Update College Curriculums 



Halfway through your college career 
the curriculum is suddenly changed. You 
now need 6 hours of Western Civilization 
instead of 6 hours of U.S. History. There 
go the electives and here comes another 
semester of school. 

Actually the switch mentioned above is 
only a minor change in a massive rede- 
sign of the College of Education. To dis- 
cover the need for change the college 
researched and studied how well the pro- 
gram fit the needs of the people studying 
and the people they effected. 

Most college programs must meet 
some state standards. The college of edu- 
cation is a recent example at Clemson of 
a college researching and then reorganiz- 
ing its curriculum. 

The first type of research the College of 
Education used in making its change was 
studies of state requirements and how 
well Clemson's program met them. Using 
the "Standards for State Approval of 
Teacher Education," a committee of spe- 
cialists evaluated the curriculum and set 
up recommendations. One of the major 
changes in the education curriculum was 
the number of hours necessary when stu- 
dent teaching. The state required 12 
weeks and Clemson's program only in- 
cluded 10 weeks. Clemson changed to 
meet this standard. Along with this, ad- 
justments were made in some specific 
classes to make them comply with state 
requirements. 

Another type of information used to ex- 
amine curriculum is national test scores. 
These include any type of certification 
test, such as the Engineering In Training 
exam, or in the case of education, the 
National Teachers Exam. According to 
Harold Landrith, Dean of the College of 
Education, the college "sees how well 
students do on the NTE," and then tries 
to see why. Examiners may then compare 
Clemson scores with other schools to see 
where most students need more instruc- 
tion. With this information committees 
may work to correct the curriculum's defi- 
ciencies. 

A third type of research used to plan 
curriculums is surveys. Committees poll 
graduates from different majors to judge 




the success of their curriculums. gradu- 
ates may then indicate which courses, im- 
portant to their current careers, they feel 
were not properly covered. Surveys are 
also done on employers of graduates so 
that they may judge whether they believe 
the Clemson program is offering the 
courses students need to take in order to 
be successful in their fields. 

These types of curriculum changes are 
necessary in all colleges. As new fields 
are opened up, curriculums must be 
changed to keep up with new advance- 
ments. 

Despite the specialization within cur- 
riculums all students, according to William 
Maxwell, the provost and Vice-President 
for Academic Affairs, are required to have 
a general education in English, math and 
science: Math students must still take 
English and English students must still 
take math. 



Richard Baldwin 

Curriculum studies are an on-going pro- 
cess. "New courses are always coming 
on, and old courses coming off," said 
Maxwell. To make an entire change, 
though, it usually takes about a year. 

To get a curriculum changed, the 
course or courses, being adjusted must 
go through a series of steps in the faculty 
of the college, and then through the pro- 
vost and president. For a major alteration 
in the curriculum, such as adding a de- 
partment or major, the change must go 
through the Commission on Higher Edu- 
cation and then the State Department of 
Education. 

By Susan Ellington 



152 — ACADEMICS 



To Change the Curriculum 



Faculty in Department 
Make Recommendation 



Departmental Committee 
(choosen from faculty) 



College Education Curriculum 

Committee (elected members 

from each department) 



Entire Faculty of College 



Undergraduate Curriculum Graduate Curriculum 
Committee Committee 



Counsel of Deans 

I 

Provost 

i 

President 



To Add New Curriculum 



Commission on Higher Education 

I 

State Department of Education 



Dean Harold Landrith, of the College of Educa- 
tion, works on the colleges new curriculum using 
standards set by the state (opposite). 

Bulletin boards around campus boast ads for 
courses available for each semester (below). 



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ACADEMICS — 153 




College's Choice 



Local High Schoolers 
Treated To College Of 
Sciences' Exhibitions 



The college of sciences held its second 
annual Science Day on Wednesday, Oc- 
tober 14. The objective of Science Day 
was to promote the ideas of science for 
area high school students. The Science 
Organizations Council sponsored the 
event. 

In a letter to area high school teachers, 
Henry Vogel, dean of the college of sci- 
ences, said that Science Day is "an op- 
portunity for high school students and 
teachers alike to learn about sciences at 
Clemson." 

The day began at 9 a.m. and continued 
until 2:30 that afternoon. The major sub- 
jects covered were biology, chemistry, 
mathematics and physics. Other related 
fields also included were biochemistry, 
computer science and microbiology. 

The various science clubs set up infor- 
mation booths for viewing and also con- 
ducted tours so that the students could 



view the science areas first hand. The 
programs commenced at 9:30 a.m. and 
were repeated every half hour. 

Dr. Abra Movitch gave a lecture on be- 
half of the Chemistry Club. Also spon- 
sored by the Chemistry Club was a magic 
show given by Dr. James Fanning. The 
Association of Computing Machinery held 
a tour of Martin Remote, the main com- 
puter room in Martin Hall. Printouts of 
tiger paws were available for the visitors. 
The Society of Physics Students conduct- 
ed tours of their department in Jordan 
Hall. The Microbiology Club and Botany 
Club held tours of their respective depart- 
ments in Long Hall. The Math Club held a 
tour of Martin. 

According to a Biochemistry major who 
helped with Science Day, there was a 
very good response this year. Cars and 
buses covered Bowman field, and some 
high school students got up as early as 4 



a.m. in order to make the 9 a.m. registra- 
tion time. 

At 11 a.m., John Stachel, from the In- 
stitute of Advanced Study at Princeton, 
New Jersey, gave a special lecture enti- 
tled "Einstein: The Man Behind the 
Myths." Stachel is an authority in theo- 
retical physics and the philosophy of sci- 
ence. In conjunction with Science Day, 
Stachel also spoke on Thursday at 4 p.m. 
His lecture was entitled "How Einstein 
Came to Special Relativity." In this lec- 
ture, Stachel presented a reconstruction 
of how Einstein may have developed the 
theory of relativity. 

Vogel believes that Science Day was 



Microbiology club member, William Hennett, dis- 
plays a model of a bacteriophage and a collection of 
culture dishes, illustrating different methods for 
characterizing various microbes (bottom). 



J <V* 







"an excellent chance for the students to 
learn more about the potential and excite- 
ment available from a science career." 

by Jennifer Lloyd and Betsy Russell 

High school students watch as Botany club mem- 
bers, Austin Hodge and Ed Swails, show electron 
micrographs of flower reproductive structures and 
slides of various botanical species (top). 

Rich Hill, vice president of the Geology Club, dis- 
cuss the processes of mineralization with an area 
high school teacher (left). 

Each of the nine departments within the college ot 
sciences was represented by demonstration tables 
manned by science club members (above). 



All photos by Bill Spitzer 



ACADEMICS — 155 




I 

Noted Senior Citizens Speak on Aging 



Bill Spitzer 



"Where civil rights was the issue of the 
'60s, and women's rights the issue of the 
'70s, aging seems to be the issue of the 
'80s." — Leonard Greenspoon, profes- 
sor of history and conference coordinator 
of "Perspectives on Aging." 

Maggie Kuhn, Hyman Rubin, and John 
Houseman spoke on this issue at "Per- 
spectives on Aging," a series ot lectures 
held September 13-16, along with other 
related activities. 
Maggie Kuhn 

"Age is a triumph, not a disaster," 
Maggie Kuhn said. Kuhn is the founder of 
the Grey Panthers, an organization dedi- 
cated to promoting a positive attitude to- 
ward aging. 

Kuhn was forced to retire in 1970 at the 
age of 65, since which she has cam- 
paigned against manditory retirement. 
She has written three books and been the 
subject of numerous articles and films. 
Kuhn is listed in the World Almanac as 
one of the 25 most influential women alive 
today. 

Kuhn's philosophy is that life should be 
a stream of experiences — some good, 
some bad, but all exciting. "Anybody 
who has gone through life without getting 



fired has missed a lot," she said. "Grow- 
ing old, like growing up, is very difficult." 

One experience Kuhn has not had is 
Marriage. She said, "When people ask 
me why I haven't gotten married, I just 
say I think I've been very lucky." 
Hyman Rubin 

"Nature has been kind to me, and I 
cooperate," South Carolina state senator 
Hyman Rubin said. "I have a fierce surviv- 
al spirit. I acknowledge that and I'm proud 
of it." 

A native of Norway South Carolina, 
Senator Rubin represents Richland, Fair- 
land, and Chester counties as well as 
chairing the Medical Affairs Committee 
and the Joint Study Committee on Aging 
in the State Senate. 

Rubin pointed out some of the benefits 
older citizens are entitled to, such as free 
hunting and fishing licensed. 

According to Rubin, in this age of 
awards, "I think anybody who reaches 
the age of 65 and has gotten by the mine 
fields and ducked the automobiles and 
lived through all the diseases deserves 
some kind of plaque, so I got my hunting 
and fishing license." 
John Houseman 



"I have friends of 35 who are senile," 
John Houseman said to an over-crowded 
Brackett Auditorium audience on the last 
night of the series. Houseman is a pro- 
claimed producer, director, and as of age 
70, and actor. 

"It never for one second occurred to 
me to be an actor," Houseman said. 
"However, once I smelled the excitement 
of being an actor, nothing could hold me 
back. After that, hell broke loose." 

His late start as an actor, however, did 
not prevent him from winning an Acade- 
my Award in his first role as Professor 
Kingsfield in "The Paper Chase." 

This prestigious award was added to an 
already distinguished career in the the- 
atre. He gained notority in the 1938 Mer- 
cury Theater Broadcast of the infamous 
"Men From Mars." He has also won three 
Emmy Awards as the producer of "The 
Seven Lively Arts" in 1957 and "Play- 
house 90" in 1958 and 1959 and has 
served as the head of drama at the Jul- 
liard School. 

Houseman said in his lecture the "age 
does not really have anything to do with 
energy or capability. Ability, talent, ca- 
pacity — these do not diminish." 



15 6 _ ACADEMICS 




Houseman stressed reinvolving older 
people in society. There are many old 
folks — totally capable — who are no 
longer working. "Is it possible to use them 
... to open up areas of activity so far 
ignored?" he said. 
Other Activities 

An art exhibit featuring the work of 
older citizens was held in the Union Gal- 
lery. Included was the work of Elbert 
Brown, a master-weaver of white-oak 
baskets for 75 years; Elizabeth Fuller, a 
recognized artist of water colors; and 
George Vadney, an expert of intricate 
needlepoint. 

The exhibit also contained the Pickens 
County "Living History" quilt. The quilt is 
made up of patches embroidered by over 
300 individuals. 

The conference also included other ac- 
tivities such as the showing of "The Paper 
Chase," and a free health screening for 
citizens over 55 years of age. 

by Becky Johnson and Susan Ellington 



Hyman Rubin, S.C. State Senator, speaks with Dr. 
Alan Schaffer. head of the history department, after 
he spoke on aging in Daniel Auditorium (opposite). 

John Houseman spoke to an overcrowded Brack- 
ed Auditorium filled with people who were crowded 
into every square foot of space (top). 

Maggie Kuhn, the vivacious proponant of the Grey 
Panthers, on the opening night of the aging confer- 
ence (below). 



David Phillipson 



ACADEMICS — 157 




College's Choice 



"Writers, Educators 
And Other Creative 

People" Visit Campus 



Amelia Bedelia, Queenie Peavy, and 
Detective Mole are characters most chil- 
dren are familiar with. After two October 
conferences held here at Clemson they 
should be familiar to adults also. 

The Reading Conference, sponsored 
by the English Department, centered 
around the teaching, comprehension, and 
enjoyment of reading, "the purpose," ac- 
cording to Dr. Gordan Gray, chairman of 
the conference, "is to bring outstanding 
educators to the area for interaction with 
graduates, students and teachers in the 
area." The theme of the conference was 
"Reading is a Family Endeavor." 

The event has attracted between 450 
to 1200 people each year since its begin- 
ning 13 years ago. Students came from 
USC, Furman, Central Weslyan and 
Lander, along with supervisors, princi- 
pals, practicing teachers and even par- 
ents from throughout the state. 



Between 47 and 50 exhibitors dis- 
played articles such as books, games and 
computers. The participants got a chance 
to review and examine the latest equip- 
ment in order to take the information 
back to their school district or class- 
rooms. 

Many outstanding educators attended 
this year's conference. We've had almost 
all major figures, said Dr. Gray of past 
conferences, writers, educators, and oth- 
er creative people. The 1981 conference 
featured Peggy Parish, a noted author of 
children's literature. She spoke on chil- 
dren's literature. "Just for the Fun of It." 

The 10th annual Children's Literature 
Symposium, sponsored by the English 
department, was held in Daniel Audito- 
rium. The symposium featured two well- 
known children's authors Robert Burch 
and Robert Quakenbush. According to 
Dr. Malcolm Usrey, professor of English 



and a major proponent of the symposium, 
the purpose was to "further stimulate in- 
terest in children's books among adults 
who work with children and use children's 
books." 

Robert Burch, a native Georgian, is the 
author of "Queenie Peavy," "D.J.'s 
Worst Enemy", "Ida Early comes Over 
the Mountain" and many other children's 
books. He spoke on "Childhood as Stim- 
ulation and Inspiration For Writing." Most 
of Burch's writing centers around his ex- 
periences growing up in rural Georgia dur- 
ing the depression. 

Robert Quakenbush, a native of New 
York City, is the illustrator of over 100 



Robert Quakenbush autographs a copy of his 
book Holiday Songbook for a teacher at the Chil- 
dren's Literature Symposium. 




Raymond Teasler 



158 — ACADEMICS 




Richard Baldwin 



Raymond Teaster 




Robert Burch, author of 15 children's works, auto- 
graphs copies of his books after a luncheon at the 
Clemson Conference Center (top). 

Shah Jamieaon, an elementary education major, 
looks at some of the materials available for review at 
the Reading Conference. 



ACADEMICS — 159 




Richard Baldwin 



160 — ACADEMICS 




Writers, Educators 

books, about half of which he also wrote. 
He is the creator of the characters Detec- 
tive Mole and Pete Pack Rat. He has re- 
ceived numerous awards and citations 
from the AIGA, the Society of Illustrators 
and the American Flag Institute. Quaken- 
bush spoke on "Writing and Illustrating 
Books for Today's children." 

The symposium also featured short lec- 
tures on the selection of books, how to 
tell a story, the use of poetry and the art 
of Winsor McCay and Robert Quaken- 
bush. 

A display of Robert Quakenbush's illus- 
trations, original and reproduced, was 
available for viewing throughout the sym- 
posium. 

by Lesa Sissel and Susan Ellington 



The use of puppets is one creative way to teach 
reading. Each association represented at the Read- 
ing conference presented its own teaching materials 
(opposite.) 

Deuel Griffin, professor of English, spoke on "Us- 
ing the Poetry and Fiction of Rachel Field in the 
Classroom. ' ' Griffin was one of many lecturers at the 
Literature Symposium (top.) 

Louise Clarkson (left) and Susan Ellington (right), 
both early childhood education majors, make 
thumbprint tiger paws at the Reading Conference. 




A Trip Through Palmetto History 



A visit to the South Carolina Room of 
the Robert Muldrow Cooper Library is a 
trip through the history of South Carolina 
and Clemson University. At first glance, 
the South Carolina Room appears to be 
exactly like any other part of the library 
with the many shelves of books, the 
desks to sit at, and the hushed atmo- 
sphere. But one look at the materials in 
the room show that the South Carolina 
Room is a very special and important 
room. 

The books housed in the room are all 
by and about South Carolinians. Included 
in this collection of books are romances 
written by authors like Dubose Heyward, 
children's books by Betsy Byars, and fic- 
tion by William Price Fox, James Dickey 
and Pat Conroy. Also found in the room 
are books by the Pulitzer Prize winner 
Julia Peterkin For the football fan, the 
South Carolina Room has books espe- 
cially about football in the form of Fuzzy 
Woodruff's A History of Southern Foot- 
ball: 1890-1928. 

■■' ADI MICS 



Bound editions of Clemson publica- 
tions such as the student newspaper, The 
Tiger, the student magazine, The Chroni- 
cle, and the annual TAPS can be found 
neatly shelved in the room. These publi- 
cations date back to the first publication 
dates, and the beginning of Clemson Uni- 
versity. 

Many books specifically on Clemson 
University are also housed in the S.C. 
Room. For example, The History of Clem- 
son by Wright Bryan tells all about why 
Clemson was built and when. But just in 
case that is not enough information, there 
are volumes of books which tell where the 
plaques, cornerstones, and other identify- 
ing markers are on Clemson College 
buildings. Pictorial catalogs and calen- 
dars can also be found in the S.C. Room. 
Included are pictures of football captains 
such as F.M. Furtick, the captain of the 
1907 football team. 

The S.C. Room also stocks magazines. 
Some, such as the Keystone, a monthly 
journal devoted to woman's work, have 



ceased to be published. Other maga- 
zines, still in print, such as South Carolina 
Wildlife and Sandlapper can also be 
found in the room. 

Use of the S.C. Room is not exclusively 
for Clemson students and faculty. Many 
authors take advantage of the facilities 
collections of South Carolina memorabilia 
and literature in their research. With the 
airing of "Roots" the popularity of geneo- 
logy has sky rocketed. The S.C. Room 
houses many books on geneology open 
to anyone interested in seeking informa- 
tion on family backgrounds. Some of 
these books include histories on the 
Coker, Dubose, Pinckney and Quattle- 
baum families. 

Since ts opening in 1966 the S.C. 
Room has provided an archive of informa- 
tion for people within the state and sur- 
roudning area. As more material is gath- 
ered on the history of Clemson and the 
Palmetto state this special room will con- 
tinue to grow and change with the people 

it represents. 

By Leaa Sissel 




The South Carolina Room on the first floor of the 
Cooper Library is filled with information about the 
state and Clemson (opposite). 

Lu-Ann Branch sifts through a box of South Caro- 
lina maps. Maps are available from such early dates 
as 1898 to the present (top) 

Richard Walkup looks over a folder on the Clem- 
son House. File cabinets in the S.C. Room contain 
folders filled with information on different buildings 
(bottom left). 

Alan Senn examines a file on Clemson football in 
the S.C. Room (bottom right). 





All photos by Glenn Stephens 



ACADEMICS — 163 



Renovation Begun On Godfrey 






After being awakened daily for the last 
two years to the sounds of Tillman being 
pounded upon, the residents of A-Section 
Johnstone get to keep consistancy in 
their lives. Now they get to be awakened 
daily to the sounds of Godfrey Hall being 
pounded upon. 

Godfrey Hall is being renovated in the 
tradition of Tillman and Sirrine. In an effort 
to retain the older buildings on campus, 
Godfrey is being reconstructed to the way 
it originally was. 

The renovation process will be com- 
pleted in three phases. The first phase will 
consist of the total rebuilding of the 
ground floor. The second phase will be 
reconstruction of the second floors, and 
the final phase will be the construction of 
an educational laboratory behind Godfrey 
Hall. 

The first phase of the renovation began 
in November 1981. The completion of the 



ground floor is expected around the be- 
ginning of the fall semester — 1982. This 
extensive reconstruction will substantially 
change the inner appearance of Godfrey 
Hall. The old partitions will be torn out 
and new ones will be installed. The electri- 
cal system will be totally reworked and a 
ventilation system will be added to acco- 
modate the labs that use internal com- 
bustion. After the ground floor is complet- 
ed it will be immediately used for classes 
even as construction continues on the up- 
per floors. 

Many years ago, Godfrey Hall was used 
as the Textile Building. The brick struc- 
ture was built in 1898 as a cotton mill at a 
cost of $25,000. The ground floor, situat- 
ed under the right half of the building, was 
occupied by the dye-house, the first floor 
was occupied by the picking, carding and 
spinning machinery. It also housed the 
main office, the departmental library, 



a lecture room and an exhibit room. The 
top floor held an experimental dyeing lab- 
oratory, hand and poser looms, another 
lecture room and two offices. 

In 1938 the Textile Building was con- 
verted to the Physics Building. The 
ground and first floors held classrooms 
and laboratories of the physics depart- 
ment. The second floor was used as an 
overflow ward for the college hospital. In 
1966 it became the Educational Building 
and was named Godfrey Hall, after W.E. 
Godfrey — a physics professor (1919- 
1947). 

After the renovation Godfrey will house 
the department of industrial education, 
while the remainder of the college will be 
housed in Tillman Hall. 

By Carolann McVey 




MICS 




A professor in Godfrey sits among a stack of 
boxes in preparation for a move to Tillman Hall (top 
left). 

The ancient elevator in Godfrey will be replaced 
during the 1982 renovation, (top right). 

The Textile Building, now Godfrey Hall, was ori- 
ginally built as a cotton mill. Today it is used as the 
education building (bottom right and left). 



1 




Richard Baldwin 



Richard Baldwin 




Mike Murray 



ACADEMICS — 165 




College's Choice 



Summer Forestry 
Labs Allow 

Students To Gain 
Practical Experience 



Did you ever want to spend 9 weeks in 
summer school, working in outdoor labs, 
listening to lectures, and completing pro- 
jects? 

Forestry majors do just that. Between 
their sophomore and junior years, they 
must attend "summer camp." It's a gruel- 
ing nine week session, ottered once each 
summer. 

Forestry summer camp is not your usu- 
al camp. It is split into four sections: 
plants, engineering, mensuration (the art 
of measuring), and products. Students re- 
ceive grades from each section. 

In products, a one-week session, stu- 
dents travel to various mills and plants to 
study how wood is transformed into var- 
ious products. This leads to a better un- 
derstanding of how timber is used and the 
best way to use all of the wood. Students 
make flow charts to trace the progress of 



timber as it is transformed into products. 

In mensuration, a four-week session, 
students learn to measure forests. They 
concentrate on learning to estimate and 
calculate the heights of trees, the diame- 
ter of trunks, locations and distances, and 
forest statistics. Mensuration includes 
learning to use a new measuring system, 
using "chains" and "paces." It also in- 
cludes lectures and lots of outdoor labs (a 
bunch of walking or "Cruising" as forest- 
ry students call it and practicing the art of 
estimation and calculation.) 

In engineering, a two-week session, 
students learn to survey and to make 
maps. One emphasis is road lay-out. Stu- 
dents spend some lab time drawing 
maps. 

In plants, another two-week session, 
students concentrate on the identification 
of various plants, trees, and shrubbery. 



This is an intense session with lectures in 
the morning, field trips to get samples, 
and pressing and mounting the samples 
in the night (and learning the names of the 
samples.) 

After going through this tough course, 
forestry students feel a bond between 
them. They work together to help out 
each other. The course is not designed to 
flunk students, but it is designed to impart 
vast amounts of material and practical 
knowledge to those students who are se- 
rious about forestry. 

Krista Hicks, a forestry student who at- 
tended camp this past summer, said that 
one of the advantages to Clemson's for- 
estry camp was that after the lectures, 
you get to go out and see the real-life 
example in the field. 

By Trina Baldwin 




166 



Ai .AM Mil !■ 





A forestry class looks over some greenery in the 
plant portion of summer camp. During this session 
students must memorize numerous names of plants. 

In mensuration students learn to measure for- 
ests. This co-ed checks out the width of a pine tree. 

A lot of estimation is envolved when trying to mea- 
sure the height of a tree. This forestry student tips 
his head back to look up to the top of particularly tall 
one. 



All photos by W M McGregor 



ACADEMICS — 167 



Studying: The Student's Plague 




Mike Murray 



168 — ACADEMICS 




Even though Clemson students find 
time for various extracurricular activities, 
their primary purpose in attending Clem- 
son is to attain some form of higher edu- 
cation. With this in mind, studying be- 
comes an integral part of the daily exis- 
tence of most students. 

Curious as to the study habits of the 
average student, a study habits survey 
was given. Students were randomly se- 
lected from each class in order to obtain 
an idea of the study habits of the average 
student. Students were asked questions 
dealing with the distractions when they 
studied, the atmosphere when they stud- 
ied, the length of time spent studying and 
the extent of their studying. These ques- 
tions served as a basis for comparing the 
study habits of freshmen and sopho- 
mores to those of juniors and seniors. The 
differences between these two groups 
were surprisingly few, yet they revealed 
the need for better study techniques as 
graduation neared. 

Stereos, televisions and visitors were 
generally found to be of no help to good 
study habits. Freshmen and sophomores, 



Cooper Library is conducive not only to studying, 
but also to sleeping This unidentified student (the 
photographer didn't want to wake her) sleeps as her 
books go unused (opposite). 

When the lights went out in Johnstone A-section 
on September 9. students sought light elsewhere. 
This co-ed found light outside WSBF (top). 

A popular spot with experienced quiet seeking 
studiers are the empty rooms in academic buildings. 
Billy Rauton has found one such spot on the second 
floor of Martin (bottom). 



Richard Baldwin 




Mike Murray 



ACADEMICS — 169 




David Philhpson 



however, did find distractions less of a 
nuisance than upperclassmen. 

Dormitories were also found to have an 
effect on study habits. East campus dor- 
mitories were found to be more condusive 
to the atmosphere necessary for success- 
ful study. Distractions are more prevalent 
in the west campus dormitories, especial- 
ly Johnstone. Thin walls make communi- 
cation with neighbors unavoidable, and 
therefore, more hindersome to good 
grades. More students in Johnstone also 
noted that quiet hours were not observed. 

When asked where they preferred 
studying, an overwhelming majority from 
each class preferred their own room to 
the accomodations of the library. Accord- 
ingly, students from each class had rather 
study alone as opposed to studying with 
someone else. 

Also considered was when students 



A group of co-eds wait in line for Carolina-Ciemson 
stubs while making an attempt at studying (top) 

The amphitheater is a popular study spot in- 
between classes, and when the library is just too 
stuffy. John Soutter takes advantage of one shady 
spot on a fall afternoon (right). 




Mike Murray 



170 



ACADEMICS 




Life After 



studied. Most students prefer to study 
during the evening or late evening, leaving 
the afternoon for more pleasureable ac- 
tivities. Most students studied an average 
of 2 to 3 hours a day. However responses 
did show a higher concentration of juniors 
and seniors spending more than 4 hours a 
day studying. University statistics also 
show that GPR's during the senior year 
are consistantly higher. 

Another difference between the two 
groups is the manner in which students 
studied. Generally students tend to cram 
instead of progressivly studying. Yet, by a 
small margin, fewer freshmen and sopho- 
mores crammed than juniors and seniors. 

Some students found the need to seek 
outside help with studying. Several took 
the College of Education's study course, 
while others went to the Counseling Cen- 
ter for advice. Both provide methods 
which improve the study habits of a large 
majority of the participants. 

The tedious process of learning can 
only be successful through proper study 
habits. However what works for one per- 
son will not necessarily work for another. 
Therefore each student must eventually 
create his own pattern and methods of 
learning to graduate and succeed in the 
future. 

By Donald Bray 



A lone student makes his way back towards John- 
stone after an evening of studying (top). 

A quiet afternoon in the amphitheater seems to be 
a relaxing atmosphere for this student to get some 
extra studying in (bottom). 



Mike Murray 




• \ . 



Mike Murray 



ACADEMICS 



171 



University Statistics 

Average GPR by Colleges — Spring 1981 



College 


Freshmen 


Sophomores 


Juniors 


Seniors 


Agriculture 


2.48 


2.40 


2.55 


2.64 


Architecture 


2.54 


2.54 


2.65 


2.85 


Education 


2.48 


2.42 


2.55 


2.76 


Engineering 


2.60 


2.54 


2.61 


2.67 


IM & TS 


2.45 


2.42 


2.50 


2.25 


F & RR 


2.34 


2.26 


2.30 


2.55 


Liberal Arts 


2.52 


2.51 


2.62 


2.76 


Nursing 


2.64 


2.60 


2.63 


2.82 


Sciences 


2.63 


2.75 


2.80 


2.97 


Total 


2.53 


2.49 


2.57 


2.69 



Total 
2.52 
2.65 
2.56 
2.61 
2.48 
2.39 
2.61 
2.68 
2.76 
2.57 



Students On-Campus 
Students Off-Campus 
University Total 
Graduate Total 

Undergraduate Total 



Spring 1981 Enrollment 

Men Women Total 

6792 4499 11291 

274 361 635 

7066 4860 11926 

871 550 1421 

9870 



5921 



3949 



Average Grade-Point Ratios, 1975-1981 



Class 

Freshmen 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Total 



Students 

2nd sem. 

75-76 

2.56 

2.47 

2.57 

2.70 

2.58 



Students 

2nd sem. 

76-77 

2.53 

2.46 

2.56 

2.69 

2.56 



Students 

2nd sem. 

77-78 

2.50 

2.50 

2.56 

2.68 

2.56 



Students 

2nd sem. 

78-79 

2.53 

2.48 

2.58 

2.69 

2.58 



Students 

2nd sem. 

79-80 

2.49 

2.50 

2.59 

2.68 

2.57 



Students 

2nd sem. 

80-81 

2.53 

2.49 

2.57 

2.69 

2.57 



172 — ACADEMICS 



Enrollment College 


& Class Classification 




College Freshmen i 


Sophomores 


Juniors 


Seniors 


Agriculture 167 


127 


184 


157 


Education 207 


169 


229 


238 


Engineering 940 


623 


641 


561 


F & RR 103 


59 


86 


125 


IM & TS 784 


554 


659 


554 


Liberal Arts 268 


143 


174 


171 


Nursing 84 


63 


56 


71 


Sciences 467 


236 


213 


176 


Executive Officers 






Bill L. Atchley, President 

W. David Maxwell, Provost and Vice President 

for Academic Aftairs 
Walter T. Cox, Vice President for Student Affairs 

and Dean of students 
Melvin E. Barnette, Vice President for Business 

and Finance 


Joseph B. McDevitt, Executive Officer, Presi- 
dent's Office 

Kenneth N. Vickery, Assistant Vice President for 
Student Affairs 

Jerome V. Reel, Assistant to the Provost 

Arnold E. Schwartz, Assistant to the Provost and 
Dean of the Graduate School 


Student Fees 1981-82 
(one semester) 






Tuition and Fees: Resident $675.00 


Meal Plans: Five 


Day 


$365.00 


Non-Resident $1,394.00 


Seven Day 


$425.00 


Residence Hall Rental $350.00-600.00 








Student Leaders 






John Pettigrew Student Body President 


Raymond Teaster 


TAPS Editor 


Reid Tribble Student Senate President 


Dana Hanson . . 




Tiger Editor 


Lederle Carol . . .University Union President 


Bruce Lennox 


WSBF Business Director 


David Hamilton Chronicle Editor 









ACADEMICS — 173 



$162.89 For Four Textbooks? 



If you are a Clemson student chances 
are you have made at least one pilgrim- 
age to the Bookstore. No, not the one 
where you dance and drink the night 
away, but the one where you actually buy 
books. 

An overwhelming majority of Clem- 
son's 11,000 plus students utilize the 
Bookstore, however few speak of it in 
glowing terms. The lines are always "too 
long" and the books are always "too ex- 
pensive." One student compared going 
to the Bookstore with taking a ride on a 
roller coaster at the State Fair: "The result 
is the same — you end up feeling sick." It 
seems inevitable that long lines and high- 
priced books are a part of college book- 
stores, but Clemson's establishment has 
attempted to resolve these problems. 

The biggest issue plaguing the Book- 
store is the recurrence of unbelievably 
long lines at the beginning of each semes- 
ter. When students stand outside for two 
hours and, later, inside for comparable 
lengths, they often wonder why something 
can't be done to minimize the waiting. 

Many things have been done. The 
Bookstore prepares for each new semes- 
ter by hiring extra student aid to supple- 
ment the 14 permanent employees and 6 
to 7 part-time student employees. A stu- 
dent may write a personal check with a 
minimal amount of identification and the 
operating hours of the Bookstore in- 
crease at the beginning of every semes- 
ter. Additions and remodeling made in the 
summer of 1979 at a cost of $400,000 
dollars, have increased the speed and 
ease of shopping. More checkout lines 
and new computerized cash registers 
have been added. Furthermore, the ex- 
panded facilities can accommodate more 
students than ever before. 

Another accusation made by students 
is that the store sets its own high prices 
on texts. Despite popular opinion the 
Bookstore has no control over regulation 
of the book prices. According to manager 
John Cureton, "The Bookstore prices are 
established by the publisher and not the 
Bookstore itself." 

When the Bookstore receives the in- 
voice for a shipment of texts, 20 percent 
is deducted from the retail price of the 
books, the remaining amount is payed by 
the publisher. However, the Bookstore 



In the engineering and architecture supplies sec- 
lion of the bookstore, a student searches for a new 
pen pal. 




Jimmy PortM 



UA ACAOfMICS 




Byton Nolan 




Byfon Nolan 



must pay its own freight charges, which 
can take away virtually all of the 20 per- 
cent profit. This is because most books 
are shipped long distances. 

But, if the Bookstore, inherently, makes 
no profit off books, its largest selling item, 
then where is the profit made? 

Is the Bookstore tempted to add addi- 
tional price-hikes to its texts in order to 
insure a gain? No. According to Cureton, 
the Bookstore has avoided such tactics 
by increasing its sales of Tiger paraphen- 
alia and non-academic items. The sale of 
this merchandise has generated the rev- 
enue needed to cover the Bookstore's 
operating costs without increasing text- 
books prices. 

In the recent past, many changes have 
taken place at the Bookstore in an at- 
tempt to decrease long lines and high 
prices. But to the students standing in a 
line on a Friday afternoon with the spectre 
of spending $150 hanging over his check- 
book, things seem pretty much the same. 

By Max Weber and Marty Rogers 



A student struggles through the doors of the 
Bookstore with supplies tor a project (top right). 

A bookstore employee inventories English books 
in an effort to keep up with what books need to be 
reordered (top left). 

A card for every moment. This student plows 
through the selection available in a search for his 
moment (bottom) 



ACADEMICS 



175 



Thurmond Center Announced 



On October 29, 1981, two announce- 
ments were made to a curious group ot 
students, faculty and reporters crowded 
into the lobby of the Robert Muldrow 
Cooper Library. 

On that date, U.S. Senator Strom Thur- 
mond signed an agreement whereby 
Clemson would receive his public papers 
and memorabilia. Also on that date, uni- 
versity President Bill L. Atchley an- 
nounced plans to build a three-building 
complex, which would be named in honor 
of the 1923 graduate. 

The announcement ended many 
months of speculation about which of 
several institutions would be the recipient 
of the historical documents. 

Thurmond said that two points influ- 
enced his decision to give the papers to 
Clemson. "First, I am a Clemson gra- 
duate. I wanted to show my appreciation 
for its influence on me. Second, this cen- 
ter (the Strom Thurmond Center) is very 
appealing to me. It is an on-going, living 
center. It will be something that the peo- 
ple of this state can be very proud of. For 
these reasons, I decided to place my pa- 
pers here." 

The Strom Thurmond Center for Excel- 
lence in Government and Public Service 
will be a complex of new facilities and 
programs located behind the Robert Mul- 
drow Cooper Library. The complex will 
include a major auditorium facility for 
public programs and the performing arts, 
a continuing education building and the 
facility which will house the Thurmond pa- 
pers and other collections which are sig- 
nificant to the history of South Carolina 
and the United States. 

"The facilities and programs of the 
Thurmond Center will do two things," 
Atchley said. "First, it will stimulate better 
government and citizenship. Second, it 
will provide direct services to students 
and teachers, state and local govern- 
ments, and the private sector." 

The construction of the complex will be 
divided into two phases. Phase one will 
consist of the building of the Thurmond 
Institute and the auditorium facilities. Ac- 
cording to Atchley, the first phase will be 
completed by 1984. In the second phase 



Strom Thurmond signs the document confirming 
the donation of his papers and memorabilia, while 
Bill Atchley looks on (top right) 

Harry Durham, executive Director of University 
Relations, points out the six programs the institute 
will include (bottom). 



of construction, the continuing education 
building will be erected. 

The funding of the project will be pro- 
vided by "Friends of Strom Thurmond." 
Atchley emphasized that no state funds 
would be used for the project's construc- 
tion. He said that $1.5 million had already 



been committed toward the projected 
$10.9 million cost of phases one. 

Charles W. Dunn, head of the political 
science department, said, "The programs 
will be unique. They fit the mold of the 
man (Thurmond) in that they will reach 
people at all levels." 







176 — ACADEMICS 



The Institute will direct: 

- summer seminars in government and 
politics for school teachers, business 
representatives, lawyers and other 
groups of professional people. 

- a national annual lecture series on po- 
litical issues. 

- a Thurmond Scholars program which 
will provide scholarships for outstand- 
ing freshman planning a career in oub- 
lic service. 

- a Strom and Nancy Thurmond High 



School Achievement Program for 
promising high school sophomores 
and juniors. 

— an adjunct professorship program to 
attract leadng scholars and political 
figures to Clemson for short periods. 

— a research program to focus the uni- 
versity's resources on local, state and 
national problems. 

Until phase one of the complex is com- 
plete, the Thurmond papers will be stored 
in the Cooper Library. According to Jo- 



seph Boykin, director of the library, 6,000 
square feet of space will be set aside so 
that librarians can sift through and cata- 
log the contents, which will take approxi- 
mately three years. 

By William Pepper 



A young Nancy Thurmond listens with her Dad, as 
the future Thurmond Center is explained. The first 
phase of the center is expected to completed by 
1984. 




All photos by Mike Murray 



ACADEMICS — 177 




College's Choice 



Reorganization Of 
College Results In 
A Clearer Identity 



Often, people are opposed to change. 
But many times, as in the latest change at 
Clemson, change means progress and 
improvement. Recently, the College of In- 
dustrial Management and Textile Science 
underwent a name change; from now on 
the school will be referred to as the Col- 
lege of Commerce and Industry. 

Along with the name change, reorgani- 
zation within the college produced three 
divisions: The School of Textiles, the 
School of Accountancy and the School of 
Business. Within the School of Business 
will be the department of economics; the 
department of finance (originally paired 
with the School of Accounting); the de- 
partment of management; and a new ad- 
dition, the department of marketing. 

Dean Ryan C. Amacher, who came to 



Clemson last fall from Arizona State Uni- 
versity where he headed the department 
of economics, cited several reasons for 
the change. One reason was to cure an 
identity problem: some prospective stu- 
dents did not know they could major in 
business at Clemson and therefore went 
to other schools. With the new tiles, stu- 
dents will be able to see exactly what 
Clemson has to offer. According to Dean 
Amacher, "The original name didn't con- 
vey to the public or to other academic 
institutions what this college really was." 
Along with a clearer identity, reorgani- 
zation of the college adds a new dimen- 
sion. While continuing to train students in 
business, management and textiles, more 
and more attention will be given to adapt- 
ing students to the high technology work- 



place. On the graduate level, the empha- 
sis on technical skills signals a shift from 
the master of business administration de- 
gree, which has been "oversold and un- 
derproduced," according to Dean 
Amacher. 

So once again, Clemson changes and 
improves. This time a name change, 
along with some reorganization and a 
shift in emphasis, will help to prepare 
graduates for conditions of the next two 
decades, which will require both manage- 
rial and technical skills. 

By Edwin Allen 



Commerce and Industry dean, Ryan Amacher 
works at his desk in Sirrine Hall. Amacher came to 
Clemson in July from Arizona State University (bot- 
tom). 




All Photos By Richard Baldwin 



178 — ACADEMICS 





J.H. Marvin, a professor of textiles, instructs stu- 
dents in yarn properties during a Wednesday after- 
noon lab (top). 

This student works on a computer terminal in 
Sirrine Hall. More and more majors are beginning to 
incorporate computers into their curriculum and the 
College of Commerce and Industry is no exception 
(left). 



ACADEMICS — 179 



Admissions Standards Increase 



Just how can you tell a Clemson stu- 
dent from other university students? Be- 
sides the fact that they wear more orange 
or have more enthusiasm, an important 
detail to notice is that students are cho- 
sen selectively to attend Clemson. 

Clemson University receives more ap- 
plications than almost any other Universi- 
ty in the south. This is a demonstration of 
how many wish to join the ranks of the 
tigers. 

In Clemson's earlier days, when the im- 
portance of higher education was just be- 
ginning to be realized, many people in 
South Carolina didn't even graduate from 
high school. Dr. G.H. Aull, a 1919 gra- 
duate, explained that in order to decide 
whether someone was qualified, to attend 
Clemson, school records were reviewed. 



Clemson also offered a scholarship in 
each county to the person who was most 
qualified. This scholarship completely 
paid for board and tuition. 

After the first World War, Clemson be- 
gan to be more descriminatory in their 
selection of students. A high school diplo- 
ma became a requirement for admission. 
Even this was not enough as the number 
of students seeking admission increased. 

In order to measure the student's capa- 
bilities further, a test began to be adminis- 
tered in South Carolina in 1955. William 
Mattox, the director of admissions, ex- 
plained that this exam was similar to the 
college board, although not quite as se- 
lective. South Carolina schools at that 
time were not as demanding as those in 
other states and usually the college board 



was reserved for those students who took 
it as a matter of course. 

As Clemson began to grow and it's 
reputation spread, the admissions poli- 
cies grew stricter. High school records 
and college board scores became very 
important, as well as recommendations 
from teachers and counselors. Clemson's 
average college board score has risen to 
just over 1000 and every year the top 
percent of South Carolina's high school 
students elect to attend Clemson. 

Yes, Clemson students are more than 
orange-clad maniacs. They represent an 
intelligent group of people who have had 
to pass requirements in order to attend 
one of the most popular universities in the 
nation. 

By Betsy Smith 




Richard Baldwin 



180 — ACADEMICS 



The final step in gaining admission to Clemson is 
turning in the registration form (opposite page). 




Scott Harke 



ACADEMICS 



181 




College's Choice 



Liberal Arts Majors 

Attend Clemson 

For 

Various Reasons 



The College of Liberal Arts is one of the 
smallest at Clemson, with 793 students in 
1981. Thirty-four of those are graduate 
students, 28 in English and six in history. 
Clemson is best known for it's technical 
and agricultural colleges. So why do liber- 
al arts students come to Clemson? 

There are several reasons. Some stu- 
dents come because they feel that they 
can take some practical courses that 
wouldn't be available at a liberal arts col- 
lege. However, most students don't think 
so far ahead. Some students come to 
Clemson because their boyfriend or girl- 
friend chose Clemson, and others simply 
follow in their father's footsteps after hav- 
ing been indoctrinated with Clemson spir- 
it at an early age. 

Students usually choose a liberal arts 
major simply because they love the sub- 
ject. About half don't know what they 
want to do with their majors. Liberal arts 



majors are flexible because of the com- 
munication skills they possess, and there- 
fore have a fairly large choice of careers. 

Al Mathiason of Clemson's placement 
office says that there are places in sales, 
marketing, communications, production 
and journalism for liberal arts majors. 
However, students need to establish ca- 
reer goals early, take related courses and 
try to get practical experience in the field 
they choose. Mathiason's major problem 
is placing liberal arts majors is that most 
liberal arts majors at Clemson don't think 
about jobs early enough. For example, an 
English major who wants a job in a spe- 
cialized field like advertising may need to 
take courses at a technical school after 
graduation in order to get practical 
coursework. 

Dr. Thomas Inge, head of Clemson's 
English department, feels that liberal arts 
majors are needed in today's society. 



Knowledge without the awareness of the 
impact of knowledge is dangerous. Every- 
one needs a knowledge of history, lan- 
guage and culture. People need a sense 
of the past, of tradition, in order to main- 
tain and preserve society's values for the 
future. Liberal arts are the heart and soul 
of society. 

Ruthie Traylor is a junior who changed 
majors from political science to English in 
her sophomore year. She changed be- 
cause she enjoys English more, but plans 
to keep political science as her minor. 
Ruthie came to Clemson because she 
had originally planned to major in chemis- 
try, but never did. She isn't sure what she 
wants to do after graduation. 

Anne Bradbury is a senior English ma- 
jor. She chose Clemson because she is 
from the town of Clemson and her father 
graduated from Clemson. English is her 
favorite subject. She is minoring in the 

Richard Baldwin 





fine arts, and plans to teach on a college 
level after attending graduate school for 
both her masters and her doctorate. 
Anne feels that all students need courses 
in the humanities because things like lit- 
erature, music and art are such an inte- 
gral part of our daily lives. The ability to 
appreciate and discuss the fine arts is 
valuable to everyone regardless of major. 
Kavin Taylor is a sophomore English 
major who came to Clemson with a pre- 
professional major. He chose Clemson 
because the life sciences department is 
good, and because his uncle graduated 
from Clemson. Kavin switched to English 
at the end of his freshman year because 



he had to declare a four-year degree. He 
is a pre-med major, and says that he was 
advised to choose a liberal arts major to 
follow during his undergraduate career. 
He is better at English and likes it better 
that the sciences. Kavin plans to go to 
medical school or into some type of com- 
munications. He hasn't chosen a minor 
yet, but will probably choose communica- 
tions. 

Even though Clemson is not known as 
a liberal arts college, liberal arts majors 
continue to enroll. This year, there are 
268 freshman liberal arts majors, as op- 
posed to 174 seniors. Students who want 
to major in liberal arts have a choice of 



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eight majors: English, French, German, 
history, political science, psychology, so- 
ciology and Spanish. The College of Lib- 
eral Arts is large in this respect. 

So for whatever reason liberal arts ma- 
jors come to Clemson, they have a large 
selection of majors to choose from. 

By Betsy Russell 



Susan Matheson, a senior zoology major, listens to 
classical music for a Music 2 10 assignment in the 
listening lab (above). 

Daniel Hall, where all liberal arts classes except 
history are held, was named after D. W. Daniel, a 
former trustee of the university (left). 



ACADEMICS 



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Tillman Hall's Facelift Finished 



Tillman Hall is back in working order 
after almost two years of renovation. The 
restoration began in January of 1980 and 
ended in the late part of 1981. The origi- 
nal completion date of July 1981 was set 
back by the replacement of the west hall. 

Jerry Boyer of the physical plant is 
pleased with the finished work. One of the 
principle areas to be remodeled was the 
auditorium. A thrust stage, which as seat- 
ing equally distributed on three sides, is 
used in the new design. The auditorium 
now seats 900, down from the 1500 be- 
fore renovation. However, Boyer said, for- 
merly the seats were crowded, with only 
500 or so giving a good view of the stage. 

Tillman's cornerstone originally was 
laid by the masonic fraternity in July of 
1891. The construction was done by pris- 
on labor and the original bricks were 
made on campus. 

Historic restoration of the main hall set 
the tone for this latest remodeling. In Me- 
morial Chapel, the Victorian millwork was 
retained as a decorative entrance to the 
new auditorium. The marble tablets in the 
entrance hall were originally there, along 
with portraits of the Clemson faculty who 
were influential in Clemson's early years. 

By Grantham Wood and Betsy Russell 



Painters put the final coat of paint on the decora- 
tive frieze on Tillman Hall's clock tower (right). 




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184 — ACADEMICS 




Ken Lindsey of the College of Education, tries to 
reorganize after a move to Tillman Hall. (top). 

New office chairs await their owners. The offices 
of the College of Education and the Reserve Officers 
Training Corps are now housed in Tillman (left). 

The Clemson dancers work out a new routine in 
the newly finished Memorial Auditorium. The audito- 
rium will now seat 900 spectators comfortably (bot- 
tom). 



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ACADEMICS — 185 



Contents 

Danny Ford 190 

Fan Appreciation Day 192 

Men's Basketball 194 

Women's Basketball 202 

Soccer 208 

Clemson in Brazil 216 

Baseball 218 

Volleyball 224 

Swimming 226 

Field Hockey 228 

Outstanding Seniors 230 

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Tennis 238 

Football 246 

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In early December 1978, the Clemson 
Tiger football team had just completed 
one of its most successful seasons ever, 
having compiled a 10-1 record, breaking 
several Clemson records, and earning a 
berth in the Gator Bowl against the leg- 
endary Buckeyes of Ohio State. Only one 
problem dampened the spirits of Tiger 
fans everywhere — their Gator Bowl ap- 
pearance was less than four weeks away 
and the Tigers' head coaching position 
was vacant. Charlie Pell had just relin- 
quished his duties as head coach and on 
December 10, 1978, 31-year-old Danny 
Ford took control of the Tigers. 

Ford's first game as head coach result- 
ed in a 17-15 victory over the Buckeyes, 
making him the nation's only major unde- 
feated head coach. The next season, he 
lead the Tigers to a respectable season of 
8-3 and a bid to play Baylor in the Peach 
Bowl, which Clemson lost 24-10. The Ti- 
gers entered the '80 season with high 
hopes of a rebuilding year, but finished 
with a 6-5 record, tying for fourth place in 
the ACC. Many people thought the 'mag- 
ic' Ford had used in the Gator Bowl had 
been just that, and the magic was gone. 

Ford began his third season as head 
coach with hopes of improving the team's 



record and of winning the conference 
championship. Little did he, or anyone 
else for that matter, know what the 1981 
season had in store for him and his Tigers. 
It was a season that for many was a 
dream come true — a year that yielded a 
perfect regular season record of 1 1-0, the 
first undefeated-untied season the Tigers 
had posted since 1948 under the legend- 
ary Frank Howard. Afterwards, the Tigers 
were invited to appear in the Orange bowl 
against the Cornhuskers of Nebraska. By 
defeating the Cornhuskers 22-15 the Ti- 
gers grasped their first national cham- 
pionship in the school's history. 

When asked how it feels to be the 
coach of the national champion team, 
Ford replied: "It doesn't feel a lot different 
than it did in the beginning. Our winning 
the national championship didn't make it 
that much more special, but it was a great 
thing for the other coaches and the play- 
ers. I'm proud to be associated with it, but 
it doesn't make me any prouder of Clem- 
son than I was before." 

As head coach, Ford has led the Tigers 
to two major bowl victories over two foot- 
ball powerhouses, a feat which few head 
coaches ever achieve, much less in their 
first three years. According to Ford, "The 



situations were similar in each case — 
nobody expected Clemson to win except 
Clemson people. There was a little more 
pressure involved this year because we 
had more riding on the line, but the Gator 
was my first game (as head coach), and 
you always remember your first, whether 
you win or lose." 

The impressive rise to the top made 
Coach Ford the recipient of nearly a doz- 
en national Coach of the Year awards. 
These included the ACC, Football Writers 
of America, UPI, Washington Football 
Club, and the American Football Coaches 
Association. Ford is proudest of the last 
award because it is voted on by collegiate 
coaches across the nation. 

Ford was also recognized by the gov- 
ernment at state and national levels. Ford 
was asked to speak in a joint session of 
the state legislature where he was "tick- 
led to death" to receive the Order of Pal- 
metto Ciatation, the highest honor the 
governor can bestow upon a South Caro- 
lina citizen. "I'm not really sure what it is," 
Ford grinned, "but I'm deeply honored 
that I was chosen for it." On the national 
level, Coach and Mrs. Ford, along with 
athletic director Bill McLellan, president 
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190 — SPORTS 




and Jerry Gaillard, met with president 
Ronald Reagan in the Oval Ottice. When 
asked how the meeting went, Coach Ford 
replied "It was great for the university, but 
the best part was seeing the guys (Jordan 
and Tuttle) with the president." 

The 1981 Tiger football season will al- 
ways be one of the bright spots in the 
history of Clemson athletics, and in the 
words of coach Ford, "People just don't 
realize the full impact that this season will 
have on the university in the long run. All 
of the teams in the future will be com- 
pared to this one, and hopefully that will 
make the teams of tomorrow work 
harder. I'm just glad I was a part of it and 
could be of some help." 

by Charles Hucks 



Ford receives a plaque from Jane Robelot. of cen- 
tral spirit at the Danny Ford Appreciation Day pep 
rally, (far left) 

Ford and an assistant coach confer on the sidelines 
before the Orange Bowl, (left) 

Sitting alone at the top of the stands in New Smyr- 
na Beach, Florida Ford watches the Tigers practice 
for the Orange Bowl, (below) 



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SPORTS — 191 



When students returned trom the winter 
break, the news the football team had 
won the Orange Bowl and the National 
Football Championship was common 
knowledge. In an effort for the fans to 
meet the players and coaches of the 
championship team, Fan Appreciation 
Day was created and on a rainy morning 
on January 23, the fans were given their 
chance. 

The team was gathered under the 
stands in Death Valley, and hundreds of 
people came to hear Coach Danny Ford 
speak and to see the championship play- 
ers in uniform for pictures and auto- 
graphs. 

By Michael L. Puldy 



Perry Tuttle, Jeff Davis and Lee Nanny (L to R) 
raise the spoils of victory, the national championship 
trophy, to the cheers of a Little John crowd (right). 

Literally swamped with fans, wide reciever Perry 
Tuttle jokes while signing autographs (below). 

Jeff Bryant, 6'5" defensive tackle, loomed above 
the heads of the crowd as he talked with tiger foot- 
ball fans (far right). 

Shaking hands across the 1982 Orange Bowl Tro- 
phy, President Atchley greets Head Football Coach 
Danny Ford in the trophy presentation ceremony 
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Slow 
Season 
Results In 
NIT Bid 



The winter of 1981-82 will not be re- 
membered as a successful campaign on 
the basketball court for the Clemson men. 
The season was full of disappointment 
after disappointment and what started as 
a season of promise ended miserably on 
the court of the Greensboro Coliseum. 

The Tiger basketball team never really 
started on the road to success. The team 
just existed until the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference schedule delivered the knockout 
blows. 

Fall practice opened with an immediate 
disappointment when forward Raymond 
Jones badly sprained his ankle. Jones did 
not play a minute during the season and 
he was red-shirted early in the year. The 
Tigers were already thin on board 
strength before Jones was hurt. His injury 
was the beginning of the problems that 
were to come. 

The December schedule started with 
the usual number of patsies as the Tigers 
rubbed out several high school type 
teams. Most of the games were about as 
entertaing as a three hour chemistry lec- 
ture. But, Clemson successfully ran up an 
undefeated slate against the fresh meat 
and they packed their bags for Houston. 

Iowa from the Big Ten hung the first 
loss on the Tigers as the Hawkeyes 



Vincent Hamilton, sophomore guard, fires one of 

his lethal jump shoots during the '81 -'82 season. 

Hamilton was the driving force of the Tigers' scoring 

offense, averaging over fifteen points per game 

(left) 

photo Richard Baldwin 

David Shaffer, freshman forward, challenges the 
Virginia defense. Shaffer tied Fred Gilliam for top 
rebounding honors for the game, each with seven 
rebounds (above right) 
photo: Charles Hucks 

Horace Wyatt signals for a pass under the basket 
against the N.C. State Wolfpack. Wyatt was the 
leading rebounder for the Tigers in the game with 
ten rebounds as the Tigers topped the Wolfpack 65- 
54. (right) 
photo: Richard Baldwin 

Sophomore Clarke Bynum drives down court 
against an Austin Peay opponent. After seeing a 
great deal of action in the first several games, his 
playing time was limited in later games of the sea- 
son, (far right) 
photo Richard Baldwin 



Clarke Bynum muscles a shot up over an Austin 
Peay player. The sophomore was the leading scorer 
and rebounder of the day for the Tigers with 18 
points and 8 rebounds to his credit, (right) 

Junior Fred Gilliam closes the door on Ralph 
Sampson of the then number one ranked Virginia 
Cavillers. Gilliam was the leading scorer for Clemson 
with eighteen points, (below) 

Long time rivalries bring out many different types 
of "loyalty" and "enthusiasm" as shown here 
against USC. (bottom) 

Senior center Horace Wyatt leaps for a rebound 
against ACC foe Maryland. Wyatt was the leading 
rebounder of the day with 10 rebounds. Clemson 
overcame Maryland 75-66 for only the second time 
in the last thirteen meetings, (far right) 




Charles Hucks 

Slow Season 

claimed a 80-68 win over Clemson. It was 
the first of many losses during the regular 
season. The Tigers clinched third place in 
the Kettle Classic with a 59-32 victory 
over a hapless Mississippi State Five. 

Clemson then took a break before 
opening the ACC sesaon with a trip to 
Raleigh. Jim Valvano's squad pinned a 
75-59 loss on the Tigers. The loss to the 
Wolfpack was the first of ten regular sea- 
son conference losses. 

Clemson went to Atlanta to take a win 
over annual cellar-dweller Georgia Tech 
and returned home to a decision to the 



Mike Murray 

experienced Wake Forest Demon Dea- 
cons. 

The death road trip then entered the 
slate as the Tigers headed north to face 
Maryland and Virginia. Two games 
played. Two conference losses. 

The Maryland game was highlighted by 
a massive Clemson comeback as the Ti- 
gers trailed by as much as eighteen points 
during the contest. They managed to tie 
the game but they failed to win as the 
Terps tallied the win. 

Virginia added to the Tiger misery by 
pounding out an 89-68 decision. 

The Clemson record stood at 8-5 over- 
all and 1-4 in the ACC after the loss to the 
Cavaliers. 



Richard Baldwin 

Georgia Tech came to Clemson and 
lost its second game of the season to the 
Tigers. 

The next home game will go down in 
history as one of the worst ever played on 
the Littlejohn Coliseum floor. 

The Tigers shot a pitiful 26 percent in 
losing to a terrible Duke squad, 50-44. 
Clemson hit 19 of 71 field goal attempts 
in a true exercise in futility. The Tigers had 
a hard time throwing the ball into the 
stands. The only reason the stands were 
full was the attendance of the football 
team and the Orange Bowl trophy. 

The tide began to turn slightly with the 
next game as the Tigers came through 
with a fine effort at Chapel Hill against the 



196 — SPORTS 




Jimmy Porth 



SPORTS — 197 



Slow Season 



Tar Heels of North Caroline. The only 
problem was the Tigers lost the game to 
keep the eternal losing streak in Chapel 
Hill alive. 

Clemson then headed to the coast and 
put a pounding on the hup-hups of The 
Citadel as the Cadets proved they were 
better at marching than playing basket- 
ball. 

The Wolfpack came to Tigertown for a 
second encounter with the Tigers, and 
they left town with a blemish on their na- 
tional ranking. Clemson beat the Pack 
65-54. The Tigers stood at 10-7 overall 
and 3-6 in the loop with the win. 

Clemson visited Columbia for a second 
match-up with the South Carolina Game- 
cocks. The Tigers won the first encounter 
of the season in early December by a slim 
two-point margin. Clemson was not as 
fortunate in the rematch as the Cocks 
shot over sixty percent and doomed the 
Tigers to a 94-86 setback. It was Clem- 
son's first loss to Carolina in basketball in 
four years. An ecstatic Carolina Coliseum 
enjoyed every minute. 

The Tigers visited a Wake for the sec- 
ond game of the season, and when it was 
over they wished they had never gone to 
Greensboro. The Deacons pounded 
Clemson, 94-76. 

Virginia came to town with a number- 
one ranking, but the Tigers were not im- 
pressed as they played the Cavaliers toe 
to toe for thirty nine minutes and fifty nine 
seconds. The one second they did not 
play even with the Cavaliers, Craig Robin- 
son threw in a prayer shot that felled the 
Tigers at the buzzer. The floor of Little- 
john looked like a war zone as disappoint- 
ed Tigers hit the floor to bemoan their 
wasted effort. The crowd stood and 
cheered even though Virginia lucked out, 
56-54. 

Furman came to Littlejohn to play 
doormat and to make-up an earlier game 
that was lost to the snow. The Tigers 
knocked the Paladins off their horse, 79- 



Horace Wyatt slams one home with a high per- 
centage shot. Wyatt led the team this season with 
over twenty dunks, (above left) 
photo: Scott Harke 

Mike Eppley coordinates the Clemson Tiger of- 
fense. Eppley joined the basketball team October 
15 after being red-shirted in the football program for 
the 198 1 season (far left) 

photo: Richard Baldwin 

Vincent Hamilton lobs a pass over his defender. 
Hamilton led the Tigers in assits with over seventy 
throughout the season, (left) 
photo: Scott Harke 

Fred Gilliam releases a jumper against arch-rival 

USC in a 67-65 victory for the Tigers in Littlejohn. 

(right) 

photo: Mike Murray 





Charles Hucks 



200 — SPORTS 




Sophomore guard Mike Eppley expertly man- 
uvers past Virginia's Ricky Stokes in a game that 
was televised to over forty percent of the country. 
The then top-ranked Caviliers slipped in a last sec- 
ond shot to escape with a 56-54 win over the Tigers, 
(opposite left) 

Freshman guard Milan Belich shoots for two 
against the Tarhells. Throughout the season Belich 
gained respect for coming in off the bench and 
adding crucial points late in the game, (left) 

David Shaffer pops up a shot over UNC standout 
Sam Perkins. The Tarhells hit 15- 1 7 from the foul 
line in the last three minutes to swipe a 55-49 win 
from the Tigers, (below) 




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Slow Season 



62 in an uninspired contest. 

North Carolina visited the coliseum and 
held the ball the last eleven minutes of the 
game to grab a 55-49 win. The Heels hit 
19 of 22 free throws down the stretch to 
fell the Tigers. 

Duke claimed victory number two of 
the season over the Tigers in a three- 
overtime affair in Durham. 

With a record of 13-12 overall and 4-10 
in the ACC, Clemson closed the season 
with a win over a defenseless Maryland- 
Eastern Shore squad. 

Then came the ACC tournament in 



Charles Hucks 

Greensboro as the Tigers had to face Vir- 
ginia Again. It was an exciting game but 
the restults were the same, a 56-54 loss 
to Virginia. Horace Wyatt commented 
afterwards, "I just can't figure it out. 
Here, we had a decent attempt at the 
shot, and they make a trash shot to beat 
us (at Clemson). It just mustn't have 
meant to be." 

Virginia ended a season 'that wasn't a 
good one, but at least the players came 
on strong at the end. Vincent Hamilton, 
with a most unusual style of shooting, 
showed more of his diverse talent ending 
the season with 22 points and 6 rebounds 
against Virginia. Horace Wyatt, though 
not primarily an offensive threat, did a 



good job on defense keeping Sampson 
down to 13 points. Fred Gilliam and David 
Shaffer helped out Wyatt with Sampson 
and played a solid game. Mike Eppely, 
who worked himself into the starting line- 
up, played almost the entire game. He hit 
four out of six and did a excellent job in 
getting the ball down the court against 
lightning quick Ricky Stokes. 

After being elimenated in the first round 
of the ACC, it was a surprise to Clemson 
fans to hear that Clemson had received a 
NIT bid. Clemson's first and final oppo- 
nent was Mississippi. Again, Clemson fell 
in the first round as Mississippi ran up a 
score of 53-49 to end Clemson's season. 
by Cobb Oxford and Mike Murray 



SPORTS 



201 




Jeanne Arias 



Winning Tradition Continues 



For the past six years winning has been 
synonymous with Clemson women's bas- 
ketball, and the Lady Tigers continued 
that tradition in 1982 with a 20-1 1 regular 
season record and a second-place finish 
in the Atlantic Coast Conference tourna- 
ment. 

The Lady Tigers and their coach Annie 
Tribble entered the season in late Novem- 
ber with a lot of optimism, and with nine 
players returning from a team that had 
recorded a 23-8 record the year before, 
including All-American, all-everything 
Barbara Kennedy, and the addition of 6-4 
freshman Peggy Caple, that optimism 
seemed well-founded. 

However, injuries struck the Lady Ti- 
gers early, claiming senior guard Annette 
Wise in the second game of the season 
and starting center Sheila Cobb in the 
third. Both Wise, who had averaged nine 
points and seven rebounds a game the 



year before, and Cobb, who was averag- 
ing nine points and eight rebounds before 
her injury, were out for the remainder of 
the season. In addition, starting guard 
Denise Marshall was out for a month with 
a broken thumb. 

"What started out to be a really tre- 
mendous season ended up with a lot of 
frustration from both the players' and the 
coaches point of view," Tribble said. 
"The loss of two quality players really hurt 
us." 

"Still it has to be considered a good 
year because we won 20 games and es- 
tablished ourselves in the conference," 
she added. 

The 15th-ranked Lady Tigers opened 
their season in the Plainview Classic 
against Kansas on Thanksgiving morning. 
The Lady Tigers had nothing to be thank- 
ful for, however, as they came out on the 
short end of a 66-63 score despite Ken- 



nedy's 30 points and 14 rebounds. After 
their initial loss, however, the Lady Tigers 
rebounded to defeat Wayland Baptist, 
75-58, and Missouri, 68-52, and finish the 
tournament with a 2-1 record. 

Clemson returned home to Littlejohn 
Coliseum for a 94-71 victory over Appala- 
chian State before again hitting the road 
for another tournament — the Pitt-Addi- 
das Classic in Pittsburgh, Penn. The Lady 
Tigers came away from the tournament 
with a 79-62 win over National College 
and 67-64 loss to Pittsburgh. Kennedy 
again led the Lady Tigers with 30 points in 
the first game and 27 in the second. Sen- 
ior forward Cissy Bristol contributed 22 
points against National and Caple added 
22 against Pitt. Caple also had 32 re- 
bounds in the tournament. 

The Lady Tigers' next game brought 
them back home to face their archrivals 
— the second-ranked Lady Gamecocks 



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of South Carolina. The Lady Gamecocks 
had never beaten the Lady Tigers in Litt- 
lejohn Coliseum until last spring, but they 
proved that the first time was no mistake 
by defeating Clemson, 82-74. Kennedy 
scored 30 points and Bristol added 18 in 
the losing effort. 

Two days later Clemson opened its 
ACC schedule with an easy 72-50 win 
over the Lady Yellow Jackets of Georgia 
Tech. The Lady Tigers had a 5-3 season 
record at that point, but they were 1-0 in 
the conference. 

The Lady Tigers concluded their De- 
cember schedule with their third tourna- 
ment of the season — the South Florida 
Tourney. Clemson was the favorite going 
into the tournament and the Lady Tigers 
proved their worth with three easy victo- 
ries and the tournament championship. 
Clemson defeated Belhaven, 78-52; 
UNC-Charlotte, 86-61; and Miami-Flor- 
ida, 74-59, to make its season record 8-3. 

Early January saw the Lady Tigers re- 



Mary Anne Cubelic flies thru the air for another 
two points against Duke. She was the game high 
scorer with 24 points, (opposite page). 

Barbara Kennedy, leader leader of the Lady Ti- 
gers and three time Ail-American, led the Nation in 
scoring for the '81 -'82 season, (left). 

Senior Cissy Bristol drives towards the basket 
against North Carolina. She was third in total points 
for the regular season, behind Barbara Kennedy and 
Mary Anne Cubelic. (bottom left). 

Though freshman guard Vickie Tomlinson saw 
little time on the court, she showed alot of potential 
for the future with the Lady Tigers, (below). 




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turn to conference action with three 
straight games against ACC opponents. 
Clemson started the month on the right 
foot with an 89-62 road win over Wake 
Forest. 

The Lady Tigers then returned home for 
their biggest win of the season at that 
point — a big 94-75 victory over the sev- 
enth-ranked NC State Lady Wolfpack. In 
that game, NC State jumped to an early 
four-point lead, but a three-point play by 
Mary Ann Cubelic at the 17:59 mark put 
the Lady Tigers on top, 7-6, and they 
never trailed again. 

Clemson extended its lead over the 
Lady Wolfpack in the second half, going 
up by as many as 28 points before finally 
settling for the 19-point victory. 

"We really put it to them," Tribble said 
after the game. "We rose to the occasion 
to show we're up with the best. 

"This is the best team we've ever had 



— I don't know why people don't believe 
it," she added. "Maybe they will now." 

The Lady Tigers slipped three days 
later however, losing to the Lady Terra- 
pins at Maryland, 95-76, despite Ken- 
nedy's 41 -point performance. It was the 
beginning of a roller-coaster month for 
Clemson. Clemson bounced back to de- 
feat Francis Marion, 92-79, in the Lady 
Tiger Invitational. But they fell again the 
very next day, this time to Alabama-Bir- 
mingham, 93-80. Cubelic put in a season- 
high 30 points and Kennedy added 28 for 
the losing cause and both were named to 
the all-tournament team. 

The loss marked the first time in the 
tournament's history that the Lady Tigers 
did not win the championship game, and 
it dropped their season record to 11-5. 

"The low point of the season, not 
counting the injuries, had to be losing to 
Pitt in December and then not winning our 



own tournament," Tribble said. 

The Lady Tigers' fall continued four 
days later with a 91-60 loss to Tennessee. 

Cubelic helped pull the Lady Tigers out 
of their slump briefly with a 24-point per- 
formance that led Clemson to a 84-59 
home victory over Duke and a 4-1 record 
in the ACC. 

Number-one ranked Louisiana Tech 
came to Littlejohn Coliseaum on Jan. 25 
sporting a 38-game win streak and the 
1981 national championship. The Lady 
Tigers were ready for them however, and 
behind Kennedy's 28-point performance, 
played what was probably some of the 
best basketball seen in Littlejohn. Louisi- 
ana Tech eventually won by five, 68-63, 
but Clemson gave it the first challenge it 
had had in many weeks. 

The Lady Tigers slipped again two days 
later with a 82-68 loss to conference-for 
North Carolina. The defeat brought their 



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season record to 12-8 and their confer- 
ence record to 4-2. 

Another rebound by the Lady Tigers 
and a 39-point performance by Kennedy 
saw Clemson reach the century mark for 
the first time of the season with a 103-81 
home victory over UT-Chattanooga. The 
Lady Tigers opened February two days 
later with another victory, this time, 79-78 
over Tennessee Tech. 

Almost predictably, however, the Lady 
Tigers fell again with a 76-61 loss to NC 
State — the same team they had defeat- 
ed by 19 a month earlier. And the fall 
continued with a 99-91 overtime loss to 



Peggy Caple grabs another rebound against Ala- 
bama-Birmingham. Peggy averaged 9.5 rebounds a 
game, (opposite page). 

The leading scorer against the Virginia Cavalers, 
Mary Anne Cubelic shoots for another two other 26 
points in the afternoon's game. (left). 

Reserve guard Denise Marshall takes a turn in the 
98-78 trouncing of the Lady Tarheels (bottom left). 

Barbara Kennedy get support from her little broth- 
er after her last home game in Littlejohn. She scored 
42 points and pulled down 1 1 rebounds in the game, 
(below). 




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205 




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the Lady Gamecocks in Columbia. Ken- 
nedy chipped in a season-high 42 points 
in that game and Cubelic added 29. 

"We were so cyclic because we were 
so inconsistant," Tribble said. "Kennedy 
and Cubelic were consistent but the rest 
of the team wasn't. 

Finally the Lady Tigers found the right 
track and concluded their regular season 
with six wins against just one loss. Those 
wins included a 75-65 victory over Virgin- 
ia and a 98-78 win in their home finale 
against North Carolina. In between, they 
again broke the century mark with a 101- 
68 win over Erskine and defeated Auburn, 
73-65. 

The Lady Tigers entered the ACC tour- 
nament late in February with a 18-10 sea- 
son record and a 6-3 conference record. 
They met Georgia Tech in the first round 
and behind Cubelic's 26 points and Ken- 
nedy's 22, they defeated the Lady Jack 



ets for the second time of the year, 62-54. 
Kennedy claimed 1 1 rebounds in the 
game and Caple grabbed 10. 

In the second round, the Lady Tigers 
met North Carolina — the team they'd 
beaten by 20 points even days earlier. 
The Lady Tar Heels proved they don't 
hold grudges, however, and Clemson won 
again, 84-76. Kennedy led the Lady Ti- 
gers with 33 points and 21 rebounds. 

The championship game of the tourna- 
ment pitted Clemson against Maryland, 
but despite Kennedy's 33 points and Ca- 
ple's 22 points and 15 rebounds, the 
Lady Tigers fell to Maryland for the sec- 
ond time, 93-81. 

The Lady Tigers ended their season 
with a 20-11 season record and an 8-4 
record in the ACC. 

"The high points of the season were 
when we played Louisiana Tech to five 
points, and when we reached the finals of 



the ACC tournament," Tribble said. 
"We'd never gotten that far in the tourna- 
ment before." 

On Feb. 20, three seniors — Kennedy, 
Bristol and Jennie Lyerly — played their 
last game as Lady Tigers in Littlejohn 
Coliseum, and they ended their careers in 
style with a 98-78 win over North Caroli- 
na. Kennedy scored 42 points. 

The All-American Kennedy ended her 
career leading the nation in scoring with 

28.8 points per game average and fin- 
ished in the top- 10 in rebounding, with a 

12.9 per game average. She was one of 
the top five finalists for the Wade Trophy. 

"I never would have thought 'B' could 
have topped what she did last year." 
Tribble, said, "But she did that and more. 
She had a lot of support, but I think she's 
the best player in the nation. 

"She put Clemson on the map in wom- 
en's basketball," Tribble added. 



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Bristol, a starting forward in 21 games, 
was the team's third highest scorer with a 
10.5 points per game average. She 
scored 22 points three different times this 
season. 

Lyerly, the starting forward in 21 
games, led the conference in assists, with 
179. 

"Jennie gave the team good leader- 
ship," Tribble said. "She was often over- 
shadowed by the others, but she did a 
good job." 

The three seniors will be missed next 
year, but according to Tribble their loss 
won't be critical. 

"We have some good players return- 
ing, and we look to have a great recruiting 
year. We've already signed some top 
players," she said with a smile that makes 
the future look very bright for Lady Tiger 
basketball. 

by Cindy Powell 



Barbara Kennedy puts up a jumper over a Ten- 
nessee Tech player. Kennedy was the leading re- 
bounder with 14 rebounds. 

Cissy Bristol shows the persistant defense the 
Lady Tigers had to put up in the one point win over 
Tennessee Tech (left). 

Though she played the whole season with a bad 
knee, Mary Anne Cubelic averaged better than 16 
points a game, (below left). 

Coach Annie Tribble presents Barbara Kennedy 
with a personalized Clemson basketball after their 
last home game as senior teammates Jenny Lyerly 
and Cissy Bristol look on. (below). 







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207 



Clemson Soccer — 

Tradition 



A Proud 



Clemson head soccer coach Ibrahim 
M. Ibrahim had a dream when the 1981 
soccer season began for his Tiger 
booters. 

Ibrahim, who holds one of the best 
coaching records in the country in his 
sport, had dreams of a national cham- 
pionship. That dream has yet to become 
a reality. 

The Tigers returned to the national 
limelight during the 1981 season. Clem- 
son was ranked second in the nation for 
most of the season. 

Clemson returned to the top of the At- 
lantic Coast Conference soccer race by 
compiling a 5-1 conference worksheet. 
The ACC title was the ninth for the Tiger 
soccer team in the last ten years. 

Overall, Clemson grabbed 17 victories 



against only two setbacks. 

The Tigers returned to the NCAA play- 
offs with dreams of the elusive national 
crown but that dream was crushed early 
in the tournament by a talented Alabama 
A & M team. 

The season was not without its heart- 
aches and disappointments but 1981 
marked the return of Clemson soccer — 
a proud tradition. 

The Tiger booters began with two im- 
pressive road victories by downing Geor- 
gia State, 4-1 in Atlanta and annual pow- 
erhouse Appalachian State, 2-1 on the 
Astroturf of Boone, North Carolina. 

After crushing USC-Spartanburg, 
Clemson clinched two. ACC wins with a 
narrow 3-2 conquest of surprising Wake 
Forest and a 5-3 fight marred North Caro- 



lina State game in Raleigh. 

The Tigers returned home from the 
State game with a 5-0 overall mark and a 
2-0 record in the ACC. But, the first ex- 
treme test of the season was standing on 
the Clemson doorstep when the Tigers 
rolled back into town. 

Charlie Igwobi-Okoye prepares to pass cross- 
field. Igwobi-Okoye, a freshman back, will be a valu- 
able asset to Clemson's defense in the coming 
years. (Bottom Left) 

Donald Igwebuike dribbles upfield against the 
South Carolina Gamecocks Igwebuike scored 4 
goals for the soccer team. Igwebuike started for 
both the soccer and the football teams. (Top Right) 

David Barnfield, 16, passes in to a teammate. 
Barnfield played midfield for the Tiger soccer team. 
He is shown here using his powerful left footed shot. 
(Bottom Right) 




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Nnamdi Nwokocha, Clemson's All-American 
Striker takes a shot on the Carolina goalie. Clemson 
won the match 5- 1. Nwokocha was Clemson's lead- 
ing scorer with 2 1 goals. 



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The Duke Blue Devils, who ended the 
Tiger strangle hold on the ACC title during 
the 1980 season visited Riggs Field for a 
good, old-fashion, get after them soccer 
game. 

Both sides played tough defense and 
each managed a single goal in regulation 
time. In the first overtime period, Maxwell 
Amatasiro dribbled in towards the Devil 
goal, free from defenders, and drilled a 
30-yard shot that gave the Tigers a satis- 
fying 2-1 win and a measure of revenge. 

After the biggest win of the season, 
came the biggest loss of the season for 
Clemson. North Carolina upset Clemson, 
1-0 in Chapel Hill. It was one of those 
strange soccer games where one team 
plays one of its best games of the year 
only to lose to a team that makes the 
most of one of its few opportunities. 

After the loss to the Tar Heels, the Ti- 
gers returned to Riggs Field to take out 
their frustration on the South Carolina Ga- 
mecocks. The booting chickens never 
had a chance as Ib's Tigers steamrolled 
them, 5-1. 

Clemson hosted its two day tourna- 
ment the weekend after homecoming and 
the Tigers earned wins over South Florida 
and Cleveland State. 



With a 9-1 overall record and a high 
national ranking, Tiger soccer fans began 
to think that this could be the year that 
the national crown would come to Tiger- 
town. 

But, then disaster in a strange form 
struck. 

Twelve players quit the team because 
of the reinstatement of Sunday Nwoko- 
cha to the squad. The younger Nwokocha 
had walked off the team earlier in the 
season and the players that quit told Ibra- 
him that they simply could not trust him. 

With massive internal problems, the Ti- 
gers could have folded. But, to their cred- 
it, they did not give up. The team that was 
left rallied around their head coach and 
began to play inspired soccer. 

Nnamdi Nwokocha, Clemson's all-time 
leading goal scorer with 68, began to play 
a larger role as he scored in every one of 
the ten remaining games. 

The true unsung hero for the Tigers dur- 
ing the turmoil was goalie Jay Thomas. 
Thomas, having completed a career as an 
All-American fencer at Clemson, an- 
swered an emergency call from Ibrahim to 
mind the nets for the Tigers. He respond- 
ed with goal play that led to six shutouts 
for the Clemson defense. 



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Despite the team problems, Clemson 
managed to beat Davis and Elkins and 
Jacksonville. 

After intensive negotiations before the 
Erskine game, ten players including strik- 
er Mo Tinsley and goalie Sean Burke, re- 
turned to the team. 

The Tiger team was now back together 
and ready to drive for the national title 
after they polished off the remainder of 
their regular season schedule. 

Clemson had an eight game streak 
where it outscored opponents, 26-0. The 
largest margin of victory during the im- 
pressive streak was a 6-0 mauling of a 
hapless Pfeiffer squad. 

A win over Furman gave Clemson a 14- 
1 overall record and only one road trip 
remaining to clinch the ACC title. 

Mo Tinsley and Donald Igwebuike celebrate after a 
goal was scored in the Tiger-Gamecock match. 
Clemson was 18-2 overall in 1981 and 5- / In ACC 
play (Top Left) 

Tom Gibbons makes a sliding tackle against a 
Wake Forest player Clemson defeated Wake Forest 
3-2 in an ACC conference match. (Bottom Left) 

Mo Tinsley battles for control of the ball in the 
Clemson-Carolina game Clemson outscored its op- 
ponents 58- 14 during the 198 1 season. (Right) 



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Rafael Achibp manuetvers past a Gamecock play-,- 
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Clemson took the crown with a red 
card filled win over Maryland at College 
Park and an overtime win at Virginia. 

Ib's booters closed the regular season 
with a 3-0 operation on Emory. 

With a 17-1 overall record, Clemson 
waited patiently for a chance to seek Ib's 
goal — a national title. 

Clemson received a bid, one of four 
handed out in the Southern Region, and 
the first round opponent was a familiar 
one to the Tiger booters. 

North Carolina State furnished the op- 
position on a sunny Wednesday after- 
noon. Nnamdi Nwokocha, Donald Igwe- 
buike and Matthew Amatasiro tallied a 
goal a piece against the Wolf pack to lead 
Clemson to a 3-1 win. 

Igwebuike pulled an "Obed Ariri" by 
playing midfield for the soccer team and 



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long distance field goal kicker for the na- 
tionally ranked football team. 

In the Southern final, Clemson faced 
another internationally dominated team 
as Alabama A & M furnished the opposi- 
tion. 

A & M was the final hurdle the Tigers 
had to clear in order to play for the 
East Region championship and a 
chance to advance to the Final Four in 
Palo Alto, California. 

The final score was 2-1 in favor of A 
& M but that was no indication of the 
agony and ecstacy that occurred during 
the contest. 

A & M jumped on top early with a 
breakaway goal with just a few minutes 
gone in the first half. Clemson had oppor- 
tunities on top of opportunities to score in 
the first half but nothing was going into 



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the net for the Tigers. 

Finally, midway through the second half 
on a throw-in, Tinsley headed to Nnamdi 
Nwokocha who headed the ball past the 
A & M goalie to tie the game at 1-1. 

Neither team could score in the final 
twenty minutes so the squads went into 
overtime. 

The A & M goalie, who hurt his ribs 

Nnamdi Nwokocha, Clemson's All American 
striker, taps a ball during the Carollna-Clemson 
game. Nwokocha started all 20 games for the Tigers 
in 1981 (Top Left) 

Mo Tinsley chases a ball during the Duke-Clemson 
game. Tinsley scored one of the two goals for Clem- 
son The Tigers won the match 2- 1. (Top Right) 

Donald Igwebuike put the ball past a Jacksonville 
player. Igwebuike scored 1 of Clemson's 2 goals 
and shut out Jacksonville 2-0. (Bottom Right) 



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David Barnfield manuevers past a Gamecock 
player Clemson players had a total of 40 assists 
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214 — SPORTS 



near the end of regulation time, was 
forced to continue because his team did 
not have a substitute. Clemson could 
smell victory. 

But, the A & M defense stiffened and 
the Tigers never really had a chance to 
challenge the hurting goalie. Every fan in 
the crowd could feel the goalie's pain as 
he continued to play despite his injury. 

After two sudden death overtimes, the 
score was still 1-1 so the teams went to 
the third extra period. 

With a little less than six minutes left in 
the third overtime, Tiger cheers turned to 
tears. 

A & M drilled the ball past a diving 
Sean Burke and Clemson's season was 



over. A & M 2, Clemson 1. 

Several Tigers remained on the ground 
like soldiers shot in battle. The end came 
as a shock because it happened so 
quickly. 

The loss to A & M was the greatest 
disappointment of the season. Clemson's 
national title hopes would have to remain 
on the shelf for at least another season. 

1981 will be remembered as the sea- 
son lb and his booters gained revenge on 
the rest of the college soccer world. How- 
ever, the cry for the national title will have 
to wait until next year. 

Tiger soccer fans can hardly wait. 

by Cobb Oxford 



Arthur Ebunam rockets the ball downfield. 
Ebunam plays mldfield for the Tigers and started all 
20 games. 

Arthur Ebunam saves a from going out of bounds 
in the Carolina Gamecock game. Half of Clemson's 
opponents were shut out in their 20 game season. 

Rafael Achibo passes into the middle during the 
Pfeiffer game. Clemson defeated Pfeiffer by a score 
of 6-0. the largest victory margin of the year. 




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SPORTS — 215 



For most of the Tiger ballplayers, China's Dr. Moo 
was the largest human being they had ever seen. 
Marvin Key and Horace Wyatt would agree. 

Every international athletic event features an ex- 
change of gifts. Here, Chris Dodds gives away a 
Tiger souvenir. 

Every precaution against potential danger was 
taken by tournament officials. Armed guards were 
positioned every five feet around the basketball 
court. 

Clemson, which represented the United States in 
the tournament, finished higher than any American 
team in eight years. 





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Tigers Bronzed In Brazil 




To represent the United States in an 
international competition would be the 
highlight of anyone's athletic career. 
Coach Bill Foster and his basketball Ti- 
gers got that honor last June when they 
participated in the FIBA World Cup 
Championships. 

Held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, a city of 
twelve million people, Clemson faced 
tough opponents from all corners of the 
globe. During the tournament, the Tigers 
tangled with teams from Brazil, Venezu- 
ela, Australia, Argentina, and one all the 
way from China. The China team featured 



a 7'8" center, known as Dr. Moo. 

Not only did the Tigers have to adjust 
to new and different teams, but they also 
had to cope with different rules. Players in 
international competition are allowed to 
goal tend. Also, the officials don't handle 
the ball in the backcourt, which results in 
a quicker-paced game. 

Clemson's opening round opponent, 
Real Madrid, had won the European 
Championship for the last three out of five 
years. The Tigers led by as many as 12 
points, but fell by a 115 to 109 score. 
Next on slate was China. Even Dr. Moo 



couldn't halt the Tiger charge as Clemson 
grabbed a 109 to 91 triumph. 

Against Venezuela, the team had their 
very own Tiger rooting section. Well, may- 
be it was only eight people, but to the 
team they sounded great. Hearing some 
Clemson cheers all the way down in Brazil 
was music in their ears. A 111 to 98 win 
put the Tigers in the winner's bracket. 

Playing the home team of Sirio was no 
easy chore. The coliseum was so loud 
and exciting that it was reminiscent of an 
Atlantic Coast Conference game. The Ti- 
gers played well, but lost by seven points. 



216 — SPORTS 




To the Brazilian natives, eleven tall men dressed in 
Tiger-paw outfits seemed a bit odd. 

Fred Gilham closes down on his man in the game 
against Sirio. The Tigers dropped the contest by a 
seven point margin. 

Horace Wyatt wails ro recieve his bronze medal 
during the awards ceremony. His excellent play led 
the Tigers to a 6-2 tournament record. 




Photos courtesy of sports information 



Clemson then grabbed two consecutive 
victories over a very aggressive Australian 
Argentina. 

To win a bronze medal, the Tigers had 
to win two games against the other Brazi- 
lian team, Francona. Clemson played 
tough under the pressure, winning both 
contests. Clemson's third place tinish was 
the best pertormance or an American 
team in eight years. 

After the championship game, there 
was an awards ceremony with much glit- 
ter and pagentry. Each Tiger went up and 
proudly accepted his bronze medal not 



only for Clemson, but for the United 
States. 

Besides basketball, the Tigers spent 
much of the time touring the city and the 
surrounding countryside. The shopping 
malls in Brazil are quite similar to those in 
the USA. However, as the Tigers 
shopped, the Brazilian people all stared 
at them, as if they were freaks. 

The Tigers also visited the University of 
Sao Paulo, rode the city subway, toured 
the various museums and churches, and 
went to one of the world's largest flea 
markets. Everywhere the players went 



they saw kids playing soccer. There were 
pickup soccer games on the side of the 
roads and even in the median of the high- 
way. Soccer is undoubtedly the biggest 
sport in Brazil. 

Overall, the Brazil trip was very suc- 
cessful. All of Clemson's players learned 
so much, both on and off the court. The 
experiences they had together as a team 
will not be soon forgotten. 

by Mike Carey 



SPORTS — 217 




Mike Puldy 

Greg Guin maintained a perfect 1.000 fielding 
average at first base throughout the season. 



218 — SPORTS 





Marty Evans 

Frank Ruas slides headlong into second base to 
avoid the tab by a Citadel player, (top left) 

Like a rocket, Jimmy Key launches one tor the 
Tigers. His homerun against Wake Forest kept 
Clemson alive in the ACC tournament, (top right) 

Mitch Wilson, a freshman from Iva, SC, sneaks 
back to first base against Georgia Southern, (left) 



Gunter Wiedemann 



Tigers Overcome Doubts 



Every year, it seems, veteran coach Bill 
Wilhelm expresses doubts about how 
good his team will be, and every year 
opposing coaches do not believe him. 
Wilhelm, in 24 years, has never had a 
losing season, and he has eight Atlantic 
Coast Conference titles, 10 appearances 
in the NCAA playoffs and five trips to the 
College World Series to his credit. But in 
1981, it looked like Wilhelm was just 
blowing smoke. 

At the end of the 1980 season, the 
Tigers had lost seven players, including 
three starting pitchers, to the pro draft, 
and with two seniors, four juniors, 15 
sophomores, and seven freshman on the 
1981 roster, the Tigers were definitely 
lacking in experience. There was a huge 
question on everyone's mind as the team 
headed down I-26 for an opening date at 
the Citadel — could this team play base- 
ball? 

Wilhelm's team answered that question 
quickly as they pounded out 14 hits 



against the Bulldogs. Freshman outfielder 
Jay Fulton, on his first career at-bat blast- 
ed a home run over the left center-field 
fence to lead the Tigers to a 6-0 win. The 
next day, the Tigers won again, 6-3, to 
sweep the series. 

The young Tigers' inexperience soon 
showed, however, as the team lost five of 
six games, including two one-run games, 
on an extended road trip to Florida and 
south Georgia. The only highlight of the 
trip was sophomore pitcher Jeff Gilbert's 
one-run, six-hit performance in the 6-1 
win at Waldosta State. The Tigers then 
outlasted Georgia in Athens by a 19-16 
score. 

The Tigers won their home opener by a 
close 7-6 score over Western Carolina 
when Frank Russ scored the winning run 
on Bob Pauling's single with two out in 
the bottom of the 10th inning. The Tigers 
won six of the next seven games, includ- 
ing back-to-back wins over previously un- 
defeated ACC foe, Duke. 



There is an old saying in baseball — 
you win some, you lose some, and some 
get rained out. That is exactly what hap- 
pened during the course of the Tigers' 
spring break trip as the club beat Francis 
Marion and Winthrop, which was Wil- 
helm's 600th career win, split with UNC- 
Wilmington and East Carolina, lost two 
conference games to Wake Forest and 
North Carolina, and got rained and 
snowed out at NC State. 

April Fool's Day saw the Tigers jell as a 
team with a 6-4 win over Georgia Tech. 
From that point, the Tigers won 16 out of 
their last 23 games, including eight of 10 
conference games to win the regular sea- 
son ACC title. 

After the win over Tech., Clemson 
dropped two games to arch-rival South 
Carolina in Columbia, but then came 
home to beat Wake Forest 6-5 on Jay 
Sexton's hit which drove in pinch-runner 
Mitch Wilson in the bottom of the 11th 
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SPORTS — 219 



Tigers Overcome 

Georgia Tech on the road, the Tigers re- 
turned to Athens for the rubber game of 
the season series with the Bulldogs. 
Freshmen catcher-designated hitter Coe 
Brier hit a grand-slam in the fifth, then a 
solo roundtripper in the sixth, and Greg 
Guin, who had a perfect 1.000 fielding 
average at first base for the season, also 
hit a home run. Those homers were not 
enough, however, as the Bulldogs won 
22-20. 

The team returned home to face NC 
State in a double-header for first place in 
the ACC race. Jeff Gilbert gave up only 
two hits as he got his sixth win in the first 
game, and Jimmy Key scattered six hits 
and catcher Cavid Lemaster hit a two-run 
homer for a 2-0 shutout in the nightcap. 
The Tigers avenged their earlier loss to 
North Carolina the next day winning 6-2. 

It was baseball, hot dogs, and apple pie 
as ARA services had a special food pro- 
motion for South Carolina's visit to Clem- 




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Caught sleeping oft first base, this Tar Heel gets 
picked off by pitcher Glenn Gallagher. 



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Craig Roberson heads back to the dugout after 
popping out. His play at third base was top notch all 
season long, (opposite page) 

Frank Russ avoids an inside pitch against North 
Carolina. The sophomore from Charleston played 
second base for the Tigers, (top) 

Keeping his eye on the ball and out of the sun, 
sophomore Steve Van Dyke makes the play, (left) 

In order to play ball, Clemson 's team needed assis- 
tance from people like Jackie Voegelein, who served 
as a ballgirl. (right) 



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SPORTS — 221 




Senior Mike Mahoney was the only first team All- 
ACC selection on the Clemson squad. His heroics in 
the ACC tournament gave Clemson the champion- 
ship, (top left) 

Coach Bill Wilhelm directed a very young Clem- 
son team to the NCAA playoffs for the tenth time, 
(top middle) 

Clemson'a 1981 baaeball team will most be re- 
membered for the amount of determination and 
heart they showed, (top right) 

Solid defense waa the name of the game for the 
Tigers. Here, Bryan Smith completes a double play 
against Georgia Southern, (right) 



Gunter Wiedemann 



Tigers Overcome 



son. The baseball was the best part, as 
neither team committed an error and the 
Tigers won in the bottom of the 11th on 
an old-fashioned squeeze play with bases 
loaded. 

At Maryland, home runs were more the 
rule than the exception. In the two game 
set, four Tigers hit 10 homeruns. Left 
fielder Mike Mahoney, the only starting 
senior on the field, in one game hit two, 
right fielder — designated hitter — first 
baseman Bob Pauling hit two, second 
baseman Frank Russ came back from a 
wrist injury with three homers and six runs 
batted in. Craig Roberson, the team's 
home run leader, with 12, also had three 
home runs with six RBI's. Roberson was 
the only player to play in all 56 games and 
he set the school record for most doubles 
in a season with 19. Maryland also hit 10 
home runs and swept the two games 21- 
1 1 and 10-6. Clemson captured the regu- 
lar season league title by taking two 
games from Virginia. 

Clemson looked like anything but the 
top-seeded team as it took 10 innings to 
squeeze past lightly-regarded Georgia 
Tech. in the ACC Tournament. Duke sent 



the Tigers into the loser's bracket with a 
walk and a tripple in the bottom of the 
ninth inning to win 1-0. Jimmy Key hit a 
one-out home run in the bottom of the 
10th to beat Wake Forest 6-5 in the los- 
er's bracket game. 

Clemson turned a 1-0 deficit into a 7-4 
win over the homestanding and undefeat- 
ed Tar Heels to stay alive in the tourna- 
ment. The Tigers eliminated Duke later 
that night, 9-2 and that set the stage for a 
Clemson-North Carolina rematch for the 
tournament title. 

Before a crowd of 4,000, the Tigers 
came down to their last at bat before 
pulling out a 7-5 win. A single and two 
walks loaded the bases in the top of the 
ninth when Mike Mahoney, a 26-year-old 
Navy veteran and the only Tiger to be a 
first-team AII-ACC selection doubled in 
the left centerfield alley to score all three 
runners. Greg Guin, who had moved to 
the mound from first base at the start of 
the seventh, sat the Tar Heels down in 
order in the last of the ninth in order-4© 
preserve the win. 

After their amazing drive for the confer- 
ence title, the Tigers were idle for nearly a 



month waiting for the NCAA regionals. In 
a move that suprised everyone, Clemson 
was again selected as the site of the At- 
lantic Regional. Clemson faced a Wichita 
State team with a .385 team batting aver- 
age in the first round. The Tigers looked 
like they had not played in a month and 
they lost 7-2. East Tennessee State elimi- 
nated the Tigers the next day, 2-1. 

Clemson's 1981 baseball team will not 
be remembered for great power hitting, 
as in 1979 when Clemson hit a school 
record 84 home runs, or for great speed 
on the basepaths, or even for superior 
defensive play. The 1981 team will, how- 
ever, be remembered for the amount of 
determination and heart they showed in 
turning around an 18-15 record at mid- 
season into a 32-24 mark for the season, 
an Atlantic Coast Conference title, and a 
host berth in the NCAA Atlantic Regional. 

by Jeff Rhodes 



222 — SPORTS 




Charles Hucks 




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Gunter Wiedemann 

Against NC State, Jimmy Key scattered six hits en 
route to a 2-0 shutout and a first place spot in the 
conference race, (bottom left) 

Jimmy Key 'a veraatility was a big plus in the Tiger 
attack. When he was not pitching, he was either 
playing in the outfield or hitting homeruns. (bottom 
right) 



Richard Baldwin 



SPORTS — 223 




Greg Collins 



224 — SPORTS 



1982 Women's Volleyball 

UNC-Asheville Invitational (Champions) 
N.C. State Invitational (Champions) 
Carolina Classic (second) 
Lady Seminole Invitational (second) 
Maryland Invitational (fourth) 
ACC Tournament (third) 
Quad-Match USC (first) 
Tennessee Invitational (third) 




Spikers Meet With Success 



Richard Baldwin 



The 1981 Tiger Spikers started their 
rollercoaster season oft by winning two 
consecutive tournaments and seven 
straight matches. Linda Copeland's team 
defeated South Carolina on September 
12 to capture the UNC-Asheville Invita- 
tional. They then moved on to the N.C. 
State Invitational which was one of the 
best performances for the Tiger Spikers 
all season. The team overtook N.C. State 
to place them in the finals against Miami 
Dade Community College. 

The rollercoaster then took a downfall 
as the Lady Spikers entered the Carolina 
Classic. Losses to Georgia, North Caroli- 
na and N.C. State forced Clemson to set- 
tle for a second place finish. 

The Lady Spikers then rebounded by 



defeating the Lady Bulldogs of Georgia 
15-2, 8-15, 15-12, 15-10. The next tour- 
nament was the Lady Seminole Invita- 
tional in which they took second place. 

The Maryland Invitational probably pro- 
vided the stiffest competition all season. It 
was there that the squad dropped 3 of 
their 16 losses at the hands of American, 
Temple and the host team, Maryland. 

The team managed a third place finish 
with three victories over Virginia, Wake 
Forest and Maryland. The Lady Spikers 
fell to N.C. State and North Carolina at 
the ACC tournament at Raleigh. 

Before entering the Tennessee Invita- 
tional held in Knoxville, the Tiger Spikers 
had a four game winning streak in which 
they defeated arch rival South Carolina, 



Francis Marion and the College of 
Charleston. In the Tennessee Invitational 
the team recorded victories over Eastern 
Kentucky and South Carolina and losses 
to Tennessee and South Carolina. 

The Tiger Spikers concluded the sea- 
son with a 34-16 slate. 

Jill Mixon 

Judy Shackfield leaps to block a shot during a 
volleyball match in Jervey Athletic Center (left). 

Lisa Harbison spikes a ball against the Georgia 
Lady Bulldogs. The Tiger spikers finished the season 
wit ha 35- 16 record (top). 

Standing (I to R): Donna Townsend. Lynn Osborn, 
Carol Hitrik, Judy Sackfield, Angle Valentine, Ann 
Baker, Lisa Harbison. Sitting: Kim Johnson, Cathy 
Myers, Elizabeth Latto. Cyndi Graf, Jeanne Mastel- 
lone, Tris Miketa. (below) 




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Scoll Harke 



Swimmers Finish In Top Of ACC 



The men's swimming team finished 
third behind North Carolina and NC State, 
while the women took fourth place in the 
ACC meets held at Charlottesville, VA. 
Clemson ended the season with an 8-3 
record in dual meets in men's competi- 
tion, while the women were 4-5. 

Four men led the way for the Tigers at 
the ACC meet. All four of them qualified 
for the U.S. Nationals in April. Keith Em- 
ery placed well in three events at the ACC 



meet. He was in the top six in the 50 free 
style, the 100 free style and the 100 fly. 
He competed in those events at the U.S. 
meet, also. 

Neil Brophy placed well enough in the 
800 free style and the 1650 free style to 
qualify in those events, while Steve Shine 
also qualified in the 1650. Coy Cobb 
qualified in the 100 backstroke and was 
the only backstroker to qualify. The 400 
medly relay, the 400 free relay and the 



800 free relay teams also qualified. 

The Lady Tiger Swimmers were led by 
Robin Zubeck and Callie Emery at the 
ACC meet. Zubeck won a third in the 200 
breast stroke, and Callie Emery came in 
fourth in the 100 free style. Both swim- 
mers qualified for the women's NCAA 
meet in Gainesville FL, held in March. 
Cappy Craig was the only individual 
champion for Clemson at the ACC wom- 
en's meet as she took both diving events. 



226 — SPORTS 



Ed Jolley arches during a dive from the one meter 
board. Jolley set a 1 98 1 best of 329. 78 points in the 
three meter dive against North Carolina (opposite). 

A Clemson swimmer lunges off the blocks during 
a home meet. The mens finished the season with an 
8-3 record. The Fike natatorium in the swim team 
home lanes (left). 




Scott Harke 



SPORTS — 227 



Field Hockey Team Ranked Tenth 




all photos by Mark Bailey 



1981 Field Hockey 

Clemson vs. Opponent 

13 Georgia Club 

2 3 Temple 

4 2 Widener 

2 West Chester St. 

9 Davidson 

8 Catawba 

1 Pfeiffer 

2 1 Converse 

2 1 Pfeiffer 

1 2 Trenton State 

3 Longwood 

1 Virginia 

3 1 William & Mary 

4 1 Duke 

2 1 North Carolina 

3 Appalachian State 

2 3 St. Louis 

3 1 Virginia Tech 



Nancy Nelson struggles with an Appalachian 
Slate player for control of the ball. Nelson scored 
twice against ASU (top) 

Barbie Johnson prepares to drive in a score 
against Appalachian State. Johnson was the lead- 
ing scorer of the year with 24 points (right). 



228 





Head Coach Joanne Baines and assis- 
tant Vicki Hawkins led the 1981 women's 
field hockey team to a 14-4 record. This 
equals the most wins ever in a season at 
Clemson. At season's end, the Lady Ti- 
gers were ranked 10th in the nation, just 
two places short of allowing the club to 
continue the season through post-season 
play. 

The season began on September 13 
with a 13-0 thrashing of the Georgia Club. 
In the next match, the Lady Tigers 
dropped a 2-3 decision to highly regarded 
Temple. The Lady Tigers then began a 
seven-match win streak. Widener College 
became the first victim, losing 4-2. The 
Lady Tiger Club then shut out their next 
four opponents: West Chester State, 2-0; 
Davidson, 9-0; Catawba, 8-0; and 
Pfeiffer, 1-0. The Lady Tigers next trav- 
eled to Converse and took the match, 2- 
1. 

On October 10, the Lady Tigers partici- 
pated in the Virginia Tech Invitational and 
came away with a third-place finish. In the 
tournament the club claimed wins over 
Pfeiffer, 2-1, and Longwood, 3-0. The 
lone loss came at the hands of Trenton 
State, 1-2. 

The Lady Tigers then went on a tough 
road trip from which they returned with 
one win and one defeat. Top-20 member 
Virginia captures a 1-0 victory over the 
Lady Tigers. The next day the club trav- 
eled to William and Mary, another top-20 
member, and defeated the William and 
Mary squad, 3-1. Coach Baines said, "It 
was an extremely physical and mental 
match, and I felt that we were physically 
and mentally ready. 

The Lady Tigers then defeated Duke, 
4-1; North Carolina, 2-1; and Appala- 
chian State, 3-0; before dropping a 1-2 
decision to St. Louis. The club concluded 
the season with a 3-1 victory over Virginia 
Tech. 

Co-captains Carol Luce and Lynn Can- 
non provided strong leadership both on 
and off the field. Junior forward Barbie 
Johnson became the first field hockey 
player at Clemson to win All-American 
honors. This season Johnson led the 
team in scoring with 24 goals, and fresh- 
man Clarke Jones was second with 11. 
Cannon and team MVP Luce lead the 
squad with eight assists on goals. Goal 
Keeper Donna Cowart recorded 104 
goalie saves. 

Blaines and Hawkins agreed, "The key 
to our season was team unity. We learned 
to play with cohesion this year, Naturally 
we had individual standouts, but all the 
girls played toward a common goal." 

by Jill Mixon 

A Clemson player drives the ball down field as 
she is persued by Appalachian State players (top). 

Joanne Eilbeck maneuvers past a Davidson op- 
ponent in a home meet, Clemson shut out Davidson 
9-0 (left). 

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Outstanding Senior Athletes 



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Barbara Kennedy, senior forward on the Clemson Women 's Basketball team 
sings the national anthem for the men's game after her last home game. 
Kennedy's finished her career as Clemson 's all-time leading scorer, Wade Tro- 
phy finalist, and was preseason and post-season All-Amencan 





Gunter Wiedemann 



Jeff Davis, linebacker for Clemson's national champion football team, ac- 
cepts awards during a ceremony held to honor the football team. Davis was 
named to 5 Ail-American teams, was ACC player of the year, was the defensive 
MVP for the Orange Bowl game and was selected for Shrine and Olympic Gold 
Bowls. 



SPORTS — 231 




Wrestlers Finish Third In ACC 



The Clemson wrestling team finished its sea- 
son with a 18-6 overall record and third in the 
ACC. 

Leading the tiger grapplers were Todd Sterr, 
Steve Babyak, and Bob Isola. Sterr, weighing in 
at 1 18 pounds, won the ACC title in what was 
considered to be the most competative division 
in this year's tournament. Babyak and Isola 
were defeated in the finals, making Sterr the 
only individual champion for Clemson. Babyak, 
a sophomore from Ohio, lost to Buddy Kerr of 
Virginia by a score of 8-3 in the championship 
match of the 142 lb. division. Isola lost to Tab 
Thacker, NC State's heavyweight champion, 
who pinned him in 2:25 of the first period. Sterr 
represented Clemson in the NCAA tournament. 
He was a welcome surprise at the end of the 
year and finished the season with a 31-12-1 
record. Steve Babyak set a Clemson wrestling 
record with 36 wins in the 142-lb. division as he 
finished with a 36-7-1 mark. Mike Bell won 32 
with a 32-9-1 ledger at 150 lbs. and Chris Bo- 
janovic was 31-10-1 at 158 lbs. Bob Isola had 
the best record from a winning percentage 
point of view as he was 27-5-1 for the season, 
including 16-1-1 in dual meets. 

The Tigers were 18-6 in dual meets, a record 
for victories in a season. They won 13 of their 
last 14, losing only to North Carolina and NC 
State. 

Overall, Wade Schalles' team had an excep- 
tional season, and with so many of his top 
wrestlers returning, next year should"be even 
better. 





Clemson Wrestling 




Clemson vs. Opponents 


19 


20 


UT-Chattanooga 


47 





Wright State 


49 





Waynesburg College 


26 


10 


Cleveland State 


8 


39 


Oklahoma State 


29 


17 


Hofstra 


8 


30 


Cal Poly 


32 


9 


Morgan State 


18 


20 


Old Dominion 


40 


4 


Jacksonville St. 


42 


7 


Norfolk State 


40 


8 


Carson Newman 


49 





Central Florida 


22 


19 


UT-Chattanooga 


34 


8 


Duke 


10 


25 


North Carolina 


23 


18 


Virginia 


47 





Georgia Tech 


42 


6 


George Mason 


60 





Morgan State 


25 


19 


Maryland 


23 


18 


Kentucky 


25 


16 


Appalchian St. 


9 


32 


NC. State 



232 — SPORTS 



by James Teaster 




all photos by Andy Smith 



Todd Sterr (18 lb. class) attempts to force his 
Georgia Tech opponent over in a home match. Sterr 
finished the regular season with a 28- 12- 1 overall 
record (far left). 

Steve Babyak (142 lb. class) prepares his next 
move against his opponent. Babyak holds the high- 
est overall record this season of 34-6- 1 (left). 

Paul Francis (134 lb. class) grips his opponent in 
the match against Georgia Tech. Clemson shut out 
Georgia Tech 47-0 (below). 




233 




Foilsman Terry Kramer maneuvers against his 
Wolford opponent in a meet against Duke and Wof- 
ford (top). 

Quinn Selsor prepares to defend a charge from a 
Duke sabvesman The Sabre Team has ted Clemson 
all season and ended with a 129-24 record (above). 

Fencing Coach Charlie Poteat talks with the Wof- 
ford women 's coach at the meet against Duke and 
Wofford. This is Poteat's eighth season with Clem- 
son (right) 

A Clemson epeeisl lunges to score against a Duke 
opponent The Epee Team finished the season with 
a 1 10-43 record (top right) 



234 M'OHl', 




Charles Hucks 



Swordsmen Continue Winning 



The fencing team at Clemson has not 
received near the attention that sports 
such as football or basketball have re- 
ceived, but the Tiger swordsmen have 
quietly gone about building one of the 
best winning records of any team at this 
school. 

Over the last six years, the fencing 
team has compiled a near incredible team 
mark of 83 wins and only 13 losses on 
their way to two Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence Championships and one South At- 
lantic Regional Title and three appear- 
ances at the national championships. 

The 1981-82 season was also a good 
one for eighth year coach Charlie Poteat, 
as his Tigers ran up a dual meet record of 
14-3, most of which were road victories. 

The Tigers opened the season at Ra- 
leigh, NC, where Clemson beat NC State, 
21-6, and Duke by a 23-4 count. The 
sabre team of senior Mark Wasserman 
and juniors Quinn Selsor and Mark 
Pochler all went 6-0 in the two matches to 
lead the team. 



The next day in Chapel Hill, NC, the 
Tigers ran their record to 4-0 with victo- 
ries over ACC foes North Carolina and 
Virginia. Clemson beat the Tar Heels by 
an 18-9 score, as All- American epreesist 
Jay Thomas and foilsman Ed Gartner 
both went 3-0 to lead the team. Five dif- 
ferent fencers went 3-0 to allow the Tigers 
to coast to a 25-2 win over the Cavaliers. 

The swordsmen then traveled north for 
the majority of their schedule. At the Ath- 
letic and Convocation Center at Notre 
Dame, the swordsmen beat Purdue 25-2 
before falling to the Irish 14-13. Only 
Wasserman and Thomas finished 3-0 in 
that meet. 

The next day in Chicago, Clemson beat 
Wisconsin-Parkside, Northwestern, Illi- 
nois-Chicago Circle, Wisconsin-Madison 
and Milwaukee Area Tech, before the Ti- 
gers fell to top ranked Wayne State in a 
tight 15-12 meet. The sabre team once 
again paced the Tigers, going 47-7 in the 
six matches. 

Four days later, the Tigers overcame 



ice and several cases of flue to beat Wil- 
liam Patterson and Rutgers before losing 
to Princeton, 18-9. The loss to Princeton 
was the worst defeat Clemson has been 
saddled with in five years. 

Clemson finished the dual meet season 
with home wins over Duke 24-3, and Wof- 
ford, 21-6. In both meets, the sabre team 
scored 9 victories. The epee team of 
Thomas, Steve Dzincielewski and Bill 
Shuford finish 8-1 against Duke and the 
foil team of Gartner, Jerry Kramer, Guy 
Johnson, Dvorak Franco Andy Harrison, 
and Jay Williams went 7-2 against Duke. 
Both the epee and foil teams finished 6-3 
against Wofford. 

Even though the Tigers lost three meets 
in 1981-82 (the most losses in three 
years), the year will be remembered as 
another great athletic triumph for Clem- 
son. Even though the fencers don't get on 
national TV, they are a major part of 
Clemson's new athletic tradition. 

by Jeff Rhodes 



SPORTS 



235 



Men's C.C. — The Tradition Grows 



Cross country coach Sam Colson is 
rapidly building a national power at Clem- 
son and 1981 saw the Tigers continue to 
make noise on the ACC, as well as the 
national, level. 

Clemson opened the season with a 23- 
38-64 win over the Clemson Track Club 
(composed of former Tiger runners) and 
the University of Georgia. The current Ti- 
gers took 6 of the top 1 1 spots to coast to 
victory. 

Three weeks later, All American Hans 
Koeleman took the individual title in a tri- 
match with Furman and Tennesse in a 
time of 23:32.7. The Tigers ran their re- 
cord to 2-0 as they won 23-32-82 over 
second place Tennessee. 

On Halloween, Clemson claimed its 
second straight ACC crown, as Julius 
Ogaro, Koeleman, and Haughey swept 
the top three players. They were all 
named to the All Conference Team at the 
ACC Championships at Duke University. 

Clemson qualified for its second 
straight trip to the NCAA Championships 
by taking third place in the District III meet 
at Furman. Koeleman, Haughey and 
Ogaro were named to the All District 
team. 

The Tigers did not run as well as Colson 
thought they could at the national cham- 

all photos by Bill Spltzer 



pionships, but the men finished in ninth 
place nationally. Haughey, Koeleman and 
Ogaro again paced the Tigers. Jim Cod- 
dington, lain Campbell, David Kirh and 
Bob Sams all finished in the top 200 run- 
ners. 

With the ACC Championships, 2 top 10 
finishers in the nationals and all of the 
runners returning next fall, Clemson cross 
country, already earning quite a reputa- 
tion, will be quite strong again next sea- 
son. 

by Jeff Rhodes 



Julius Ogaro outlasts a Tennessee runner at the 
finish of the Furman meet. Ogaro was named to the 
all district team, (below) 

Jim Coddington and a swarm of opponents round 
a curve at the District III meet, (bottom) 

lain Campbell grimaces with fatigue at the end of 
a grueling cross country race, (top left) 

Hans Koeleman leads the pack at the start of the 
District III meet at Furman (top). 

Jim Haughey out last his opponent in a meet. 






SPORTS — 237 



Tigers Rise To National 

Ranking 



The 1981 tennis season marked an- 
other year of excellence in the Clemson 
Tennis teams' rise to national promin- 
ance. Under the direction of head 
coaches Chuck Kriese and Mary King, the 
Tigers continued in the winning ways that 
placed both teams in the top ten national 
rankings a year ago. Hard work and dedi- 
cation on the part of the coaches and 
players alike, which transformed once 
dismal programs into twin powerhouses, 
have once again paid off. 

Women's 

Heading into the 1980-81 tennis sea- 
son, the Tigers faced what seven-year 
coach King called, "probably the tough- 
est collegiate schedule in the country, 
certainly the most demanding in Clemson 
history." But King was optimistic because 
she felt she had the best Clemson lineup 
ever. 

After finishing a perfect 8-0 fall season 
and second in the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence tournament, the Lady Tigers had a 
team of seasoned veterans on the roster. 

Coach King's expectations were met as 
the Lady Tigers broke into the top nation- 
al rankings. The number nine spot is the 
highest ranking a Clemson women's ten- 
nis team has ever had. They compiled an 
overall 28-7 record including victories 
over the University of North Carolina, the 
University of South Carolina, the Universi- 
ty of Georgia, Vanderbilt, and San Diego 
State. 

After completing the regular season 
with a 23-5 slate, the Lady Tigers faced 
the University of South Carolina in the 
AIAW State Tournament. Clemson took 
the championship from the Gamecocks 
by a 7-2 score. From the state champion- 
ship, Clemson traveled to Lexington, Ken- 
tucky for the AIAW Regionals. With victo- 
ries over Vanderbilt, the University of 
South Carolina, and the University of 
North Carolina, the Lady Tigers grabbed 



the tournament championship. Clemson, 
the Region II champions, automatically 
qualified for the Nationals in Tempe, Ari- 
zona. 

In the first round, the Lady Tigers de- 
feated San Diego State, 5-4. Next up was 
UCLA, the eventual national champions. 
Clemson fell to the Lady Bruins in a hard 
fought match, 7-2. The Tigers then 
moved into the consolation bracket 
where they fell to the University of Texas 
by a 6-3 count. Coach Mary King praised 
the play of seniors Susan Hill and Susan 
Rimes. "They are both very determined, 
experienced players," added Coach 
King. 



Hill and Rimes will be missed greatly 
during the '81-'82 season. Hill was unde- 
feated in the conference and the region, 
and she was Atlantic Coast Conference 
champion for four years. 

The '81-'82 Lady Tigers will be a young 
team with three freshmen playing in the 
top six. Jane Forman, Jody Trucks, and 
Jennifer Hirsh are the top three players on 
the squad. The women netters opened 
the fall season at the University of South 
Carolina Invitational where they defeated 
LSU and.Georgia before losing to the Uni- 
versity of South Carolina in the finals. The 
Tigers were also victorious over Furman. 

The Lady Tigers set some high goals 




238 — SPORTS 




Jane Neville and Melissa Seigler discuss a fellow 
team member's serving technique during their after- 
noon s practice session. 



SPORTS — 239 



Tigers Rise 



Men's 



for themselves going into the '81-'82 sea- 
son. They included going undefeated in 
conference play and to win the Atlantic 
Coast Conference Championship for the 
first time. Coach King stated, "As a result 
of being ranked in the top ten, we've had 
a lot more endorsements and been invited 
to more tournaments, including the Nike 
tournament in March which includes only 
the top eight teams in the nation." As the 
season progresses and experience is 
gained, the Lady Tigers should prove to 
be top contenders again in 1982. 

By Louise Ferguson 



Being placed number eight in the coun- 
try can be considered a tough act to fol- 
low. Not so for Coach Kriese and his Tiger 
squad. It's merely another challenge, and 
they are more than up to it. 

Kriese began the season with the goal 
of winning the Atlantic Coast Conference 
title in all nine positions and finishing as 
one of the top four national squads. He 
prepared to meet these goals by stressing 
preparation and attitude. The Tiger's suc- 
cess can also be attributed to the fact 
that the team practices with high intensi- 
ty, owing to Kriese's philosophy that 
matches are initially won on the practice 
court. 



Clemson again dominated the Atlantic 
Coast Conference, posting a spotless 7-0 
record against conference foes. The Ti- 
gers have won three straight Atlantic 
Coast Conference regular season titles, 
and the last two conference tournaments. 
Clemson has maintained a 19-0 record in 
Atlantic Coast Conference regular season 
matches, with their last conference loss 
being in 1978. In this year's tournament, 
Clemson won five singles titles and one 
doubles title. The Tigers posted three in- 
dividual champs, Jean Desdunes at num- 
ber-three singles, Rick Rudeen at num- 
ber-five singles, and Peter Pristach at 
number-six singles. 




240 — SPORTS 




Richard Baldwin 



SPORTS — 241 



The team's accomplishments are even 
more noteworthy when their entire season 
is taken into account. The Tigers have a 
10-6 mark against ranked teams, and all 
but one of their losses were at the hands 
of teams ranked in the top five. Going into 
the NCAA tournament, the Clemson net- 
ters posted a 29-6 overall record, with a 
14-1 slate at home and a 10-2 mark on 
the road. Such an impressive season has 
given the squad a .827 winning percent- 
age for the last three years. 

After starting the season with two 
through defeats, the team played consis- 
tently tough and never lost a tournament 
by more than one match. The drive con- 
tinued and the Tigers went into the Atlan- 
tic Coast Conference tournament with a 
12-match winning streak on their hands, 
the team's peak match was against Geor- 
gia on the bulldog's home court. Clemson 
came away with a 6-3 victory, and was 
led by strong performances from Pender 
Murphy and Jean Desdunes. 

The NCAA tournament in Athens, 
Georgia saw the Tigers threatening for 
the national championship. Their threat 
was short-lived however, as the Tigers 
tied Southern California 3-3 in singles, 
and dropped out after a 2-3 defeat in 
doubles. 

Leadership for the 1981 Clemson 
squad was found in Pender Murphy, the 
lone senior on the team. Murphy moved 
into the number-one spot after Mark 
Dickson was injured, and played there 
during the last eight regular season and 
Atlantic Coast Conferences tournament 
matches. He recorded an 8-3 slate during 
the season and set the record for match- 
es played in a single year, 51. Murphy is 
the Tiger's all-time leader in career singles 
victories with 142, and he currently holds 



Jennifer Hirsh demonstrates intense concentra- 
tion by keeping her eye on the ball as she prepares 
for a backhand (this page). 

Jody Trucks stretches for an overhead shot in a 
match against Furman (opposite) 




David Ingram 



242 — SPORTS 




David Ingram 



SPORTS — 243 



an Atlantic Coast Conference record with 
a 29-match winning streak. He was also a 
1980 All-American. 

Jean Desdunes, one of the Tiger's Con- 
ference champs, added spark to the team 
by winning his last eleven matches in a 
row, and 18 of his last 19. Desdunes fin- 
ished the season with a 37-12 mark, hav- 
ing led the team in game winning percent- 
ages. The Tigers will be posting a strong 
team in 1982 as junior Mark Dickson, 
sophomore Peter Pristach, and freshmen 
Richard Akel, Rick Rudeen, and Greg 
Cooper return. 

The rapid success of the Tiger Tennis 
program lies in the determination and 
dedication of head coach Chuck Kriese. 
His six years at Clemson from Atlantic 
Coast Conference obscurity to total 
dominance. His work has brought Clem- 
son its best tennis record ever, and made 
Clemson a national powerhouse. Kriese 
has led the Tigers to their only prestigious 
NCAA tournament appearances, and he 
has coached the squad to their only At- 
lantic Coast Conference Championships. 

Kriese's deep-rooted background in 
the game and his dedication to his players 
make him a coach to be contended with 
for season to come. In recognition to his 
coaching excellence, Kriese was named 
Coach of the Year in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference, and Coach of the Year by 
the Southern Professional Tennis Associ- 
ation. However, the ultimate award was 
given to him as his fellow coaches all over 
the country chose Coach Kriese as the 
National Coach of the Year. Kriese was 
also picked to head coach America's Ju- 
nior Davis Cup team for the second 
straight year. It is such credentials, plus 
the potential of the hard-working players, 
that makes the Clemson Tigers one of the 
top tennis teams in the nation. 

By Daryl Moore 



Rick Rudeen, a freshman from Tampa, Florida, has 
already become a success on the Tiger team In the 
first 10 ACC matches he played, in he won nine 
(above) 




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National Champions: 1981 



Optimism was the general feeling when 
the Tigers gathered in mid-August to be- 
gin practice tor the 1981 season. 

1980 had been a year of disappoint- 
ment for the Tigers who had racked up a 
4-1 record in the first half of the season 
before losing four of their last six games. 
But the time for making excuses about 
youth and inexperience was over, and the 
Tigers were ready to prove themselves. 

No one, not even the most avid Clem- 
son fan nor the most optimistic player or 
coach, ever dreamed of the heights the 
Tigers would achieve in 1981. No one, 
that is, except George Dostall, the 
strength training coach, whose unbeliev- 



able prediction of "1 1-0 and Nebraska in 
the Orange Bowl" would ultimately come 
true. 

The season began on Sept. 5 at home 
in a game against the Wofford Terriers 
from nearby Spartanburg. Wofford, an 
NAIA member, was a hurry-up replace- 
ment for previously scheduled Villanova, 
who had dropped their football program 
that spring. Everyone expected the Tigers 
to blow the Terriers out early, but Wofford 
had a different idea. 

Clemson fans watched anxiously with 
memories of the 1980 season on their 
minds as the Terriers dominated the first 
20 minutes of play and the first quarter 



ended in a 3-3 tie. It wasn't until the sec- 
ond quarter, when quarterback Homer 
Jordan threw an 80-yard touchdown 
bomb to wide receiver Perry Tuttle, that 
the game began to resemble the one- 
sided battle it was supposed to be. Clem- 
son went on to score five more touch- 
downs and the Terriers scored one in the 
fourth quarter to make the final score 45- 
10. 

The next week found the Tigers in New 
Orleans, La., ready to play the Tulane 
Green Wave in the Superdome. Thou- 
sands of Tiger fans took a fall holiday and 
headed to New Orleans, and for three 
days Bourbon St. was painted orange 




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Richard Walkup 




Opening every home game, the Tigers traditional- 
ly run down the hill just before the coin toss. This 
year's Wake Forest game was held on Halloween 
which explains the Tiger-pumpkin mascot. (Top 
Left) 

Fullback Jeff McCall manuvers through an open- 
ing in North Carolina's defensive line. McCall was 
the leading rusher against UNC with 84 yards and 
had the only touchdown of the game. (Far Left) 

William Perry and Hershel Walker battle for a fum- 
ble in the Georgia game. Georgia's nine turnovers 
during the game played an important role in their 
defeat (Above) 

Bill Smith, Defensive end. out hustles UNC 
blockers in Chapel Hill. Smith returned to the Clem- 
son line up after recovering from a knee injury. (Left) 



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and Tiger Rag could be heard every- 
where. 

The Tiger offense was not in a festive 
mood, however, and it was the defense 
that gave Clemson a 13-5 victory over the 
Green Wave and a 2-0 season record. 
The Tigers had problems early with Tu- 
lane taking a 5-0 first quarter lead on a 
field goal and a safety. It wasn't until the 
second quarter that the Tigers were able 
to regroup and score the game's only 
touchdown on a four-yard run by Cliff 
Austin. 

Clemson added Bob Paulling field 
goals of 31 and 37 yards in the final quar- 
ter to give the final 13-5 score, but the 
Tiger offense sputtered throughout the 
game. It was the defense, holding the 
green Wave to 40 yards rushing and 137 
yards passing, that assured a Clemson 
victory. 

The defending national champion 
Georgia Bulldogs came to Clemson on 
Sept. 19 with high hopes of repeating 
their national championship in 1981. 

Again it was the defense that made the 
difference, as the Tigers forced nine 
Georgia turnovers, including three by All- 
American Hershel Walker (who fumbled 
only once his entire freshman season), 
giving Clemson a 13-3 victory. An inter- 




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ception by Tim Childers in the second 
quarter set up the game's only touch- 
down, an eight-yard pass from Jordan to 
Tuttle. Donald Igwebuike, Obed Ariri's Ni- 
gerian replacement and another member 
of the soccer team, kicked a 39-yard field 
goal before the half to make the score 10- 
0. 

Georgia made a short comback in the 
third quarter when it cut the lead to seven 
following a 40-yard field goal, but a 29- 
yard boot by Igwebuike in the fourth peri- 
od assured the Tiger win. 



The Tigers made their debut in the na- 
tional polls following the win over Geor- 
gia, ranking 18th in the United Press In- 
ternational poll and 19th in the Associat- 
ed Press poll. 

Following an open date, the Tigers trav- 
eled to Kentucky for their first television 
appearance of the season. The Tigers, 
now ranked in the nation in both polls, 
were completely shut down by the Ken- 
tucky defense in the first half. However 
the Tiger defense was up to par, and 
Clemson went into the locker room trail- 



ing only by three. 

An inspired Tiger offense came out in 
the second half, and for the first time all 
season, showed reason for its preseason 
optimism. The Tigers took the second half 
kick off and drove 83 yards for a touch- 
down, with Kevin Mack getting the last 1 1 
yards. The Tigers added another touch- 
down in the third quarter and a third in the 
fourth to make the final score 21-3. 

Following the victory over Kentucky, 
their fourth straight, the Tigers moved into 
the top- 10 for the first time in three years, 




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Richard Baldwin 




All-American Perry Tuttle performs one of his 
trademark catches against Maryland Tuttle had two 
receptions in the game to become Clemson's all 
time reception leader (opposite left) 

All ACC, offensive tackle Lee Nanney glares into 
the face of a Wake Forest defender. Numerous 
Clemson records were broken during Clemson's 
trouncing of Wake Forest, (far left) 

Billy Davis, the sure-handed punt return specialist, 
handled the ball 57 times this season and fumbled 
only once (above left) 

Chuck McSwain dives over the Wake Forest de- 
fensive line for one of three touchdowns he scored 
during the game, (left) 

A swarm of Tiger defenders descend on a Ken- 
tucky Wildcat. The Clemson defense allowed only 
8.2 points per game this year, (above) 



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Champions 

ranked ninth in the AP poll and 10th in the 
UPI poll. 

Clemson opened its Atlantic Coast 
Conference schedule with a homecoming 
game against Virginia on Oct. 10. The 
Cavaliers had not beaten the Tigers in 20 
attempts and 1981 was no different as 
the Tigers recorded their first shut-out of 
the season, 27-0. 

Igwebuike's 22-yard fieldgoal and a 42- 
yard touchdown run by Austin gave the 
Tigers a 10-0 halftime lead, and Clemson 
added two more touchdowns in the third 
quarter and a field goal in the fourth to 
make the final tally. 

The Tigers, then 5-0 in the regular sea- 
son and 1-0 in the ACC, climbed to sixth 
and seventh in the nation, according to 
AP and UPI, respectively. 

Clemson, with its new found offense, 
continued its winning ways the next week 
when it traveled to Durham, N.C., to meet 
and defeat the Duke Blue Devils, 38-10. 




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The Tiger offense had its most produc- 
tive first half of the season to date, with 
touchdown runs by Brendon Crite, Austin 
and Jordan and a Field goal by Paulling. 
Meanwhile the defense was holding Duke 
to a field goal. In the second half Clemson 
added two more touchdowns, but the Ti- 
ger defense loosened up a little to allow 
the Blue Devils a touchdown — the first 
against the Tigers since Wofford scored 
seven in the first game of the season. 

Clemson was ranked fourth in the na- 
tion according to the AP poll and fifth 



according to UPI. 

The seventh game of the season on 
Oct. 24 resulted in a seventh straight vic- 
tory, this time 17-7 over the NC State 
Wolfpack. The Wolfpack struck first early 
in the first quarter on a 13-yard run by 
Larmount Lawson — the first rushing 
touchdown of the season against the 
stingy Tiger Defense. Clemson answered 
with an Igwebuike 39-yard field goal and 
then took the lead for good in the second 
quarter on a one-yard dive by Austin. Jeff 
McCall locked up the game with a 15- 



yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. 

The Tigers received their highest rank- 
ing ever following the victory over the 
Wolfpack, moving to third in the AP poll 
and fourth in the UPI poll. 

Halloween was no treat for the Wake 
Forest Demon Deacons when the Tigers 
played all their tricks on them for an 82- 
24 victory in Death Valley. It was the 
greatest offensive day in Tiger history, as 
the Tigers set 10 Clemson records and 
tied three others, broke four conference 
records and three stadium records. 




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Dale Hatcher, Tiger freshman punter, averaged 
43.2 yards per punt in 198 1, the third best average 
in Clemson history, (opposite left) 

Donald Igwebuike tallies up a field goal against 
Virginia. Igwebuike hit seven out of thirteen field 
goals during the season, (far left) 

Johnny Rembert, linebacker, returns an intercep- 
tion against Wake Forest. This season was Rem- 
bert' s first with Clemson after transferring from a 
junior college in Kansas, (above) 

Homer Jordan fades back to pass against Duke in 
Durham Jordan completed 55.2 percent of his 
passes this season, (left) 



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Clemson had 536 yards rushing and 
756 yards total offense, and nine different 
players scored including three touch- 
downs by Chuck McSwain and two by 
Austin. 

The Tigers met eighth-ranked North 
Carolina in front of a television audience 
on Nov. 7 for the ACC clash of the year. 

After a scoreless first quarter, UNC 
went out in front on a 22-yard field goal, 
but Clemson took the next kick-off and 
drove 81 yards for a touchdown and a 
lead it wouldn't relinquish. McCall went 
the final seven yards for the touchdown. 
UNC blocked a Clemson punt for a safety 
with less than a minute to go in the half to 
make the score 7-5. 

Clemson and UNC traded field goals in 
the third quarter, but it was superb de- 
fense that again pulled Clemson through. 
Twice the Tar Heels moved inside the 
Clemson 10-yard line and twice came 
away with only three points, and with Jeff 
Bryant recovering a incomplete lateral 
pass with 57 seconds remaining in the 
game to sea the Tiger win, 10-8. The Ti- 
gers took over second place in both polls 
following the victory. 

The tenth game of the season found 
Clemson at home facing the ever-worri- 
some Maryland Terrapins and with a 
chance to win sole possession of the ACC 
crown. Maryland had won eight of its last 
nine games against Clemson, but things 
were different in 1981 as the Tigers won 
21-7 for their seventh ACC title. 

Jordan completed 20 of 29 passes for 
270 yards and three touchdowns for his 
best game ever. Tuttle caught two of 
those touchdown passes to become 
Clemson's all-time reception leader, and 
Jerry Gaillard caught the third. The Tigers 
remained ranked number two in the na- 
tion following the win. 

Nov. 21 found Clemson facing archrival 
South Carolina for the state champion- 
ship. 

USC scored the first touchdown of the 
game early in the first quarter, but the 
Tigers bounced back after Rod McSwain 
blocked a Gamecock punt and Johnny 
Rembert fell on it in the end zone for a 
touchdown. Clemson added three more 



The Jordan-Tuttle connection proved very suc- 
cessful in 198 1. This pass occured in the Maryland 
game which clinched the ACC title for Clemson. 
(Opposite Left) 

Perry Tuttle, showing his finess at the diving 
catch, scores against Georgia. Tuttle holds nine of 
Clemson's receiving records. (Left) 

Junior Quarterback Homer Jordan calls the sig- 
nals in the game against the Tarheels. The Clemson 
offense controlled the ball for more than half of the 
game in 10 of its 1 1 regular season games. (Above 
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touchdowns and a field goal, and the de- 
fense allowed USC just one more score in 
the opening minutes of the third quarter 
to give Clemson a 29-13 victory and brag- 
ging rights for another year. 

Following the USC game, the Tigers 
were 11-0 (their first undefeated season 
since 1948), ranked second in the nation 
in both polls, and headed for an Orange 
Bowl date with Big Eight champion Ne- 
braska. They had done all they could to- 
wards winning a national championship. 

The next weekend number-one ranked 
Pittsburgh lost to Penn State, leaving 
Clemson as the only undefeated team in 
the country and heir-apparent to the 
number-one ranking. 

The national championship was now 
within reach, but the Tigers would have to 
wait until the Orange Bowl for a chance to 
grab it. 

By Cindy Powell 

Brad Fisher, offensive tackle, charges off the line 
in the Maryland game. Through the efforts of the 
offensive line, Clemson averaged 454 yards per 
game this year offensively, (above) 

An estatic offense swamps Homer Jordan after a 
touchdown in the game against archrival South 
Carolina, (right) 



MAY BERRY 




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254 — SPORTS 



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Orange 



Bowl: 1982 





Only a few teams ever get the chance 
to play for the national championship and 
usually the same small group of football 
powers win it year after year. But in 1981 
it was Clemson's turn to stand up and be 
recognized. The 48th Orange Bowl 
against fourth-ranked Nebraska provided 
the chance. 

Nebraska won the toss and elected to 
receive. Three plays later, the opportunis- 
tic Clemson defense, led by noseguard 
William Devane, forced and recovered a 
fumble on the Nebraska 28-yard line. 
Several minutes later Donald Igwebuike 
kicked a 41 -yard field goal to give Clem- 
son a 3-0 lead. 

The Cornhuskers came right back on 
their next possession, however, and 
drove 69 yards in eight plays to take a 7-3 
edge. Nebraska scored on a 25-yard half- 
back pass that the Clemson defense read 
as run — the only "trick" play of the five 
that Nebraska was to try that worked. 

Later in the first quarter the Tiger de- 
fense backed the Cornhuskers up deep in 
their own territory. Following a quarter- 
back sack by Tim Childers, Nebraska was 
forced to punt and Clemson took over on 
the Nebraska 42-yard line. Five plays and 
21 yards later Igwebuike kicked his sec- 
ond field goal of the night to pull Clemson 
back within one, 7-6. 

The Tigers extended their lead to 12-6 
in the second quarter following another 
Nebraska fumble, this time recovered by 
Jeff Davis, an All-American who was later 
named defensive player of the game. 
Clemson took the ball over at the Nebras- 
ka 23 and seven plays later Cliff Austin 
scored on a two-yard run. The two-point 
conversion attempt failed. 

On their second possession of the third 
quarter, the Tigers put together an almost 



perfect drive that covered 75 yards in 12 
plays. All-American wide receiver Perry 
Tuttle got the touchdown reception, his 
eighth of the year and a school record. 

Meanwhile the defense was holding Ne- 
braska's offense — ranked number two 
in the nation in rushing — to just two first 
downs during the quarter. 

With 5:23 left in the quarter, it looked 
as though Clemson had the game locked 
up, and another field foal by Igwebuike, 
this one for 36 yards, seemed to seal the 
Cornhuskers' fate as the Tigers led 22-7. 

Nebraska was not through, however, 
and any early Clemson celebration ended 
when the Cornhuskers put together a rel- 
atively easy 87-yard drive that resulted in 
a touchdown and a two-point conversion 
to make the score 22-15. 

But the Tiger defense dug in and didn't 
allow Nebraska another first down. Mean- 
while the Tiger offense contributed by 
controlling the ball until only six seconds 
remained on the clock. Key in the final 
series was quarterback Homer Jordan, 
the offensive player of the game, who 
kept the Tiger offense alive despite suffer- 
ing from severe dehydration. 

In 1981, football's top dog was indeed 
a cat. 

by Cindy Powell 



William Perry blasts through Nebraska 's offensive 
line during the Orange Bowl Perry gave a sterling 
performance against Dave Rimington. the winner of 
the 198 1 Outland Trophy (upper left) 

Defensive end Bill Smith leads Clemson 's charge 
onto the field for the second half signaling the 
game's eventual outcome (left) 

Chuck McSwain barrels through the middle of a 
tough Nebraska defense for short yardage, (above) 



Accounting Club 




1st Row L to R: Rebecca Fennell. Janet Herdman, N/A, N/A. N/A. N/A. N/A, Beth Chapman, Laurie Port, 
Tommy Williams, N/A, N/A, N/A, Jimmy Wyclift. 2nd Row L to R: Bobby Peterson, Karen Watts, Preston Shealy, 
Jamie DeStefeno, N/A, N/A. N/A 



Agricultural Council 




1st Row L to R: Jim Lollis, Wayne Anthony. Glen Crowe. Georgette Perna (Secretary-Treasurer). Anne Richardson. Jett Lovin (Vice Chairman), 
lentry I >on Sloan (Faculty Advisor). 2nd Row L to R: Byron Neil. in, John Jett. Diane Sanders. Steve McGill, Elaine 
Rhetl Godfrey, Tom Cimino, Joseph F. Dickey (Faculty Advisor) 3rd Row I to R; Gary A Poole, Owen I Wallace, Richard Cappelmann. 
Phil Staggs, Waller Herron. John McGregor. Lane Jolley, Gracy Hartzoy. Tony Polk 



ESSli 'tJAl AND HONORARY 



Agricultural Economics Club 







1st Row L to R: Vivian Varin. Tim Chandler, Tommy Davis, James Johnson, Philip Rizer. 2nd Row L to R: Owen Wallace, George Davis. Carey Graham, 
Laurie Allen. Mark Metts, Jan Smoak. 3rd Row L to R: James Daniel, Dr. Larry Bauer, Dr. Ed Kaiser, Derrick Ivey, Dr. Stasson Thompson, Gebson 
Solomons. 



Agronomy Club 




1st Row L to R: Dr. Susan Wallace. Helen Legare. Kathy Stembach, Karen Neal, Elizabeth Nicholson. 2nd Row L to R: Rate Dixon, Fred Tritapoe. Tom 
Davidson, Skipper Brack, Rhett Godfrey, Lewis Cummings, Dr. Al Martini 3rd Row L to R: John Silvoy, Frank Love. William Hair, Danny Robinson, Grady 
Hartzog, Jody Martin, Robert Peeples 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 261 



Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Premedical 




1st Row L to R: Karla Storey, Rodney Reid, Keith Smith, David Corley. 2nd Row L to R: Jackie Emery, Julie Hendrich, Dave 
Nyczepir, Julia Henderson, Myron, Joe McElwee, Anne Cain. 3rd Row L to R: Karen Jarvis, Teresa Martin, Rayman Lee, Bert 
West, Robert Holcomb, Joseph Carter, Barry Davis, Randy Butler. 



Alpha Lambda Delta 

Freshman Honorary 




Identification found on page 555. 



262 -- PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



American Association Of Textile Chemists And Colorists 




Mf. 



1st Row L to R: Neil Calhoun, Keith Lang, Kathy Taylor. 2nd Row L to R: Jamie Layton, Kaman Zakaria, Don Alexander, Lederle Carroll, Terry Gilstrap, Doug 
McBurney, Judd Lusk, Donna Bryant, Rick Rollins. 



American Ceramic Society 




1st Row L to R: Beth Benson (Vice President), Jean Clinton, Teresa Mayfield (Treasurer), Barbara Feldhacker, Pam Paxton, Jill Faris, Kath Anderson. 2nd 
Row L to R: Mitchell Snider, David Spaunburgh (Secretary), Bill Dennis, Loyde Carpenter, Tanya Bradby, Kurt Waldhauer. 3rd Row L to R: Phil Payne, Thett 
Prince, Carey Towe, Susan Whitlaw, Timothy Jones. 4th Row L to R: Wayne Tolbert, Allen Gunter, Jim Juggs, Steve Wormser, Mide Harrison. 5th Row L to R: 
Bret Chapman, Dale Kendrick, Scott Hmte. 6th Row L to R: Fred Dantzler (President), Alan Jackson, Tim Northern. 



PROFESSIONAL & HONORARY — 263 



American Chemical Society 




1st Row L to R: Dr. Carl Bishop (Advisor), Donna Jackson, Rena Lineberger, Vicki Bryan, Robin Sims (Secretary). Jay Hanna (President). 2nd Row L to R: 
Rod Hunt, John Hall, Diane Hermann, Helena Corradi (Vice President), Mark Kidd (Treasurer), Jeff Weinrach 



American Dairy Science Association 




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McGregor, Mike Plemmons, Bart Farrison, Dwight Moore, Hal Arant, John Jett, George Tupper. 



264 - PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



American Institute of Architects 




1st Row L to R: Don Garber. Mike Brickie. Ron Denton, David Hill. David Taylor, Harry Bolick. Tim Hullihan, Michael Tierney. 2nd Row L to R: Clark 
Templeton, Jill Corry, Wayne Rogers. Stuart McCormick, Scott Baker, Thomas Burr. 3rd Row L to R: Glenn Bethel. Charles Nuldrow. Larry Davis, Benton 
Rudolph, Susan Cole. Michael Murphy. John Clayton, Bobby Grayson, N/A, Brad Smith, Peter Weiner. 4th Row L to R: Karen Daisly, Pat Campbell. Dan 
Mace, Lori Nobert. Dee Dee Christophor. Jeanette Alexander, Bill Goudelock, Lisa Wiginton, Jim Brown, Butch Birchfield" John Martschink. 5th Row L to R: 
Becky Wiegman, Melinda Thompson, Susan Degregory, Jody Alexander, Molly Scanlon, Mary Jane Campbell, Lynn Brown, Robin Quinn, Athena Hassiotis, 
Margi Stivers. 6th Row L to R: Bill Cheney, Scott Kilgore, Todd Reichard, Doug Sheorn, David White. Dwayne Fisher, Ricky Tisdale, Brian Wood 



American Nuclear Society 




1st Row L to R: Ann Price, Noland Suddeth, Carrol Lepting, Prof. OK. Rozy (Advisor). 2nd Row L to R: Kenneth M. Nelson (President), Jefl Willis, Jimmy 
Duncan, Bobby Hunter, Mark Merting. 3rd Row L to R: Kenny Robertson, Carl Price, Joe Tedder, Kenny Bunto, N/A. 4th Row L to R: N/A, N/A. 



PROFESSIONAL & HONORARY -- 265 



American Insitute Of Chemical Engineers 



Seniors 




Kneeling L to R: Van Mattison, Chriss Mills, Derrill Schumbert, Maurice Gambell, John Schrader, Scott Culbertson, Russ Huxford, Don Brushwood, Mike 
Steele, Lonnie Jones, Lee Hardin, Mike Thompson, Paul Bell. 1st Row L to R: Davis Clark, Larry Good, Ken Robertson, Norman Fox, Bob Schavey, Terri 
Whittle, Ann Price, Debbie Cook, Ceciel Boynton, Linda Hayes, Pricilla Hill, Bob Sullivan, Ben Robinson, Paul Schreuders. 2nd Row L to R: Mark Weining, 
John Odom, Jeff Honkonen, Tony Rogers, Carl Price, Stuart Van Meter, Matt Middlebrooks, Joe Tedder, Susan Riordan, Karrie Jo Robinson, Ken Fergeson, 
Bob Pappur, Mark Dubois, Dale Blakely, Wendell Holmes, 3rd Row L to R: Ken Nelson, George Hills. Bruce Babb, Frank Lamson-Scribner, Mark Ansley, Jeff 
Harding, Mark Wallace, Jim Potente, Bill Rion, Rick Elder, Steve Burtner, David McQuire, Hu Merek, Kevin Arledge. 



Underclassmen 




1st Row L to R: Larry Good, Mike Steel, Russ Huzford, Mark Wallace, Ken Robertson (President). 2nd Row L to R: Linda Gibberson, Cynthia Holmes, Daffy 
Neel, Jack McGlocklin, Ken Nelson, Denise Bastion, Bubba Aughtry, Ann Price, Karrie Jo Robinson, Pricilla Hill. 3rd Row L to R: Dale Poser, N/A, Billy Sint, 
Bob Pappus, John Timpleton, Steve Stovall, Chriss Mills, N/A, Stuart Van Meter, Eddie Johnson, Jim Bowyer. 3rd Row L to R: David Bell, N/A, Phil Batchlor, 
N/A. Andrew Kiester, N/A, Lee Harding, Susan Riordan (Vice President), Jeff Willis, Jeff Hardinf, Erik Domineek, David Holt, Steve Burton, Dr. Rice 
(Advisor), Kenneth Gandy, Phillip McGraw. 



266 -- PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



American Society For Personnel Administration 




1st Row L to R: Randy Elrod (Vice President), Alan Lumpkin, James Craig (Vice President), Donna Choplin (President), Judy Medlock (Secretary), Lisa 
Hancock (Treasurer). 2nd Row L to a: Tim Hutchinson, Mary Macfarlane, Nancy Hammond, Anne Hartzog, Rose Marie Higginbotham, Janice Nance, Wayne 
Morris. 3rd Row L to R: Perry Willis, Craig Bennett, Bruce Kelly, Ron Patton, Diane Tillison, Susan Hill, Cindy Harlin, Amy Smith. 4th Row L to R: Colonel Tom 
Maertens (Advisor), Trip Arnett, David Simmons, Tim Swygert, Roe Inman, Lee Ann Gardner, Charlise Way, Alice Maertens. 

American Society Of Agricultural Engineers 




1st Row L to R: Lowell Carter, Steven P. Harvey. Richard Armstrong, Neil James. 2nd Row L to R: Marc Connelly, Steven N. Boyd, Michael K. 
Bomgardner, Tammy Dwozan, Joey Wilson, Dan Tighe, Gary Poole 3rd Row L to R: Dell Dorrah, Brian Ramsey, Brian Cribb, Scott Lawson. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 267 



American Society Of Civil Engineers 

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1st Row L to R: Alan Townsend (Vice President). Alan Lumpkin (President), Lee Parker. 2nd Row L to R: Ken Burger. Ray Meeker. David Dallas 
(Secretary/Treasurer), Paul Boyer. 



American Society Of Mechanical Engineers 




1st Row L to R: Frances Parker, Ron Rolle, Rajiv Dubey, Jeff Gilstrap, Richard Thomson. Jeff Leithauser, David Rowland 2nd Row L to R: Max Hipps, Mark 
LeGrand, Jack Church, Gary Hayden, Mike Jernigan, Katrina Baldwin, R.S. Figliola, Bob Norris. 3rd Row L to R: Doug Dorow, David Warren, Walter Russell, 
Danny Duckworth. Scott Sommerfeld, William A. Adams, Arvind Chetty. 4th Row I to R: George Reynolds, Matt Holtzer, Bruce Warthen, Jay Williams, 
Dennise Jackson, Raymond Hicks, Richard Jackson, Kevin Wicker, Noel Chapman, Tom Epting. 5th Row L to R: Jimmy Cogburn, Mike Cromer, Jay 
Vaughan, Mark Sweatman, Keith Mattison, Pat Smith, Randy Johnson, Joe Seay, Jerry Whitley, Craig Burghardt, Tom Hipp. 6th Row I to R Mark Merting, 
Carrol Epting, Mike Davis, Jimmy Duncan, Gary Wortkoetter, Doug Webb, Bruce Cerveny, Richard M. Baldwin. 7th Row L to R: Kent Walters, Paul Wisnewski, 
Robert Mims, Tom diStefano. 

268 — PROFESSIONAI AND HONORARY 



American Society Of Safety Engineers 




1st Row L to R: Page Ramsay. Meg Langston. Coy Baker. 2nd Row L to R: Paul Peterson (Advisor). Becky Rash. Lacy Wilson. Mark Oldham. Shettyl Schultz 
(Advisor). 



Association For Computing Machinery 




1st Row L to R: Bill Dean. Lora Davis. James Loser, Kevin Erskine. Denise Rodeschin, Jim Zetwick, Alicia Thieker, Prof. Herb Krasner. 2nd Row L to R: Dr. 
Harold Grossman. Mike Bethea. Lanie Jordan, Lewis Eptmg. Vivian Wyndham, David Miller. Terri McCall, Beth Flowers, Trina Harkness. 3rd Row L to R: 
Stephen Shine, Michael Miller, Ted Byrd, Randy Cox. Geoff Alexander, Cathy Frazier. Anne Mundy, Clifton James, Chris Rogers. 4th Row L to R: Joan 
Bnttain, Donna Bair, Judy Niver. Charlie Allen, Melissa Britton, Keith Park. Alfred Foster, Steve Williams. Kathie Prescott. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 269 



Biochemistry Club 




1st Row L to R: Scott Leach, Kim Walker, Francis Clemo, Susan Blackman, Jennifer Opitz, Andy Hutto, Mike Murray, Bert West. 2nd Row L to R: Peter 
Westfall, Eva Price, John Hall, Kurt Gleichauf, Dave Latorra, Jeff LaFaber, Gary DuBose, Jay Hanna, Dr. Zimmerman, Don Ridgell 




1st Row L to R: Joe Glass. Keith Kirkland, Jeff Hardwick, Archie Barron, John Gilpin, Bill Beaver, Jeff Randolph 2nd Row L to R: Michielle Hopkins, Page 
Ramsey. Libby Trotter, Cindi Jones, Gwen Logan, Janet Helms, Lederle Carol, Shame Bait 3rd Row L to R: Jeff Wolla, Brian Wood, Weldon Sims. David 
Reed, Reid Tribble, Robert Felkel, John Pettigrew 4th Row L to R: Jeff Bennett, Doug Gray, Charles Bumgardner, Chase Foster, Tom Daspit, David deBorde. 



270 — PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Block And Bridle 




PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY - 271 



Botany Club 




1st Row L to R: Starla Yount, Dr. Sharon Miller, Meg Sloan, Meg Langston, Alston Hodge, Caroline Douglass, Butch Hendrix, Dr. John Fairey. 2nd Row L to R: 
David Harshman, Steven Starnes, Peter Westfall, Finian Makapugay, Dr. J.B Whitney, Janet Baker, Carol Weeks, Myra Thompson, Ed Swails 



Collegiate Future Farmers Of America 




1st Row L to R: Kirby Player, Nancy Gentry, Jody Martin, Byron Nolan 2nd Row L to R: Brian Dorn, Baron Scaroborough, Jay Copeland, Jim Adams, David 
Lockwood, Russ Carter, Al Gray, Barry Burdette, Chris LeMarster, Pat Sullivan, Barry Hawkins, Jim Daniels (Advisor), Stephanie Edge. 



272 -- PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Chi Epsilon 

Civil Engineering Honor Fraternity 




1st Row L to R: Ben Dysart, Margaret Markey. Allison Ranson, Jack McCarthy, Dr. Anand (Faculty Advisor), Sheron Grippin, Wanda Short, Traci Carek, 
Kenneth Holseberg, Greg Zielinski. 2nd Row L to R: Jerry Goodpaster, Dr. Keinath, Jef< Winchester, Diane Lotermoser, Terry McCraw, Jean McCool, Janice 
Woodard, June Opitz, Kathy Ford, James Lanier, Gary Biddiscombe, 3rd Row L to R: J James Mayes, Jeffrey Roberts, Sam Phlegar, Lee Parker (Pres.), 
Peggy Burati, John Murden, Jamie Wright, Janis Parham, Mike Reid, Glenn Page 4th Row L to R: Brian Chambers, Lucky Johnson, Tony Cox, Martha Jones, 
Steve Gofotth, Mark Cain, Greg Corley, Troy Rosier, Roger Reid, Joe Ballard. 5th Row L to R: Darren Tanner, Stuckey Stoudemire. Joey Fersner, Chase 
Foster, Parrick Fourspring, Duane Greene, Joe Ervin 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 273 



Clemson Graphic Arts Society 




1st row L to R: Jerry Howell (President), Nancy Alemi, Brenda Bridges (Treasurer), Martha Campbell. Roger Grippe, Mandy Heins. 2nd row L to R: 
Scott Williams. David White, Ted King, Steven Harper (Vice President). Alicia Heins. 



Clemson University Society Of Black Engineers 




1st row L to R: Sarah Roberson, Barbara Williams, Karrie Jo Robinson, Wanda Short. Patricia Harris. 2nd row L to R: Kenneth Mitchell, Connie 
Rollinson. Sandra Pitts, Michael Ferguson, William McColl, Shirley Turner, Cassandra McClellan, Thuane Brackington. Mamie Thomas 3rd row L to R: 
Anthony Byrd, Wayne Tolbert, Charles Hill. Doug Hall, George O'Neal, Eric Brown, Michael White, Herman Perry, Shelia Thornton, Dr. Robert Snelsire 
(advisor), Heugette Bostic. 



274 PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Cooperative Education Club 




1st row L to R: Cristy Sark (secretary/treasurer), Barbara Williams, Jeffery Simmons, Bill Harley. 2nd row L to R: Andy Smith, Charles Dukes, Elaine 
Gilmer (vice president). Barbara Robnett, Chris Thompson. 3rd row L to R: Edwin Rumsey (advisor), Bert McTier (president), Mike White, Toshio Seo. 



Council For Exceptional Children 




1st Row L to R: Beth Johnston. Patty Truax. Pam Gilmer, Tammy Porter, 2nd Row L to R: Vereen, Barron, Martha Hite, Sherry Jamisen, Lisa Nichols. 
3rd Row L to R: Alyssa Jones, Karla Daniel, Lisa Mitchell, Roxie Fisher. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 275 



Delta Sigma Nu 

Health 




1st Row L to R: Kathy Heinsohn, Tammie Carroll, Deborah Mimms. Karla Storey (Secretary), Jackie Emery (Vice President). 2nd Row L to R: Joel Kidd, 
Marion Williams, Rayman Lee, Lou Ann Elder, Deborah Wasserman, Lawrence B. Afrin. 3rd Row L to R: Joe A. Martin, David Hamilton, Carolyn Schanen, 
Todd Hunter, Mark Taylor, Bill Wyeth. 4th Row L to R: Dr. Burtner, Gregg Nobles, Rob Tracy, Lora Davis, Sylvia Johnson, Nick Ulmer. 5th Row L to R: 
Emily Link (President), Shawn Mullen (Treasurer), Edward Mims Bryan. 



Entomology Club 




1st Row L to R: Melanie Martin, Dr. Raymond Noblet, Dr. Jewel Jordon, Dr. Ted Adkins, Dr. Edwin King, Dr Randy Griffin, Dr Sid Hayes, Randy Simpson, 
Dr. Merle Shepand. N/A, Maxie Nolan, Greg Payne, Jeff Brushwein, Peggy Sieburth, Dr Tom Brown, Leslie Schimmel, Dr. John Morse. 2nd Row L to R: 
Joe Vorgetts, Steve Horosko, Steve Hamilton, Mile Jones, Ralph Holzenthal, Randy Martin. 



276 -- PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Finance Club 




1st Row L to R: Don Wiggins (Advisor), Perry Woodside (Advisor), Anne B. Lewis, Connie Lister, Debbie Wiggins (Secretary), Mirenda Brown (Correspon- 
dence Secretary), Shannon Smith (Vice President), Anne Sherer, Laura Crawtord, Angela Boiter, Kathy Shealy. 2nd Row L to R: Sally Morgan (Vice 
President), Brad Gregory, Cathy Young, Carla Collins, Beverly Smith, Mary Alice Rose, Greta Copeland, Lena Hester. 3rd Row L to R: Stephanie Spence, 
Patty Wyant, Cheryl Haigler, Julie Hebbard, Annette Smith, Alan Armour, Lisa Brown, Mary Ann Hoss, Julie Harner, Sallie Hunter, Patti Dericks, Catherine 
Bowman, Mark Stephan. 4th Row L to R: Richard Sprawls. Donald Bray, Gilles Cote, Eddie Galloway, Sherrill Bullock, Frances Nettles, Charlise Way, Taletha 
Rogers. Kathy Unger, Elizabeth Daniels, Joan Edwards, William Berry. 5th Row L to R: Pat McNamara, John Stephens, Bart Carson, Bill Foster, Dennis 
Harvey, Marvin Bales, Don Reeves, John Arledge. Dana Ratchford. Chris Faile. Dee Sandifer. 6th Row L to R: Brian Thiel, James Clay, Deborah Walls, Jimmy 
H. Wickliffe, Michael Lawson, Brian Westover (President). 



Food Science Club 




1st Row L to R: Suzanne Linahan, Georgette Perna (President), Pat Epper, Ed Riba, Louise Ferguson, Chris Gagne. 2nd Row L to R: Don Burge, Milton 
Lowry, Ray Lundy, Jeff Nichols, Ajit Tiwari, Scott Donnelly (Jr. Advisor). 3rd Row L to R: Lori McWilliams, Susan Clayton (Secretary), Denise Daly, Debbie 
Smith (Treasurer), Cindy Jamison, Don Witherspoon, Jim Aeton (Advisor). 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 277 



Forensic Society 




1st row L to R: Andrea Eaton, Lynn Sadifer, Paige Harrell, Jane Opitz. 2nd row L to R: Russel S. Button, Glenn Elliott, Rene Josey, E.L. Taylor 
Bernard K Duffy (advisor). 



Forestry Club 




1st Row L to R: Preston Fout, Nancy Braid, Catherine Metz, Ana Almeida, Carol Payne, Deana Smith, Stephanie Livingston, Anne Margaret Hughes. 2nd Row 
L to R: Dr. Frank Tainter, S.J. Lupfer, Bo Howard, Julie Giordano, Diane Sanders, Amy Fore, Susan Keels, Terry Masher, David Mills. 3rd Row L to R: Rossy 
McCurry, Wayne Anthony, Tim Hahn, Chuck Keating, Laura Barston, Elizabeth Crane, Chris Burns, Anne Fries. Brad Sanders, Bob Boeren, Kyle Kelton. 4th 
Row L to R: Jeff Carpenter, Brett Hughes. Bert Sweeny, Tim Davis, Ted Webster, Jim White, Mac Altman, Jim Short, Lowe Sharpe, William Sligh, Chris 
McSpadden, Ward Gatlin, Tom Paschall. 



278 — PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Geology Club 







1st Row L to R: Taffy Fox, Brian Hughes, JoAnn Boyes. 2nd Row L to R: Rich Hill, Kathy Goggins. 3rd Row L to R: Kendrea Coates, George 
Springstan, David Campbell, Tracy Davis. 4th Row L to R: Wes McCall, Al Quarles, Mike Brock, John Schenkowitz. 



French Club 




1st Row L to R: Olga Hassiotis, Constance Paris (Treasurer), Tommy Whitlock (President), Sandra Boyer (Vice President) 2nd Row L to R: Lisa McAlister, 
Marsha Lamm. Vickie Williams, Melissa DeCaro, Gina Jones, Tammy Hardy, Sharon Barbare. 3rd Row L to R: Grantham Wood, Laverne Robinson, Cerise 
Camille, Don Rogers, Russell Willingham (Advisor), Mary Ann Bagwell, Fred Ingle, Nancy DeHondt, Wtege Laureyns, Ernst M. Wolf, Horace Holden. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 279 



German Club 




1st Row L to R: Tommy Whitlock, Carola Glemser, Allison Shaw. 2nd Row L to R: Jeff Lefeber, Jon Loughmiller, Russell Caldwell, Charlie Bailey, Matt Sturr, 
Rene Josey. David Vanlare. 3rd Row L to R: Laura Ackerman, V.J. Maury, Sharon Stack, Gerhard Spangenberg, Vickie Williams, Ernest Wolf, Dr. Sinka, Larry 
Caldwell, Nina Hagen, Jeffrey Kinski. 



Horticulture Club 




1st Row L to R: Ed Swails, Sarah Hadsall, Joy McCain, Beth Hand, Elliott Johnson, Jean Marlow, Jackie Phillips, Rebecca L. Lindsay, Catherine Bowen, 
Carmen Glenn, Anne Richardson. 2nd Row L to R: Sally Bouchillon, Eric Britton, Preston Lewis, Jeanie Roberts, Eddie McCracken. 



280 — PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Industrial Education Society 




1st row L to R: Mark Kirby, Kathy Finley, Tim Taylor, Jane Willcox, Vernon Prosser. 2nd row L to R: Clay Addison. Mike Parris, B.J. Smith, Scott Simpkins, 
Clint Isbell (advisor). 3rd row L to R: David Stastiny, Jim McMakin, Steve Witcher. 4th row L to R: Steve Loving, Tom Dalton, Jerry Lovedahl (advisor). 



Institute Of Electrical And Electronic Engineers 




1st Row L to R: Cynthia Birt, Pat Martin, Kimberly Dillard, D. Dumin, Kathy Smith, Greg Paussa, Jackie Beauregard, Alex Reid, George Wyatt, Jim Van 
Buskirk, Bob Bunrey. Russell S. Busch, Tommy Bedenbaugh. 2nd Row L to R: John J. Ewing, Paul Robertson, Pamela Staley, John Conder, Jody Wyse, 
Sidney Cave, John Roberts, Joe Nims, Beverly Hilton, David Baxley, Delsey Cooper, Dan Jenkins, Matt Hammond, David Bruton, Peter Winters, Tony 
Sorrells, Brett Betsill, Paul Anderson, Frank Barco, James Wasness, Jeff Boatman, David Bryson, George Ayer, Doug Dorner. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 281 



International Student Association 




1st Row L to R: Pankaj Patel, Alma Kaegi, George Elzoghbi (President), Tony Dumbreck, Mapi Lopez (Treasurer), Samir Jabir, 
Abhinav Gandhi, Andy Smith (Publicaty), Marcia Gutierrez (Secretary), Munir Kort. 2nd Row L to R: Toshiterd Homma, Maria De 
Guzmao, Nadine Hassell (Vice President), Charles Charalambous, Paul McMillan. 



Iota Lambda Sigma 




1st Row L to R: B.J. Smith (President), Mike Parris (Vice President). 2nd Row L to R: Eric Turner (Treasurer), David Stastny (Committee Chairman). 



282 -- PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Joint Engineering Council 




1st Row L to R: David Rowland, Pam Staley. Jackie Beauregard, Teresa Mayfield, Jeff Willis. 2nd Row L to R: Carl Price. Beth Benson, Nolan Suddeth, 
Dede Nagamoto, Tom diStefano, Sid Cave 



Keramos 

Ceramic Engineering Honor Society 




1st Row L to R: Tim Northern, Dale Kendrick, Steve Wormser, Mike Harrison, Carey Towe, Pam Paxton. 2nd Row L to R: Barbara J. Feldhacker 
(Herald), Teresa Mayrield (Secretary), Scott Hinte, Wayne Tolbert, Kathy Anderson. 3rd Row L to R: David Spaunburgh, Rhett Prince, Lloyd 
Carpenter, Tanya Bradby. 4th Row L to R: Mitchell Snider, Jean Clinton, Bill Dennis, Jim Suggs, Jill Faris, Beth Benson (President). 5th Row L to R: 
Bret Chapman. Phil Payne, Alii Gunti, Fred Dantzler (Vice President), Alan Jackson (Treasurer), Kurt Rowan. 



PROFESSIONAL HONORARY — 283 



Kolhoz 

Russian Club 




1st Row L to R: Brian Lawson, Steve Lawson, Liz Coy Kendall, Joan Owen (Treasurer), 2nd Row L to R: Maria Granovsky, Kelly Bunning, Dr. John Lawson, 
John Lawson, Jon Laughmiller, Ludmila Savitsky. 3rd Row L to R: Deb Crenshaw, Dr. Jo Ann McNatt. Dr Ann Baxter, Elizabeth Szymanski (rees), Lee 
Robertson (V.P.), Samir Busovaca, Sam Parker, Eric Baskin (Sec.) 



Mathematics Club 




1st Row L to R: Randall Cooper, Kevin Bismack, Maggie Hall, John Goodwin, Doug Ransom, Steve Shine, Clifton James. 2nd Row L to R: 
Randy Campbell, Ken Emory, Julie Crook, Joy Gahagan, Cynthia Childers, Dr Fred Morgan (Advisor). Mary Martin, Michael McAllister, Kathryn 
Rinder. 3rd Row L to R: Judy Niver, Kim Jackson, Anita Judy. Kathy Martin, Mary Witt, Patty Weaver, Leigh Ann Perrin, Randy Kingsley, Debbie 
Canaday, Juan Holmes, Kim Althans, Delia Ann Freeman, Patrick C Welsh. 



284 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



Medical Technology Club 




1st Row L to R: Sylvia Johnson, Meri Christian, Lisa Robins, Annette Helms, Pamela Henrioud, Kathleen McGee. 2nd Row L to R: Tina 
Whitlock, Vicki Lowery, Scott Fleenor, Dorrie Brewer, Muriel Bishop. 



Microbiology Society 



1st Row L to R: Kim Frank, David Corley, Dog "Stutz", Margaret Chappell. 2nd Row L to R: Deb Crenshaw (Sec/Tres), Lisa Kinard, Sarah 
Hammond. Melisha Todd, Rodney Reid. 3rd Row L to R: Mike Quinn, Nick Ulmer V.P., Bill Wyeth, Paul J. Velky, Frank Lundy. Back Row L to R: 
Ramsey Stewart, David Carver Pres., David McClure, William Hinnant, Sims Tompkins 



SPECIAL INTEREST -- 285 



Mortar Board 




1st Row L to R: Barbara Bissey, Kim Althans, Kay Cochran, Gwen Logan, Paula Niemer. Dana Riddle, Becky Dalton, Beth Shealy. 2nd Row L to R: Jo 
Ballard, Laurie Bussey, Karla Daniel, Michelle Hopkins, Beth Kearns, Mandy Guyton, Lindsay Gibson, Rebecca Fennell, Caroline Carmichael. 3rd Row 
L to R: Joe Glass, John Gilpin, Wendell Holmes, Jeff Hardwick. 4th Row L to R: Charles G. Bumgardner, John W. Pettigrew, Doug Gray, Samuel B. 
Herin, David Pattillo, Dr Perry Woodside (Advisor). 

National Defense Transportation Association 




L to R: Shemmy Jordan, Mark Mcallister, Craig Myers (Vice President) 
(President). 



Maria Lund, Lewis Power, Mark Legrand, Rick Klemm. Dave Johnston 



286 — PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Phi Epsilon Phi 

Botanical Honorary Society of Clemson 




Sitting L to R: Alston Hodge, Shelby Hull, Carol Weeks, Meg Sloan. William Hendrix. Standing L to R: Dr Ron Dillon, 
Dr Kim Peterson, David Price, Dr John Fairey. Carl Frisch. Dr. John Whitney 



Phi Eta Sigma 

Freshman Honorary 




1st Row L to R: Leigh Anne Skelton (Treasurer), Kathy Greene (President), Tish Fain (Vice President) 2nd Row L to 
R: Dr C.C. Fain (Advisor), David Gregory, Jackey MacElveen, Dale Stoller, Bruce Churchill. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY —287 



Phi Psi 

Textile Arts Honor Fraternity 




1st Row L to R: Todd Waldrup, Donna Bryant, Marvin King, Jeff Green, Chuck Ashworth, Wayne Talley, Jeff Hooker, Lederle 
Carroll, Debbie Riser. 2nd Row L to R: Professor Hubbard, David Orkar, Rachel Harper, Genie Barranger, Melissa Polevy. Leslie 
Grozier, Beth Perkins, Ben Melvm Huffstickler. 



Pre-Veterinary Club 




1st Row L to R: Teresa Costner, Debra Bueneman, Libby McKay, Debbie Williamson, Peggy Martin, Alison Guess (Treasurer), Aubrey Youngblood, 
Lori Dillard, Robin Currence (Secretary). 2nd Row L to R: J.F Dickey (Advisor), Barbara Stearns, Jim Johnson, Lane Latham, Terry Eades, Walter 
Herron (President), Will Stringer. 3rd Row L to R: Richard J. Bassett, Bill Herron, Lane Jolley, Kathy Heinsohn, Lucy Gordon, Randy Eller, Kevin Fritz. 



288 — PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Science Organizations Council 




1st Row L to R: Carol Weeks, Rena Lineberger, Meg Langston, Lisa Robins, Pamela Henrioud. 2nd Row L to R: Dean Henry Vogel (Advisor), Glenn Marsch, 
John L. Hall. Alston E. Hodge, John M. Trostel. Stephen Shine. Nick Ulmer, Richard Hill 



Sigma Tau Epsilon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Honorary 



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1st row L to R: Laurie Hembree, Kathryn Rinker, Christine Ellenburg, Cheryl Bailey, Robin Sims, Tom Gibbon, Marjorie Stephens. Laura Ackerman, Frank 
Rogers, Randy Butler, Stephen Shine, 2nd Row L to R: Jane Opitz. Karen Jarvis, Frank Knight, Scot Yarborough, Gloria Gramling, Jennifer Lowrance. Josie 
Beazley, Lindsay Gibson, Rhonda Ayers. 3rd row L to R: Berit Kragas, Amy Tilly, Maggie Hall, Ann Ridgeway, Darryl Halbert. Clifton James, Dean Perry, 

I our, IrrivinoV 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 289 



Society For The Advancement Of Management 




1st Row L to R: Dr. John Butler (Advisor), Sherlyn Bowers (Social Co-Chairperson), Diane Lorelle (Secretary), Andy Pendarvis (President), Laura Palombi 
(Treasurer), Clare Lovelace (Vice President/ Publicity), Tina Herman (Social Co-Chairperson). 2nd Row L to R: Cathy Biediger, Rae Fritz, Nancy Hammond, 
Pella Musselman, Leslie Perry, Cheryl West, Rose Marie Higginbotham, Cynthia Pope, Tim Owens. 3rd Row L to R: Roe Inman, Larry Burnside, Cathie Kay, 
Carol Crawford, Judy Medlock, Anne Hartzog, Diane Blakeney, Lynn Ballentine, Bruce Kelly. 4th Row L to R: Charles Woodson, Paul DuBose, Michael 
Snead, Martin Keene, Mike Gillespie, Kyle Freed, Dave Wise. 



Society Off American Foresters 




1st Row L to R: Chuck Keating, Terry Mosher, Amy Fore, Diane Sanders, Diane Bolt. Stephanie Livingston, Preston Fout, Brett Hughes 2nd Row L to R: 
Wayne Anthony, Tom Paschall, Susan Keels, Ann Fries, William Sligh, David Hills. Laura Burston 3rd Row L to R: Jim Short, Tim Davis, Bert Sweeny, Brad 
Sanders. Lowe Sharpe, Chris McSpadden. 



290 — PROFESSIONAI AND HONORARY 



Society of Engineering Technology 




1st Row L to R: Ned McDevitt, Brian Kauer, Polly Wade, David T. Sumner, Charles Moxley. 2nd Row L to R: Kent Walters. Trisha Clift, Chris Schneider, Jaye 
Fees, Stephen C. Hardy. 3rd Row L to R: Mark A, Collins, Bruce A. DuBois, Craig Wells, Dawn Moorefield, Steve Selig. Jerry S. Sellers. 4th Row L to R: Jimmy 
Floyd, John Eversman, Mark Bradberry, Ricky Turner, Mark A. Moore. Greg Thompson. 5th Row L to R: John Johnson, Lee Reid, John Trammel, Randy 
Erskine, Dale Blackmon, Dean Compton, Jesse Thigpen, Protessor T.H. Oswald. 



Society Of Physics Students 




1st row L to R: Brian Johnston, Dorothy Fisher, John Trostel, Steven Hicks, Lee Atkinson. Charles Kennemore III. 2nd row L to R: Jimmy Mandras, Lee 
Robertson, Ivy Spencer, Glenn Marsch, Phillip Chilson, John Williammee. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 291 



Society Of Women Engineers 




1st Row L to R: Dorina DeShields, Heidi Harner, Pat Martin. Ann Price, Karrie-Jo Robinson, Cathy Hope (Vice 
President), 2nd Row L to R: Kimberly Dilland, Jackie Beauregard, Dennise Jackson, Pam Staley (President), Kathy 
Smith (Secretary/Treasurer), Melissa Staley. 



Sociology Club 




1st row I to R: Bill Wentworth (advisor), Cyndy VanPatten (vice president), Karen Pioth, Lori Jackson. 2nd row L to R: Yvonne 
Brassard (president). Robert Parker, Laurie Hembree, Rick Hill, Judy James, Sarah McGeachy (secretary/treasurer). 



292 — PROFESSIONAI ANf) HONORARY 



South Carolina Recreation & Park Society 







1st Row L to R: Valerie Samuel. Becky Helt, Evie Davis, Donna Schneider, Sandy Granger. Karen Kelly, Robin Wilhelm, 
Robbm Williams 2nd Row L to R: Betsy Watford, Catherine Davis, Patrice Lawrence, Deana Reed, Pam Atkinson, Doug 
Glover, Kenny Hartman, Laura Smigay. 



Student Mechanization Club 




1st Row L to R: David Quails, Bobby Fleming, Todd Fleming, Hal Cheek (Secretary/Treasurer), Gary Cantrell (Scribe), Dale Gibson (Vice President), 
David Wannamaker. 2nd Row L to R: Alex Youmans, Jim Lollis (President), A Scott Weatherford 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY — 293 



Spanish Club 




1st row L to R: Margaret Ackerman, Kay Tennyson, Ellen Slessinger (president), Maria deGuzmao, Maria Johnson, Galo Soberon-Ferier. 2nd row L to 
R: Josefina Parrado, Rena Parkins, Julie Francis, Sue Hess, Brian Golson, Jerry Whitmire (advisor), Alma Kaegi, Marcia Gutierrez, Andy Smith. 



Student Nurses Association 




1st Row L to R: Diane S.J. lannone, Janie Crowley, Barbara Bausman, Nancie Wells, Tammy West, Jan Pruitt. 2nd Row L to R: Mrs. Nicholson 
(Advisor), Cheryl Howard, Teresa Jeter, Sheryl Barlage, Deborah Williams, Karen Guion, Robin Derrick, Paula Apple. Lyn Hutchison. Coreen Rehill, 
Carol Abercrombie. Jane Regan, Shauna Wood, Sharon LeMere (Vice President), Mary Ellen Helms (President), Sherry L. Smith, Deidre Smoak. 



294 -- PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Tau Alpha Pi 

Engineering Technology 




1st Row L to R: George Messick, Mark Dudley, Ben Burton (President). 2nd Row L to R: Brian 
Kaver (Secretary/Treasurer), John Vansurdam, Paul Hammes. 3rd Row L to R: Prot. Dan 
Ryan, Mike Roberds, Dr. Jim Chisman, Dr. R.M. Roberds, Prof. Ron KoPczyk, Prot. Ken Roby 



Tau Beta Pi 

Engineering Honorary 

EggBjfe- 




1st row L to R: Matthew Holtzer, Lee Dorrier, Gregory F. Paussa, Glen Washington, Glenn Bell, Joe Tedder, Peter Van Wirt, Dan Jenkins, Wendell Holmes, 
Greg Zielinski, Joe Ervin (secretary). Dale Blakely, David L. Holt. 2nd row L to R: Jack Church, Mark A. Merting, Mark Porter, Patrick Fourspring, Mark Ansley 
(vice president), Scott Wilson, David H. Reid, Mark Hendrix, Doug Dorner, David Gregory, Bruce Churchill, Stuckey Stoudemire. 3rd row L to R: Jeff Marine, 
David Jones. Diane Lotermoser, Philip McGraw, June Opitz, Frank Kelecy, Tim Hines, Paul Anderson, Nancy Martin, Sharon Kozuchi, Steven Goforth, John 
Odom (president), Richard Armstrong. 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY -- 295 



Xi Sigma Pi 

Forestry Honorary 




1st Row L to R: Terry Mosher, Bo Howard. Diane Sanders,. 2nd Row L to R: Ray Moody, Wayne 
Anthony, Brett Hughes, Kyle Kelton. 3rd Row L to R: Val Rourf, David Fowlie, Bert Gweeny, Chris 
McSpudden. 



Zoology Club 




1st row L to R: Marjorie Stephens (president), Frank Knight (vice president), Marjo Dorchak, 2nd 
row I to R: Clara Goudelock, Paula Niemer, Mary Sturgeon, Sue Compton, 3rd row L to R Anne 
Cain (secretary). Dr. Darrell Yardley (advisor), Dave Nyczepir, Edward Wicker. 



296 — PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY 



Tiger Brotherhood 




1st Row L to R: Mark Barhyte, Keith Kirkland, Archie Barron. Scott Morgan, John Gilpin, Ricky Capps, Jeff Randolph, Bill Newell. 2nd Row L to R: Doug 
Jennings, Dwight Frierson. Frank Thompson, Joe Glass, Mrs. Mahony, Reid Tribble. Weldon Sims, Frank Wingate. Lee Ayers. 3rd Row L to R: Kriby Player, 
Don Kelley. Ben Anderson, Clark Templeton, Scott Baker, Chase Foster, J.V. Reel, Brad Clarke, Dave Jenkin, Bryan Wood 



PROFESSIONAL AND HONOARY 297 



Special Interest 













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Alpha Phi Omega 

Service Fraternity 




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1st Row L to R: Rhett Myers. Mike Bremer, Kyle Kunick, Jeff Baum. Tim Rich. Mark Wallace. Marshall Brown, Tracy Davis. Bobby Lightsey. Jack McKenzie, 
George Wyatt, David Hamburger, Matthew Pepin, Ron Rountree. Lorin McCollough, Rusty Knight, Dan Moss, John Todd 2nd Row L to R: Todd Meadows. 
Kevin Sightler, Steve Matonak, Jay Toadvine, Jim Bost, Paul Hudspeth, Tim Oberholtzer, Dave Ramsey, Scott Wilson, Kevin Dunn, John Covington, James 
Aughtry. Todd Reichard. 3rd Row L to R: Chuck Keating, Brian Neal, Mark Landers, Tim Brown, Steve Thomas, Alan Kinsey, Herb Tyler, Chris Rogers, Jack 
Wooten. Jeff Wilson, Dennis Roberts, Randy Noel, Bill Huey, Greg Holbrooks, Carleton Collins, Larry Keese, Rod Walker, Rick LaForge. 



300 



SPECIAL INTEREST 



Arnold Air Society 




1st row L to R. Robert Saverance. James Hampton, Kyle Holmquist, Debbi Devine, Andy Smith. David McMinn. 2nd row L to R: Tim 
Brady Captain Richard Sutherland. George Ventureia. Frank Rogers. Glen Robinson, Glen Lattanze. Steve Poerschmann. Duayne Lee, 
Peter VanWirt. 3rd row L to R: James Gowan. Matt Gibson. Tim Kinard. Richard Bresette, Neal Dingly, John Reiley. 4th row L to R: Tom 
Saxe. Jimmy Bailey, Jay Raymond. Brian Hill, Wayne Tolbert, Thomas Dupont, Stephen Lovelace. 



B-5 




1st Row L to R: Charles Hucks. Laurie Allen, William Shelley. Bayne Haigler. Brad Rogers. Cwayne White, Al Bynum. 2nd Row L to R: 
Randy Davenport. Ron Patton, William Hair, Patty Wyant, Frankie Stevens, Larry Williams. Bud Hicklin. Scott Brodmerkel. Byron Nolan. 
3rd Row L to R: Jackie Mercer, Richie Cauthen, Jackie Scott, Grant Geddings, Steven Harvey, Mac Altman, Anna Horton, Robert West, 
Cheryl Haigler, Jay David, Morris Bowers, Al Shealy. Meri Christian. Eddie Hickman, Jimmy Porth, Bruce Campbill, Frank Eskridge. Mike 
Brown, Keitt Wannamaker. Isabella Fairey, Greg Nobles. Todd Trapp, Kim Anbrose, Tim Hance. 4th Row L to R: Jim Graham 



SPECIAL INTEREST 301 



Bengal Babes 




1st row L to R: Michell Green, Joni Garner, Debbie Brenman, Elaine Gilliam, Pam Verdery, Amy Underwood, Laura Shanabarger, Wandra Daniel. 2nd row L to 
R Mickie Shephard, Angi Bove, Carla Washington, Lucille Studley, Terri Owen, Charlene Clayton, Angie Ford, Sandy Hawkins, Chandra Daniel. 3rd row L to 
R: Lee Garrison, Viola Lee, Darlene Smith, Elizabeth Jenkins, Kenda Gresham, Laura Rollins, Angie Livingston, Marsha Crawford, Sheila Thornton. 4th row L 
to R: Gina Graham, Connie Pope, Rachel Johnson, Becky Moore, Cookie Flethcher, Tammie Davis, Linda Whitesides, Chris Lewis. 



Beta Heta 




1st Row L to R: Kevin Bismack, Pete Moss, Walter Lagarenne, Rick Harter, James Gardner, Lucy Ewing (Sweetheart). Michael West, Bucky Monroe, John 
Hallis, Dale Allred 2nd Row L to R: Mitchell Meadors, Barry Bowen, John Duke, George Westervelt. Al Wise, Noel Hurley, Big-un. Brian Smith, Rocket Rog, 
Jim Ozaki, Clark Durant, Chip Priester, Mike Pratt, Matthew Durham, Neil Smith, Ken McGee. 3rd Row L to R: Harry Harrel, Sam Wilson. 



302 SPECIAL INTEREST 



Block "C" Club 




1st Row L to R: Connie Crowley, Ginny O'Neill, Susan Thiel, Susan Ball, Jeff Caton, Cappy Craig, Steve Giovinazzo, Mike Zimmermann, Keith Emery. 2nd 
Row L to R: Ruth Goodman, Cindy Peters, Patty Barrett, Barbara Kirwan, Susan Gailey, Elizabeth Latto, Cindy Dray, Charles Lawrimore, Alan Wertz, Bob 
Easley, Maria Thrash (Secretary), Michael Labonge, Barbie Johnson, Robin Zubeck, Ed Jolley 3rd Row L to R: Chip McElhatton, Dave Mannella (President), 
Scott Lynch, John Seybold, Greg Craig, Dave Jenkin, Beth Kearns, Jann L. Yates, David Upp, Stephen Shine. 4th Row L to R: Andy Hiester (Vice President), 
Jimmy Seay, Susan Flynn, Brian O'Rourke, Jay Thomas. 



SPEC. INTEREST 303 



Cheerleaders 

Junior Varsity 




L to R Arian Roberts, George Davis. Kim Campbell, Chip Carter, Vicki Pierce, Randy Faile, Bill Goudelock (Head Cheerleader), Randy Deas. Beth Cousins, 
Johnny Peden, Sheryl Pitts, Dave Castleberry, Sherry Thrift. Center: Alex Sipkes. 



Varsity 




1st Row L to R: Mark Barhyte (Head Cheerleader), Ricky Capps (Tiger), Danny Pechthalt 2nd Row I to R: Sherrie Nix, Russell Ragan, 
Jennifer Hemphill, Bill Grainger, Karen Lawing, George Helmrich, Pat Hook, David Pinion, Kathy Anderson, Scott Galloway, Mary McNeil. 
Rick Conte. 



304 — SPECIAl INTEREST 



Central Spirit 




1st Row: George Reynolds. 2nd Row L to R: Jack Duncan, Genger Lachicotte, Bonnie Bragg, Louise Ramsey, Sarah Day. Mary Breen. 3rd Row L 
to R: Christi Thornton, David Jeffcoat, Maggie Hall, Ann Batson, Scott Harkins, Christi Dufford, Denise Daily Mimi Baumgardner, Cliff Collins. 4th 
Row L to R: Allison Albea, Pat Martin. Jeff Benet, Donna Heney, James Gardner, Allison Walters. Pella Mussleman, Melanie Seabrook, Mary Jane 
Norris. 5th Row L to R: Harriet Chipley, Robbie Jones. Cindy O'Farrell, Becky Rogers. Richard Beden. Lori Lane. Bam Gressette, John Brigham, 
Karen Yates, Rhonda Ayers, Jane Robilot. 



Clemson Collegiate Civitans 




1st Row L to R: Beth Borum, Mark Hunter, Eve Dunovant, Laurie Hembree. 2nd Row L to R: Chris Rogers, 
Melanie Penland, Berit Cragas, Dee Sandifer, Andrea Makapugay. 3rd Row L to R: Doug Ransom, Greg 
Mixon, Glenn Elliott, Clay Addison. 



SPECIAL INTEREST 



305 



Clemson Dancers 




1st Row L to R: Lou Ann Elder, Katie Kuehner, Susan Hill, Roseanne Hughes, Billie Lane Bowers, Yvonne Suter, Beth Hudson. 2nd Row L to R: 
Mendey Harmon, Cameron Smith, Betsy Hanke, Taffy Foxx, Susan Mills, Judy Silverman, Beverly Fitzhugh, Connie Abbott. 3rd Row L to R: 
Susan Parks, Amy Tanquary, Donna Wike, Laura Reid, De Anna Dearden, Jim Ruzbacke. 



Clemson Players 







1st Row L to R: Bobby Daye, Joyce Potts, Candace Blickle, Pat Haskell, llene Fins, Jere Hodgin, Karl Schlachte, Douglas Welton, Stephen Moriarty, Alan 
Tanner, Larry Hembree. 2nd Row L to R: Lucia Jordan, Kim Davis, Daron Hall, Bill Stewart, Susanne Freytag, Carole Conner, Loretta Moore, Diana Kirk, 
Laura Ackerman, Mark Charney, George Suhayda, John Matthews, Scott Deshefy 3rd Row L to R: Marjorie Stephens, Arthur Slade, Jeff Jones, Tom 
Bartlett. Clifton Egan, Dodge Baker, Alan Bomar. 



306 -- SPECIAL INTEREST 



Clemson University Chorus 




Members: Eve Anderson, Scott Applegate, Lizanne Bair, Mimi Baumgardner, Geena Beerman, Jeff Bennett, Marie Blanks, Claire Blevins, Malinda Bolt, Jane 
Bond, John Brigham, Gary Brown, Deborah Browning, Lydia Caddell, Teresa Caffrey, John Clark, Susan Clayton, Carol Cole, Mark Collins, Julie Cooke, Roy 
Costner, Mark Crosby. Jeannette Darr, Scott Fleenor, Laura Franklin, Rae Fritz, Susan Fulmer, Gigi Gathings, Michael Giordano, Kathleen Goggins, Anne 
Good, John Goodwin, Demetra Gray, Ken Grogan, Karen Guion, Jan Hall, Neal Ham, Nancy Hammond, Donna Hampton, Paige Harrell, Wally Harris, Karen 
Harrison, Cindy Hastedt. Kathryn Hawkins. Suzanne Hays, Lisa Holcomb, John Horner, Steve Hott, Annette House, Terry Howard, Beverly Ingram, Chris 
Jonas. Robbie Jones, Rene Josey, Loraine Kukasch, Ross Layne, Melanie Leard, Jennifer Lowrance, Debbie Luther, John Martin, Michael Massey, Henry 
Miller, Nancy Moore, Jeanie Morgan. Hansel McAbee. B.J. McCoy, Mary McPeak, Carolann McVey, Kathy Newton, Sandy Nicholson, Steve Pace, Mimi 
Patrick, Leslie Perry, Debbie Perzak, David Phillipson, Italy Pittman. Kirby Player, Conni Pope, Judy Rabun, Cathy Read, Coreen Rehill, Laura Reid, Wanda 
Revis, Fran Richardson, Jayroe Robertson, Lisa Robins, Becky Rogers, Gene Rose, Mary Seabrook, Bruce Shepherd, Loretta Shull, Terry Smoak, Richard 
Stachelek, Marjorie Stephens. Brooke Stillwell, Deborah Stone, Nancy Van Wagner, Janie Varn, Ann Waddle, Kim Welborn, Jaikie Windham, Teresa Wingard, 
George Woodruff, Helen Worthington, Rob Yarborough, Karon Yates, Oliver Young, Neil Scott 



SPECIAL INTEREST 



307 



Clemson Rangers 




1st Row L to R: Leister, Kounts, Gosnell, Floyd, Condon, MacDonald, Counts, McCollough, Moody, Moore (Commander). 2nd Row L to R: Linton (Executive 
Officer), Harris, Dundorf. Carroll, Hebert, Lybrand, Baskin, Holstein, Johnston, Harris, Harry. 



Dixie Skydivers 




1st Row L to R: Rusty McClinden, Gregg Collins, Ed Weaver. 2nd Row L to R: April McClinden, Todd Marriott, Tim Kunkle, Mother Elsea, Tim Elsea, Gary 
Malstrom. Angela Boiter. 3rd Row L to R: Frank Knight, Russell Hayes, Steve NeSmith, Steve Vaughn, James Benson, Dave Elsea, Steve Swaftord, Kevin 
Britton, Jim Smith, Heidi Schells. 4th Row L to R: Philip Kennedy, Sharon Dergin, Darrell Linder, Mike Holbert, Don Hinton, Rick Holstein, Doug Boyd (Pilot), 
Mary Wright, Chris "C.W." Rodrigues. 



308 -- SPECIAL INTEREST 



Flying Tiger Angel Flight 




1st Row L to R: Dede Spivey, Janet Hurley, Dennise Jackson, Mary Rose, Kendrea Coates, Karen Powell. Karen Summurs (Commander). 2nd Row L to R: 
Martha Carr. Debbie Pfeitfer. Betsy McLeod. Nancy Pinckney. Trisha Santos. Stacy Warner. 3rd Row L to R: Kim Heaney, Dawn Lorenz, Ann Ridgeway, 
Diana Anderson. Susan Howe, Eva McLeod, Pam Sheppard. 4th Row L to R: David McMinn, Major Dennis Sattler (Advisor). 



Frisbee Team 



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1st Row L to R: Gary. Richie, Sam, George, Tri-captain: Chris, "Kabge". 2nd Row L to R: Tom, Jim, Hal, Hainey, Danny, Tri-captain, Bill. 3rd Row: L to 
R: Steve, John, Phil, Mike, Vance, Lee, Dave, Wilson, Tri-captain, Bill Not Pictured: Lisa, Beth, Lori, Joan, Steve B., Steve H., Robert, Jeff, Dave P., 
Kathleen, Eve. Camille, Dave C, Rick, Jerome, Liz, Tim, Melissa. 



SPECIAL INTEREST — 309 



Gamma Sigma Sigma 

Service Sorority 




1st Row L to R: Marilyn Vurnett (Vice President), Jane Opitz (Secretary), Tammy West, Angie Aimar, Betty Woods, Lynne Browning (President), Amy Hunter, 
Nancy Burgen (Advisor), Lisa Gamble (Treasurer), Trenna Page (Vice President), Terry Blackwell (Vice President). 2nd Row L to R: Susan Fogle, Kay 
Lovelace. Thersa Dreyfuss, Angela Wingard, Linda Shaffer, Annette Hames. Denean Barker, Bonnie Burns, Anne Miotke, Beth Freeman, Sandy Wegner, 
Marsha Land, Elizabeth Crawford, Paula Tyndall, Carin Germershausen. 3rd Row L to R: Pam Henrioud, Trisha Neil, Deborah Moore, Elaine Gilmer, Cindy 
Stenhouse, Maura Burke, Kate Enans, Julie Fowler, Margaret Ackerman, Sally Stewart, Jean Schroeder, Susan Cooper, Susan Hall. 



Golf Club 




1st Row L to R: Robin Smith, Alan Corbin (President), Melinda Chappell. 2nd Row L to R: Libby Trotter, Beth 
Shealy, Brian Thiel (Treasurer), Jo Willis (Advisor), Ray Meeker (Vice President). 



310 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



Gospel Choir 




1st Row L to R: Annie L. Hopkins. Sheila Suggs, Lillie Ellis, Valerie Green, Gwendolyn McFadden. 2nd Row L to R: Stacey D. Grant, Anita D. McCombs, Macie 
Douglas, Sandra Pitts, Janice Dye, Karrie Jo Robinson, Mamie Thomas. 3rd Row L to R: Cassandra McClellan, Demetra Gray, Vera Thomas, Connie 
Rollmson, Marilyn Ross, Barbara Brown, Gisele Gathings (Director). 4th Row L to R: Shirley Turner, Trena Reaves, Janice L. Woodward, Michael D. White, 
Joni Gardner (Historian), Barbara Murcier (Vice President), Sarah Roberson (Secretary), Ron Burkins, Kenneth Ford. 5th Row L to R: Michael Bracey 
(Treasurer), Rodney Reid, Lewis Peeples, Stephan Davis (President), Willie Cooley. Matthew Rogers, Michael Ferguson, Levanza Breeland. 6th Row L to R: 
Curtis Sims, JR., William McCall, Gerald Ham, William Cureton, Lawrence Nesbitt, Barry Caldwell, Mike Wade, Adrian Miller, Tim Tucker, Antonio Pinckney. 



Gymnastics Club 




1st Row L to R: Jim Beggs (Men's Coach), Tanya Bradby (President), Scott Slayback (Women's Coach), Wendy 
Jackosn, Steve Murdock, Shelly Newman. 2nd Row L to R: Toshiteru Homma, Julie Garrison, Laura Cockfield, Tim 
Padgett, Mary Ann Fields. 3rd Row L to R: Danny Taylor (Secretary/Treasurer), Chip Simpson (Vice President), 
B.J. Simmons, Gary Mercy, Blair Palese, Jim Tomaszewski, Danny Pechthalt. 



SPECIAL INTEREST — 311 



Minority Council 




L to R: Karrie Jo Robinson, Raymond Lee, Regina Makapugay. Demetra Gray, Michael D White. 



Pamoja 

Minority Cultural Organization 




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1st Row L to R: Myron Floyd, Keith Burnside, Kerrie Jo Robinson, Shirley Turner, Thuane Brockington, Elaine Gilliam, Cassandra McClellan, Sarah Robertson, 
Sandra Pitts. Barbara Williams, Lillie Ellis, Tonyia McGirt. Michele Simmons. Lawson Fortune. Macie Doug, Michael White, Matthew Rodgers 2nd Row L to R: 
Levanza Breeland, Douglas Hall, Stephen Davis, Greg Perry, Barbara Muncier, Charles Cureton, Michael Ferguson, Connie Rollinson, Kenneth Robinson. Eric 
Brown, Barbara Brown, Al Allen, Willie Coolie, Ralph Garner, James Hardy, Adrian Miller, Gerald Ham, Leonard White 



312 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



Pershing Rifles 

Company C-4 




1st Row L to R: Roy Matthews, Jeff Shelton, Donald Briggs. Chris York, Ken Stech, James Hoadley 2nd Row L to R: Dallas 
Harken, Mike Bishop. Ron Unger. Mike Stringer, Johnny Morris. 3rd Row L to R: Sandra Nobbs, Bruce Freedman 



Fourth Regimental Headquarters 




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L to R: Keith Bugner, Ray Moody, Wesley Voigt, Terry Corder. Keith McElveen. 



SPECIAL INTEREST — 313 



Rifle Team 




1st Row L to R: Owen Wallace, Tim Benson, Bentley Murrell. Rusty Tuck, Charles Kennemore. 2nd Row L to R: Bob Tuten, SFC Homer E. 
Easterling, David Leech. 



Rugby Club/Women's 




How L to R: Karen Summers, Angie Aimar, Casey Dangerfield, Ann Dixon, Delicia Buich, Daryl Leigh Jacobs, Kathy Scully, Sara Tharp, Margaret 
Michaels, Mel Knight. Pam Rudd, Caroline Faber, Anita Wendelin, Joanne O'Donnell, Teresa Ary 



314 - SPECIAL INTEREST 



Rally Cats 




1st Row L to R: Maryland Thomas, Lucile Studley, Debbie Pace, Cindy McCreery, Kim Miller, Linda Kay McDaniel, Mary Rose. 2nd Row L to R: Jill Titus, 
Teressa Carter, Sherrill Bullock, Lesley Grozier, Dee Ann Chapman, Amy Brooks. 3rd Row L to R: Sarah Porcher, Lynn Foster, Julie Hebbard. Margi Bonner, 
Leslie Foster, Delia Ann Freeman. 



SPECIAL INTEREST — 315 



Rugby Club/Men's 








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1st Row L to R: John Blackwell, Brian Maholic, Pat Fouspring, Gary Biddescombe, Jerry Laforte, Greg Zolinsky, Buddy Savageale, Roy Robinson, Justin, Joel 
Reed, Todd Ceasar, Marie Hutto. 2nd Row L to R: Ken Yoemah, Dixon Printz, Scott Rady, James Howard, N/A, George Connovar, Kevin Behringer, Scott 
Brady, Eddie Vincze, Kirk, Todd Hartshorn, Bobby Martin, Dave Burns, Greg Dizon, Frank Archibald, Donnie Gyro, N/A, Bruce Warthen, N/A, Mark Loiner, 
Jay, Mike Jalapy 



316 -- SPECIAL INTEREST 



Scabbard & Blade 




1st Row L to R- Eric Seay, Blair Hennessee. Paul Hayden, Bob McKinnel, Henry Simmons, Jimmy Floyd. 2nd Row L to R: Danny Taylor, Billy 
MacDonald. Mike Wieland. Dean Perry, Jimmy Hampton. Peter VanWirt. 3rd Row L to R: Captain Tom Smith. Tom Dundorf. Pat Welsh, 
Bryan Carrol. Jim White, Captain Jim Stanley. 



Snow Ski Club 




1st Row L to R- Malcolm Brennan, Richard Potters. Martin Schnidt, Bruce Walton, Jayne Ambler, Beverly Hilton, Karen Weber, Cindy 
Booth Toni Garner Susan Jeter, Trellise Barden, Gail Moore, Yvette Dibrell, Sue Scarlett. Lisa Powell, Lisa Lindsay. 2nd Row L to R: Bob 
Seibert Dave Mumman Tod Tucker. Bruce Warthen. Bob Ryan, David Wilson, Todd Beson, Beck Harrison, Debbie Johnson. 3rd Row L to 
R Peter Snowball, Mike Newton, Ed Drose, Jeff DeGauge, John Hadlock, Eric Paris, Steve Moses, David Villarosa, Jay Gudenas, Wilson 
Clayton John Wiliiammee, Bruce Fowler, Bruce Lennox, Mike Natusch. Zard, Lu Branch. 4th Row L to R: Mark Taylor. 



SPECIAL INTEREST -- 317 



Sailing Club 



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1st Row L to R: Sue Roat, Brian Carey. Matt Sturr, Lora Davis, Catharine Wright (sec), Brooks Mayberry (treas.), Chuck Thompson (Commodore), Roby 
Hyde. David Hickman. 2nd Row L to R: Robert Knight, Jon Locklin, Danny Russell, Mary Seabrook, Kathy Rinker, Pete Davis, Malcolm Brennan, Salil (kid) 
Donde. Matt Cronin, Melet Antonakos. Ben Hynds. 3rd Row L to R: Mark Weining. Mike Carriyaan, Ziya Gunay, Bobby Catoe, Kim Gates. Ellen Bentley. 
Beverly Delong. 4th Row L to R: Jeff Richards, Gary Hayden, Craig Burghardt, John Murden, Bob Ryan, George Messick, Jay Thomas. 



318 -- SPECIAL INTEREST 



Speaker's Bureau 




1st Row L to R: Fran Bell, Paula Niemer, Pam Hance, Johnna Herring, 2nd Row L to R: John Taylor, John McGregor, Bill Hiil, Kevin Shannon. 



Student Alumni Council 




1st Row L to R: Caroline Carmichael. Vicki Martell, Alison Howard, Susan Moore, Denton Stargel. Lisa Dabbs, Libby Trotter, Caroline Bullington, Tammy 
Lewis, Beth Emerson. 2nd Row L to R: Page Ramsay, Karen Harrison, Archie Baron, Kim Mitchel. Janice Murphey, Ann Holmes, Babbs Briton, Cricket Yates, 
Verginia Webb, Johnna Herring, Andrea Spearman, Dindi Jones, Alex Fellers. 3rd Row L to R: Richard Walkup, Brian Westover, Craig Halliday, John 
Garrison, Tripp Renfrow, Johnny Smith, Bill Beaver, Frank Wingate, Bill Hill, Mark Swandy, Sims Tompkins, John Taylor, Jeff Hardwick, Jeff McNeil. 



SPECIAL INTEREST — 319 



Student Government 

Student Senate 







1st Row L to R: Mike Trotman (Pro-Tempore), Brian Foster (clerk), Deborah Crandall (Sec .), Reid Tribble (Pres .), John Gilpin (V.P. Student Body) 2nd Row L 
to R: Carey Graham, George Venturella, Kirby Player, Chase Foster. 3rd Row L to R: Melissa Eudy, Randy Ligon, Dawn Langley. Mark Richardson. Margo 
Wood, Keith Munson, David Wise. 4th Row L to R: Pat Sullivan, Keith Rabon. Sofia Chatos, Tyria Kittleson, Ann Walker, Suzanne Birdsong, Laura McGmnis. 
5th Row L to R: Russ Stapleton. Mary Atkinson. Wade Warr, James Roberts, Carla Sisk, Jo Snipes, Mitch Williams, David Stalnaker. Oran Smith 6th Row L to 
R: Lisa Stanley. Roberta Hackett. Lorna Lowder, Glynis Roney, Marta Dawsey, Larry Davis, Gina Graham, John Maher, Stan Katz. 7th Row L to R Laurie 
Hembree, Richard Potter. Sally Franklin, Leslie Sullivan, Jim Ulmer, Todd Meadows, Jon Aardema, Doug Piper, Alex Campbell 8th Row L to R: Jill Crawford, 
Greg Harris, Cindy Pender, Greg Ford, Greg Jones. 9th Row L to R John Garrison, Rick Pelfrey. Jay Mappus, John Jett, Curtis Sims, Mike Hamiltion, David 
Stoddard, Wade Allen, Ed Sommers, Bill Hughes. 



320 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



President's Cabinet 




1st Row L to R: Anne Batson, Emily Reeves, Cynthia Giles 

2nd Row L to R: John Gilpin, Reid Tribble, Bill Linton, John Pettigrew, Johnny Smith, Doug Gray, Weldon Sims, Marshall Brown 



Executive Council 




1st Row L to R: Cindi Beam. Cynthia Lynn, Johnna Herrings, John Gilpin (Chairman). 2nd Row L to R: Bill Linton, Don Christoffers, 
Allison Albea, Gwen Logan, Cindi Jones, Lee Ayers, Mark Swancy, Chris McMeekin. 3rd Row L To R: Larry Gering, Kenneth 
Robinson, Mike Brown 



SPECIAL INTEREST — 321 



Supreme Court 




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L to R: David Mannella, Sherrie Allen. Jeffrey Randolph (Chair-person), Jeffrey Harowick, Keith Kirkland. 



Trial Courts 




11 Mow I to R: Tammie Davis, Nancy Folsom, Leigh Anne Whitlock, Charlie Bourne, Frank I undy 2nd Row I to R Mark Wasserman, 
'ihannon, David H. Reid, Chris Patterson, Bryan Wood 



322 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



Student Traffic Review Board 




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SPECIAL INTEREST — 323 



Symphonic Band 

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Flutes: P. Davis, S. Hall, B. Bendelius, S. Scarlett, E. Crane, C. Moody, D. Pekrul, J. Eleazer, L. Smedley, C. Caughman. M Staley, M Bostick, I. Tilghman. 
Oboes: S. Perrin, J. Gahagan, T McGraw, P. Parker, E-Flat Soprano Clarinet: D. VanLare. B-Flat Clarinets: P. Davis, R. Dilmore, D. Savage, M. LeGrand, S. 
Dixon, D Sanders, M. Breen, C. Desmarais, C. Compron, T. Garrett. E. Mappus, S. Penney, K. Trotter, B. Green, H Marken. C. Blackson, S. Rainey. Alto 
Clarinet: R. Alden. Bass Clarinet: J. Rodgers. Contra Bass Clarinet: L. Robertson. Alto Saxophones: J. Taylor, S. Glenn. J. Lutz. Tenor Saxophones: T. 
Boucounis. J Stoney. Baritone Saxophones: A. Witmer, T. Duncan. Bassoons: J. Gahagan, M. Freeman. French Horns: S. Hicks, J. Thorne, E. Veronee, D. 
Rast, M. Howard. T Churchill, D. Fountain. Cornets: K. Bismack, T. Tyson, J. Turner, K. Wigington, R. Bley, M. Foster, G. Hutto, J Wallace, J. Eleazer', L. 
Huff, G Corley. Trumpets: W. Auerbach, P. Saucier. Trombones: P. Wisnewske, M. Durham, D. Scotter, L. McCollough, H. Bowers, R. Caldwell, D Jendins. 
M Boudet. A Boudet. Baritones: M. Rennhack, O. Kerns, S. Eastman, T. Jones, W. Tolbert. Tubas: M. Wigley. D. Capps. D. Johnston, Percussion: W 
Stratton. W Betsill, P. Boggs, E. Ehnot, K. Gambrell, D. McCrary, R. Morris, S. Wilson 



324 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



Taps 




1st Row L to R: Jeff Rhodes, Gunter Wiedemann, Charles Hucks, Speed Bouknight, Keith Mattison, Scott Harke 2nd Row l_ to R: Amy Holmes, Bruce 
Rachman, Carolann McVey, Betsy Russell, Van Mattison. 3rd Row L to R: Trina Baldwin, Arlene Myers, Glenn Stephens, Susan Ellington, Sha Sifford 
Grantham Wood. 4th Row L to R: James Teaster, Raymond Teaster, Bill Spitzer, Mike Puldy, Richard Baldwin. 



SPECIAL INTEREST - 325 



The Tiger 




1st Row L to R: Betsy Russell, Keith Mattison. 2nd Row L to R: Tammie Carroll, Charissa Newton, Mike Puldy, Sha Sifford, Kavin Taylor, Bill Pepper, Cana 
Hanson. Cindy Powill, Vance Preston Mattison II. Priscilla Bunton, Holly Hamor. 3rd Row L to R: Mark Bailey, Karen Reynolds. Doug Campbell. Tim Hall, 
Andy Pendarvis, Speed Bouknight, Charles Bolchez (Has Been). 



326 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



Tiger Band 





Members: Ben Adams, Catherine Adams. Russel Alden, Cathy Anderson, Bill Auerbach, Kim Bagwell. Joe Ballard, Marcia Barbrey, Cynthia Barden, Denean 
Barker, Lisa Bates. John Baxter, Richard BeDen, Bonnie Bendelius. Walter Betsill. Marcus Biering. Bill Bird, Kevin Bismack, Sue Bismack, Chris Bither, Jimmy 
Blackman. Ann Blackston, Paul Blanchard. Ralph Bley, Paula Boggs, Lee Boozer, Tom Boucounis, Allen Boudet. Hal Bowers, Michael Bragg, Skipper Brock, 
David Bryson, Rita Burdette, Charlton Cain, Russell Caldwell, Scott Carlson, Cathy Caughman, Terri Caughman, Jim Chapa, Todd Churchill, Donald Clark, 
MariajSlemente, Randy Compton, Mike Connor, John Cook, Pam Cooley. David Corley, Gregg Corley, Elizabeth Crane, Dwayne Creech, Shari Crumpton. 
Becky Dalton, Steve Danko. Fred Dantzler, Pam Davis. Teresa Davis, Laura Deng. Cathy Desmarais, Rhonda Dilmore, Sandy Dixon, Doug Dorner, David 
Dunakin, Mark Durham. Beth Ehnot. Jenni Eleazer. Gregg Elliott. Eric Fosterk. Doug Fountain, Lynn Foxx. Michael Freeman, Joy Gahagan, Karen Gambrell. 
Luis Garcia. Randall Garner. Pam Garrett, Ron Garrett, Susan Glenn, Gloria Gramling. Benetta Green, Carol Grobe, John Hall, Susan Hall. Richard Harley, 
David Hatcher, Jan Hawkins, Fran Henry, Mary Ellen Hertig, Scott Hesketh. Sherri Hicks, Priscilla Hill, Gary Holcombe, Curtis Holland. Donna Holland, Lori 
Huff. Anne Margaret Hughes, Andy Hutto, Drew Hyde, Louis Ismande, Wendy Jackson, Dennis James. William Jeffers, Dan Jenkins. Keith Jenkins, Lisa 
Johnson. Nern Beth Johnson. Lee Johnson. Wayne Johnson, Dave Johnston. Randy Jones. Tim Jones. Lanie Jordan. Nancy Joyner, Aris Kalivretenos, Deifre 
Kenelly, Janet Kilian, Eric Knox. Kurt Koch. Paula Kroft, Chuck Lachanos, Sonia Lee. Mark LeGrand, Mark Lentz, Tim Lmdberg. Ken Lindler. Vicky 
Livingston, Kim Loer, John Lutz. Larry Mackinson, Evelyn Mappus. Holly Marken. Greg Martin, Dan Matthews, Joy McCain, Warren McClam, Lorin 
McCollough, David McCord, Marshall McCrary. Stephanie McCuen. John McGuire, Erin McJunkin, Chris McSpadden, Beth Meadows. Curtis Middleton. John 
Mitchell. Max Monroe. Christy Moody, Nancy Moore, Allen Moore, Mike Morris. Bob Morris, Michele Nodi, Jim Oswald. Trenna Page, Debra Pekrul, Susan 
Penney. Sharon Perrm. Tammie Pinkston, Kelvin Pratt, Richard Pruitt, Melanie Quinn, Sharon Rainey, Mary Ellen Raliski, David Rast, Edward Rast, Karen 
Reynolds. B.J Rhoads. John Richardson. Dana Riddle. Cathy Rigg. Ken Robinson. Kathy Rogers, Suzanne Rouse, James Rowe, Bill Salmond, Phil Saucier, 
Susan Scarlett. Rick Schwarz. David E. Scott. David F. Scott. David Scotten, Don Searle, Rynn Sharpe, Ken Sharrett, Linda Singleton, Lisa Smedley, Allen 
Smith, Laura Smith, Win Smith. Scott Sommerfeld. Amy Spitzmiller, Melissa Staley. William Stephens, Dan Stoney. Carol Stoudemire. Dale Stoudemire, 
Brenda Sturgill, James Summer. David Taylor. Rob Taylor, Curtis Terry, Joy Terry, Mike Terry, Scott Thompson, Jimmy Thorne, Ingrid Tilghman. Bernard 
Tesdale, Johnnie Turner, Jim Ulmer. Kathy Urban, Kathy Valdes, Karen Vance. Betsy Veronee. Kurt Waldhauer, Jack Wallace. Steve Wand. Todd Warnock. 
Gayle Watson, Joan Webb, Lauren Whelpley. Sharon Whitfield. Tommy Whitlock. Joel Wiggins, Kent Wigington, Joel Wilder, Scott Wilson, Bryan Wood, 
Larry Young. 



SPECIAL INTEREST 



327 



Tiger Belles 




1st Row L to R: Betsy Mcintosh, Joan Wicker, Deborah Capers, Karen Humphries. 2nd Row L to R: Stacey Grant, Melissa Groves, Elizabeth Novak, Louise 
Ramsay, Carlotta Groves, Laura McGinnis, Teresa Moore. 



Tri Chi Brotherhood 

Social Organization 




1st Row L to R: Dr Fred Morgan (Advisor), Tommy Robinson, Mike Holladay, Dale Watson, Steve Haruin 2nd Row L to R: Bryan Hill, 
Dave Holsten, Jeff Green, Mark Metts 3rd Row L to R: Steve Simmons, Austin Townsend, Roger Reid, Tony Sorrells. 4th Row L to R: 
Max Monroe, Scott Burns. Ficky Long, Les Wigierek. Scott Weatherford 



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University Union 



Union Volunteers 




1st Row L to R: Julie Gehlken, Sonja Miller, Cindy Shain, Sandy Dukes, P J Jefferds, Liderle Carroll. Scott Gillespie, Anne Boudreaux, Joy Chapman, Julie 
Faltermeier, Eva McLeod 2nd Row L to R: Kel Carter, Kirby Player, Debbie Fennington, Yvonne Stephenson, Rosemary Martin, Mary Green, Iris Ballard, 
Gwen Dorr, Karen Dempsey. 3rd Row L to R: Dmdy Werber, Jan Hall, Lizanne Bair, Rick Felder, Debbie, N/A, N/A, Mimi Baumgardner, Rich Finneyfrock, 
Beth Perkins. 4th Row L to R: Marcia Kennard Kiessling, Butch Trent, Bill Mandicott, Karen Dalton, Dan O'Brien, Dale Stoller, Bobby Flemming, Steve 
Dickert, Brendan Moles, N/A. N/A, Nick Aden, Nancy Peknel, Shannon Smith, Debbie Pekrul, Thomas Felkel, Debbie Smith, Lucy Bowen, Cece 
McCormick, Dee Sandifer, Linda Campbell, Carlton Gosnell, Gregg Weldon. 5th Row L to R: David Leech, Mike Carrigan, Drew Smith. 6th Row L to R: 
Jean Coll, Sam Whitfield. Michelle Diaz, Paul Schmitt, Kris Fleener. Jerry Coughter, Fick Priester. Kurt Whitley, Lane Jolley, David White, Stuart Brandt, 
Wess, N/A, Ace, N/A, Ben Whittier. 



SPECIAL INTEREST -- 329 



Union Board 




1st Row L to R: Rick Felder, Yvonne Stevenson, Lizanne Bair, Rose Mary Martin, Butch Trent, 2nd Row L to R: Bill Mandicott. Stu Brandt, Marcia 
Kiessling, Karen Jackson, Joy Chapman. Debbie Pekrul, Debbie Fennington, Liderle Carroll, P J. Jeffords, 3rd Row L to R: Paul Schmitt. Rick Pnester, 
Mark Richards, Proff. Hugh Webb, Kurt Whitley, Robbie Eruin. 

Union Staff 




1st Row L to R: Karen Dalton, Bobby Palmer, Ina Durham, Marcia Kiessling 2nd Row L to R Bill Mandicott, Patti Steadman, Butch Trent, Sarah 
Williamson, Andy Harris, Bud Wilcox. 



330 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



Water Ski Club 




1st Row L to R: Steve Young, Tony Scruggs, Mike Baird, Dana Rice, Dave Mummau, David Hembree. Frank Thompson. Bill Cann 2nd Row L to R: David 
Cabmess, Greg Papadogeozgis, Mick Giannopoulos. Marc Stecker, Steve Lovelace, Sonny Hendnx. 



SPECIAL INTEREST — 331 



WSBF-FM 




1st Row L to R: Tom Daspit (Chief Engineer), Sue Jeter. 2nd Row L to R: Gary Monson, Lloyd Newaman, James Stevenson (Program Director). 3rd Row L to 
R: Mike Richbourg. David Jones, Bell Richardsoh, Mike Mac (Sports Director), 4th Row L to R: Andy Applegate, Bruce Lennox (Business Director), Scott 
Pazur (Music Director), 5th Row L to R: Paul Diblasi, Kim Davis, Lee Morona. 



332 — SPECIAL INTEREST 



The Chronicle 




1st Row L to R: John Madera, John Brooks, Liz Willey, Cerise Camille. Speed Bouknight. 2nd Row L to R: Dr. Mark Steadman (Advisor). Betsy Shoolbred, 
Annette House, David Hamilton (Editor-in-Chief), Bruce Johnson. 



SPECIAL INTEREST - 333 



Greeks 










Contents 



Alpha Delta Pi 


338 


Alpha Gamma Rho 


340 


Alpha Kappa Alpha 


342 


Alpha Tau Omega 


344 


Beta Theta Pi 


346 


Chi Omega 


348 


Chi Psi 


350 


Delta Delta Delta 


352 


Delta Gamma 


354 


Interfraternity Council 


343 


Kappa Alpha Order 


356 


Kappa Alpha Theta 


358 


Kappa Delta 


360 


Kappa Kappa Gamma 


362 


Kappa Sigma 


364 


Omega Psi Phi 


368 


Panhellenic Council 


368 


Phi Delta Theta 


366 


Phi Gamma Delta 


369 


Pi Beta Phi 


370 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


372 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


374 


Sigma Chi 


376 


Sigma Nu 


378 


Sigma Phi Epsilon 


380 


Theta Chi 


382 


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Alpha Delta Pi 




1. Caroline Burley 


24. 


Sheri Walsh 


47. 


Gina Berger 


70. 


Lisa Smith 


2. Susan Jenkins 


25. 


Beth Roberts 


48. 


Susi Haight 


71. 


Terry Headden 


3. Cameron Smith 


26. 


Lisa Tumboli 


49. 


Laura Chamblee 


72. 


Margaret Lucas 


4. Lisa Gallick 


27. 


Angie Sill 


50. 


Cynthia Harrell 


73. 


Wanda Shealy 


5. Marian Cranford 


28. 


Andrea Scott 


51. 


Jenny King 


74. 


Tricia Blalock 


6. Kim Holman 


29. 


Kathy Briggs 


52. 


Connie Conners 


75. 


Maria Echarte 


7. Debbie Detter 


30, 


Christi Coxe 


53. 


Fran Woodard 


76. 


Karen Watson 


8. Jan Morrow 


31. 


Cindy Whaley 


54. 


Jean Floyd 


77. 


LuAnn Anderson 


9. Andrea Harris 


32. 


Leslie Mickler 


55. 


Donna Henry 


78. 


Melissa Farmer 


10. Leslie Yeager 


33. 


Cheryl Huff 


56. 


Michelle Spitler 


79, 


Ruthie Gage 


11. Ruth Krech 


34. 


Anita Burns 


57. 


Lauren Wintermantel 


80. 


Ann Walder 


12. Beth Fisher 


35. 


Mary Mills 


58. 


Leslie Stebbins 


81. 


Robin Summerville 


13. Linda Lolla 


36. 


Linda Schwartz 


59. 


Jana Locke 


82. 


Betsy Felder 


14. Rae Fritz 


37. 


Saretta Ballentine 


60. 


Beth Bodenheimer 


83. 


Annie Buxton 


15. Ginny Hanlon 


38. 


Bonnie Davis 


61. 


Harriet Chipley 


84. 


Sallie Folse 


16. Debbie Montieth 


39. 


Dawn Langley 


62. 


Jennifer McClain 


85. 


Kelly Abele 


17. Sylvia Easterling 


40. 


Debbie Burdette 


63. 


Sue McKinzie 


86. 


Becky Rogers 


18. Julie Jettords 


41. 


Daryl Leigh Jacobs 


64. 


Robin Jamerson 


87. 


Lori Smith 


19. Cindy Smith 


42. 


Rhoda Hausknecht 


65. 


Kim Dooley 


88. 


Dawn Sudduth 


20. Beth Brent 


43. 


Beverly Mitchell 


66. 


Jenny Pitts 


89. 


Amy Jones 


21. Cathy Schwarz 


44. 


Anna Goode 


67. 


Leslie Suhrer 


90. 


Susan Schrum 


22. Pam Kinard 


45. 


Carla Sisk 


68. 


Paula Murray 


91. 


Roxanne vanMeter 


23. Julia Heanderson 


46. 


Amy Davidson 


69. 


Maggie Hall 







338 GREEK 



Alpha Delta Pi Officers and Seniors 




1st Row L to R: Tina Badger, Paulette Melton, Kathryn Tannehill, Jaye Fees, Colleene Kelly, Paula Neimer. 2nd Row L to R: 
Nancy McClure, Lynne Juff. Cathy Read, Polly Thomas, Susan Farthing. 3rd Row L to R: Carol Loccarini, Sarah Thomas, 
Pat Ale. Jo Snipes, Kathy Ford. 4th Row L to R: Susan Bradshaw, Teresa Sarvis, Robin Broome, Anne Snipes, Kim 
Anderson. 



Today's Clemson student tends to see fraternities and 
sororities as being old and established at this school for many 
years. The truth is that the greek organizations that we recog- 
nize as "old" are really quite young when compared to their 
counterparts at other colleges and universities. Many of them 
began with local organizations that most of us have never 
ever heard of. 

Greeks, because they form such close relationships within 
each group, have a kind of unique spirit in everything they do 
whether it be playing a gag on a friend or winning a presti- 
gious award. This "unique spirit" is a reasoning factor behind 
their selection process through rush. Each member and fu- 
ture member must fit into that spirit and be willing and able to 
contribute his or her all to the group. 

Contribution to the parties is the part that appeals to many 
of the rushees. Every greek organization has its parties; some 
mixers, some theme parties, and some parties that have 
become annual events. Many such events involve all the 
greek organizations as a whole. 

But enjoying parties is only a small part of what greeks do. 
They all participate in various service projects through which 
they do everything from help with Community Clean-Up to 
raise money for Muscular Dystrophy. All their activities com- 
bined make them an asset to the community and to Clemson 
University. 

As mentioned before, many of these current organizations 
originated from local organizations in the Clemson communi- 
ty. Delta Kappa Alpha, the first such organization to be 



formed in this community after the Civil War, later became 
what we recognize as Alpha Tau Omega. Beta Sigma Chi, 
formed in 1933, evolved into Chi Psi. Others included Sigma 
Kappa Epsilon, now Beta Theta Pi; The Numerical society, 
now Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chi Lambda, now Theta Chi; and 
Alpha Gamma which split into Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha 
Gamma Rho. Alpha Kappa Alpha, a current organization on 
campus, is a chapter of the oldest greek letter organization 
for Black College Women. But although these organizations 
seem to have long histories, they are still young as far as their 
national charters and their alumni support are concerned. 

A great majority of the groups wee chartered in 1970 with 
some scattered over the following years. Delta Gamma was 
chartered as recently as 1981. Since this makes the greeks 
anywhere from one to 12 years old they no longer seem very 
"old" or "established". But with every rush season and with 
every passing year they are able to increase their age, estab- 
lishment, and alumni support. 

Although fraternities do no set quotas for the number of 
pledges they will accept, they do set a minimum GPR require- 
ment of 2.0. Fraternities usually start each semester with a 
new rush season unlike sororities which usually have rush 
only in the fall. Because sororities have quotas set for their 
pledge classes by Panhellenic Council, they need only have a 
spring rush if the quota was not met during the fall. Pledges 
for sororities must also meet a minimum GPR requirement of 
2.0. In general, both fraternities and sororities look for the 
same good qualities in perspective pledges: willingness to 



GREEK 339 



Jill Gorby decides to spice up this annual event in which Delta Delta Delta 
Sorority carves pumpkins in the spirit of the Halloween holidays to give to other 
greek organizations. 




Byron Nolan 



Alpha Gamma Rhomates 




1st Row L to Ft: Barbara Dunning, Julie Kriegel, Kassie Haynes, Cathy Counts, Beth Hawkins, Lynn Ballentine. 2nd Row I to R Deidre Smoak, Debbie 
Berry. Judy Harriett. Mimi Patrick, Tammy Barnhill 3rd Row L to R I ynn McFlmurry, Donnie McFlmurray. Nancy Gentry 



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Alpha Gamma Rho 

i 




1. Tom Rogers 


12. Philip Rizer 


23. Brian Ramey 


34. 


Lewis Cummings 


2. Keith Trenton 


13. Baxter Sowell 


24. John Floyd 


35. 


Kenny Rahn 


3. Nancy Gentry (Sweetheart) 


14. David Lockwood 


25. Don Perry 


36. 


Robin Brown 


4. Tally Alexander (House mother) 


15. Tony Barwick 


26. Chip Bridges 


37. 


Richard Coppellman 


5. Randy Ligon 


16. Mark Poll 


27. Alan Abies 


38. 


Mike McCaskill 


6. Scott Lawson 


17. Rhett Godtrey 


28. Steve Greer 


39. 


Frank Love 


7. Fred Tritapoe 


18. Ed Neal 


29. Dan Henderson 


40. 


Lee Hughes 


8. Connally Bradley 


19. Robert Peoples 


30. James Cummings 


41. 


Chris Le Master 


9. Thad Boatwright 


20. Gary Horton 


31. Steve Owen 


42. 


Henry Barnett 


10. Keu Rutf 


21. Charles Phillips 


32. Scott Justice 


43. 


Tony Polk 


1 1. Jim Lollis 


22. Shelley Matthews 


33. Terry Smoak 







GREEK 341 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 




L to R: Barbara Brown, Tammy Hardy, Janice L. Woodard, Natalie Brevard, Demetra Gray, Sheila Gambrell, Rosemary Martin. 



342 GREEK 



Interfraternity Council 




Tom R^. Bo^n^ ™^ ^ *>f ■ James Johnson. Roy Taioert. Mar k Strom. 2nd Row L to R.- 

Tony Po„ Jim Nenson 9 R, ck HilL. B,N Linton. W?^S!^Sn^Kr^'5rS: ^ ^^ ^ JaCkS ° n ' 3rd ^ L to * 



GREEK 343 



Alpha Tau Omega 




1. Mike McKenney 


16. 


Gloria Gambrell 


31. Keith Davis 


46. 


Chris Cash 


2. Bob Erwin 


17. 


Charles Ruff 


32. Bryan Hoover 


47. 


Randy Fowler 


3. Al Mathiason 


18. 


Scott Bankhead 


33. Eric Baskin 


48. 


Mike Nelson 


4. Jay Boatwright 


19. 


Greg Lunn 


34. Mark Uinkle 


49. 


Beu Flowers 


5. Trip Moorhead 


20. 


Ray Delgado 


35. Rodger Morgan 


50. 


Tim Nays 


6. Robbi 


21. 


Phill Givens 


36. Bryan Wood 


51. 


Bill Marco 


7. Ed Gassman 


22. 


Clem Collins 


37. Chris McMeekin 


52. 


Corky Loper 


8. James Kennedy 


23. 


Bret Foster 


38. Eugie Ott 


53. 


Bruce Coy 


9. Chad Connelly 


24. 


Rick Deforest 


39, Jim Shoemaker 


54. 


Don Garber 


10. Karl Counts 


25. 


Andy Rowland 


40. Wade Allen 


55. 


Rick McCormick 


11. Matt Holtzer 


26. 


Rebbie Dunn 


41. Steve Wormser 


56. 


Billy Rauton 


12. Ken Holmes 


27. 


Alex Westbrook 


42. Mark Stroman 


57. 


Knox Landers 


13. Steve Hale 


28. 


Rob Gray 


43. Mark Ferguson 


58. 


George Reynolds 


14. Lee Ayers 


29. 


Randy Hoeschen 


44. Scott Shipes 






15. Robert MacNaughton 


30. 


Bob Duff 


45. Steve Bowman 







344 GREEK 



Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters 




1st Row L to R: Kim Hollar, Cathy Rigg, Alison Albea, Jil Titus. 2nd Row L to R: Nancy Wolla, Mary McNeill, Donna Sink, Beth Perkins, Julie 
Hebbard, Melinda Chappell. Beth Cousins, Debbie Burdette, Lue Anne Anderson. 3rd Row L to R: Cindy Haynes, Lou Ellen Strock, Ginny 
Stalworth, Jackie Voegelein, Gloria Gambrell, Laura Clodfelter, Lindy Langstaff, Beth Whittington. 

Andy Smith 

Rain made for a messy Greek Day on Riggs field this year, but some celebra- 
tors seemed to take advantage of the situation more than others. 




GREEK 345 



Beta Theta Pi Little Sisters 




I 



1st Row L to R: Jennifer Brown, Beverly Thomas, Shari Jamieson (President), Jim Borick, Jan Bozard. 2nd Row L to R: Sue Czerniecki, Beth Shealy, Lisa 
Smith, Nell Quarles, Mary Ruczko, Alison Howard, Kim Kowalski, Andrea Randle. Beverly Glenn. 3rd Row L to R: Kam Cochran, Arian Roberts, Jennifer 
Chenault (Social Chairman), Margie Bonner, Ginny Bowers. Cindy Anderson, Laurie Whelpley (Treasurer), Cathy Clamton, Ann Satterwhite, Macie Cox, 
Janet Helms (Secretary), Rhonda Lisk, Lynn Foster. 



346 GREEK 



Beta Theta Pi 




1. Tim Lollis (Treasurer) 


19. 


Ramon Maduro 


37. 


Bennie Edwards 


2. Gordon Lowman 


20. 


David Alexander 


38. 


Tripp West 


3. Billy Leaphart (Vice President) 


21. Rob McCrorey 


39. 


Richard Lyles 


4. Kenny Borick 


22. 


Jon Lauchnor 


40. 


Don Langmo 


5. Greg Canniff 


23. 


Todd Hammer 


41. 


Mike Sleatord 


6. Beverly Thomas 


24. 


Johnny Davis 


42. 


Reid Thomas 


7. Scott Thomason 


25. 


Mike Simmons 


43. 


Mike Roberds 


8. Steve Hall 


26. 


Brent Bobo (President) 


44. 


William Addis 


9. Dr. Jim Linder 


27. 


Spence Roddey 


45. 


Mark Ward 


10. Jay Randle 


28. 


Chad Hood 


46. 


Trey Gaskins 


1 1. Steve Simmons 


29. 


Rich Sanborn 


47. 


Mark McNeill 


12. Alan Sprayberry 


30. 


George Alexander 


48, 


Chris Peterson 


13. Mark Owens 


31. 


Fleet Albrecht 


49. 


Marty Osborn 


14. Bill McLellan 


32. 


Tony Turner 


50. 


Doug Coeman (Treasurer) 


15. Jim Borick 


33. 


Thad Grantham 


51. 


Marty Bryson 


16. Mike Trainer 


34. 


Johnny Tribble 


52. 


Tom Cothran 


17. Tom Wilson 


35. 


David Lisk 


53. 


Matt Ellison 


18. Rodney Brown 


36. 


David Holl 


54.Davdi Ramger 



GREEK 347 



Chi Omega 




1. 


Caroline Bullington 


21. 


Ginny Garrett 


41. 


Ada Fyans 


61. 


Bonnie Walker 




Tish Fain 


22. 


Kim Miller 


42. 


Sue Scarlett 


62. 


Margo Wood 


3. 


Lynn Hagan 


23. 


Mary Rose 


43. 


Peggy Propster 


63. 


Paula Patterson 


4. 


Rose Ann Knight 


24. 


Leslie Wallace 


44. 


Pella Musselman 


64. 


Dixie Inabinet 


5. 


Rhonda Lisk 


25. 


Cindy Anderson 


45. 


Rhonda Ayers 


65. 


Jennifer Chenault 


6. 


Dianne Lorelle 


26. 


Ginny Bowers 


46. 


Carolyn McCanless 


66. 


Beth McBride 


7. 


Carroll Chambers 


27. 


Sarah Day 


47. 


Pat Berry 


67. 


Tammy Bolt 


8. 


Leila Roddey 


28. 


Pat Epper 


48. 


Jacqueline Davis 


68. 


Lynn Herndon 


9. 


Kim Kowalski 


29. 


Sharon Jones 


49. 


Sarah Lever 


69. 


Michele McSwain 


10. 


Gail Moore 


30. 


Cathy Pickens 


50. 


Nancy Akel 


70. 


Lauri Whelpley 


11. 


Donna Stephens 


31. 


Julie Pickens 


51. 


Eve Ballard 


71. 


Kelly Carr 


12. 


Dawn Tucker 


32. 


Wende Watson 


52. 


Ani Miyares 


72. 


Kathy White 


13. 


Karen Gore 


33. 


Harvey Welch 


53. 


Joanne Altman 


73. 


Hunter Foster 


14. 


Ada Swetenburg 


34. 


Connie Duke 


54. 


Luanne Jaynes 


74. 


Melanie Seabrook 


15. 


Sondra Woodward 


35. 


Louise Ramsay 


55. 


Kathy Anderson 


75. 


Susan Gray 


16. 


Paige Hutto 


36. 


Caroline Sanders 


56. 


Lisa Parker 


76. 


Elizabeth Frederick 


17. 


Mary Skelley 


37. 


Trellise Barden 


57. 


Debbie Johnson 


78. 


Susan Blackmon 


18. 


Brindley Guy 


38. 


Beth Shealy 


58. 


Bonnie Ramsbottom 






19. 


Melinda White 


39. 


Sallie Plyler 


59. 


Lindy Langstalf 






20. 


Becky Moore 


40. 


Jan Smith 


60. 


Barbara Atkinson 







348 GREEK 



Chi Omega Seniors 




1st Row L to R: Lynne Hagan, Rose Ann Knight. Rhonda Lisk. Leila Roddey. Carroll Chambers. 2nd Row L to R: Sharon Jones, Kathy Pickens. 
Ginny Bowers. Kim Miller. Carolyn McCanless. 3rd Row L to R: Beth Shealy. Susan Blackmon. Cindy Anderson. 



With Rush off to a good start. Bonnie Bossart and Bevy Ingram take 
advantage of this opportunity to "ham it up" with the camera. 




Charles Hucks 



GREEK 349 













This contestant inches a ping pong ball down the -• 

course in the Hurricane event at Sigma Chi Fraterni- ** • V .•» "** 
ty's second annual Derby Day celebration. 



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Bruce Rachman 



Chi Psi Little Sisters 




1st Row L to R: Dennise Jackson, Sharon Dobson. Patty Weaver, L yn Anderson. 2nd Row I to R Mary Grether, Judy Silverman, Katherine Bowen, Nancy 
Streeter, Ginger Page, Gary Eason, Sherri Teague, Ronda Rister 3rd Row L to R: Laura Laudermille. Shirley Jordan, Stacy Barbieri, Coby Corkern, I on 
Jackson. 



350 GREEK 



Chi Psi 




1. Greg Wood 


10. Bruce Rachman 


19. Jeff Ball 


2. Tom Rivers 


1 1. Scott Murdaugh 


20. Mike Roberts 


3. Roy Talbert 


12. Craig Vecchione 


21. Larry Breen 


4. Patty Weaver (Sweetheart) 


13. Paul Newton 


22. Ed Wyman 


5. Danny Pechthalt 


14. Chris Peeples 


23. Robert Merchant 


6. Mark Strom 


15. Gerald Walsh 


24. Scott Tompson 


7. Rich Gowe 


16. Wayne Cassaday 


25. David Cruzado 


8. John Brooks 


17. Mark Jaxtheimer 


26. Larry Ayers 


9. Eric Gluse 


18. Jesse Craft 


27. Steve Dodson 



GREEK 351 



Delta Delta Delta 




1. 


Pam Hartle 


28. 


Dee Kerhnlas 


55. 


Dione Roney 


82. 


Mary Tisdale 


2. 


Allison Howard 


29. 


Susan Cross 


56. 


Kathy Kretch 


83. 


Patty Paget 


3. 


Elizabeth Arnot 


30. 


Beth Jamison 


57. 


Jean Sessions 


84. 


Kim Harrison 


4. 


Lauren Bond 


31. 


Beth Wittington 


58. 


Whitney O'Bryan 


85. 


Beth Baxter 


5. 


Lisa Newton 


32. 


Kim Wellborn 


59. 


Bonnie Bennett 


86. 


Kitsy Foster 


6. 


Amy Brooks 


33. 


Susan Hollinger 


60. 


Janet Plum 


87. 


Susan Culbreth 


7. 


Gayle Ruhlen 


34. 


Jeanne Aichele 


61. 


Stacey Speight 


88. 


Pam Atchley 


8. 


Leslie Allen 


35. 


Suzy Tisdale 


62. 


Laura Russell 


89. 


Ruslyn Martin 


9. 


Marsha Bradford 


36. 


Jenny Row 


63. 


Lynne Tisdale 


90. 


Cindy Coggins 


10. 


Lynn Tiller 


37. 


Elizabeth Pate 


64. 


Margaret Seegars 


91. 


Julie Hentz ' 


11. 


Barbara Crawford 


38. 


Evelyn Cribb 


65. 


Elizabeth Singleton 


92. 


Sally Anderson 


12. 


Beth Ingle 


39. 


Lois Martin 


66. 


Jill Gorby 


93. 


Mary Lou Norton 


13. 


Jill Edwards 


40. 


Leslie McCormick 


67. 


Heather Herndon 


94. 


Tonya McDonal 


14. 


Kelly Jones 


41. 


Genger Lundy 


68 Catherine Dellinger 


95. 


Mollie Johnson 


15. 


Laura Bird 


42. 


Jan Bozard 


69. 


Michele Hand 


96. 


Cynthia Young 


16. 


Denise Baines 


43. 


Jan Bennett 


70. 


Reeves Allen 


97. 


Maureen Valk 


17. 


Sherri Welles 


44.Janine Morrow 


71. 


Susan Moore 


98. 


Lyndley Spoto 


18. 


Paula Fisher 


45. 


Wanda Williams 


72. 


Leslie Foster 


99. 


Marsha Tooney 


19. 


Betsy Blankenship 


46. 


Jeannie Atkinson 


73. 


Peggy Riddick 


100. 


Dena Morgan 


20. 


Vivan Kerhonlas 


47. 


Chris Kamerschen 


74. 


Lindsay Germany 


101. 


Stacey Newton 


21. 


Leigh Anne Whitlock 


48. 


Sallie Hunter 


75. 


Leslie Hambrigh 


102. 


Debbie Breneman 


22. 


Jeanie Robertson 


49. 


Laura McGinnis 


76. 


Stephanie Butler 


103. 


Karen Swancy 


23. 


Eleanor Eggleston 


50. 


Beth Hostuns 


77. 


Erin McDade 


104. 


Marsha Askins 


24. 


Cathy Clayton 


51. 


Karen Varalla 


78. 


Karen Lawing 


105. 


Dena Owen 


25. 


Allison Baker 


52. 


Caren Gulledge 


79. 


Karen Carr 


106. 


Mary Prewitt 


26. 


Pam Allen 


53. 


Margaret Ozburn 


80. 


Janet Brooks 






27. 


Alice McCall 


54. 


Susan Anderson 


81. 


Kit Thrash 







352 GREEK 



Delta Delta Delta Seniors 




1st Row L to R: Terri Purvis, Laura Crawford, Sherri Nix, Nora McArthur, Jeannie Sanders, Julie Banks, Kathy Rice, Shari Jamison. 2nd Row L to R: Jane 
Moss, Lynn Riddick, Susan Piatt. Lisa Dabbs, Cindy Brazell, Ann Ward, Sharon Stagg, Becky Dalton, Laurie Dalton. 3rd Row L to R: Sally Proctor, Beverly 
Smith, Stacey Wilson, Mary Ann Parham, Karen Caldwell, Johnna Herring, Laurie Sampson, Anne Sherer. 4th Row L to R: Kathy Paget, Janice Sween, 
Sterling Jones. Barbara Bissey, Marie Hatcher, Michele Hopkins, Lucy Bowen. 

give time and effort to aid the organization, ability to fit 
comfortably into the group, and sincerity in wanting to be a 
part of the greek community. 

By pulling all these characteristics together throughout the 
pledge class and members, each organization is able to 
achieve its goals, whether it be winning the egg toss at Dixie 
Day or being recognized as the outstanding overall greek 
organization. 

Greeks at Clemson won any prestigious awards this year. 
One of these was the National Panhellenic Award given to 
Kappa Delta for Best Pahellenic Relations. Pi Kappa Alpha 
was awarded the Smythe Award by their national charter this 
year, making the Clemson chapter a winner of six of the past 
1 1 of these awards. The Smythe Award is given to one of 10 
Pi Kappa Alpha chapters each year for outstanding overall 
chapter. Pi Kappa Alpha was also last year's recipient of the 
Heller Award, an award given to the best overall greek organi- 
zation based on an inter-greek pole. 

On the lighter side of things, greeks are also well known for 
their parties. Pi Kappa Alpha offers what they call a Three 
Floor Party in which three different floors are decorated, 
complete with three different types of music and three differ- 
ent drinks to keep the party going. 

Sigma Nu Crush Parties are also a favorite. For this party 
each brother invites two females of his choice to the party. 
Neither of the females knows who they were invited by unless 
the brother chooses to tell, or until they arrive at the party. 
Kappa Alpha Theta's Incredible Hunk Party is very similar in 
that each sister invites two males anonymously. 

A PJ-PJ Party sounds fun. Chi Psi's mixture of fluid and 
fashion probably makes for an interesting social event. Even 



GREEK 353 



Delta Gamma Officers 




1st Row L to R: Beth Barton (Panhellenic Delegate), Paige Welch (V-P Charter Relations), Robin Newton (Parlimentarian). 2nd Row L to R: Laura McCall 
(Treasurer), Peggy Grant (Anchora Public Relations) 3rd Row L to R: Tricia Neil (Recording Secretary), Laisa McCall (Activities Chairman — Historian). 4th 
Row L to R: Mary Payne (Assistant Treasurer), Pat Martin (President), Suzanne Burns (House Manager). 5th Row L to R: Jandell Reynolds (Corresponding 
Secretary), Judi Hunter (Scholarship Chairman), Tammi Briske (Social Chairman). 6th Row L to R: Debbie Schachner (Rituals), Denise Davisson (V-P Pledge 
Education), Brenda Fowler (Foundation Chairman), Gail Parker (V-P) Rush). 






Delta Gamma 




1. 


Beth Thompson 


20. 


Kim Nealy 


39. 


Nansi-Lee Cole 


58. 


Jeanne Mastellone 


2. 


Laura Sanders 


21. 


Ellen Hinton 


40. 


Janet Kruer 


59. 


Betty Hunter 


3. 


Beth Barton 


22. 


Stacy Huff 


41. 


Michelle Stewart 


60. 


Kelley Holder 


4. 


Lenore Kaufman 


23. 


Amy Davis 


42. 


Brooke Stillwell 


61. 


Jandell Reynolds 


5. 


Laura McCall 


24. 


Kelly Cahill 


43. 


Cheryl Adams 


62. 


Debbie Schachner 


6. 


Alisa McCall 


25. 


Beth Reeder 


44. 


Rhonda Rister 


63. 


Kathy Heinshon 


7. 


Julie Giordano 


26. 


Patti Gilstrap 


45. 


Cathy Ging 


64. 


Helen Harman 


8. 


Robin Newton 


27. 


Laurie Fowler 


46. 


Caroline Williams 


65. 


Logan Humphries 


9. 


Missie Mize 


28. 


Elaine Pugh 


47. 


Janet McEIvy 


66. 


Pam Henrioud 


10. 


Suzanne Burns 


29. 


Brenda Fowler 


48. 


Kim Baehl 


67. 


Paige Welch 


11. 


Karen Huckaby 


30. 


Lyn Baumgardner 


49, 


Tammi Briske 


68. 


Teresa Caffrey 


12. 


Vivian Andrews 


31. 


Cynthia Parris 


50. 


Lorie Hall 


69. 


Beth Ammons 


13. 


Cindy Brown 


32. 


Susan Cothran 


51. 


Rocio Escobar 


70. 


Gail Parker 


14. 


Hope Harmon 


33. 


Dawn Bailey 


52. 


Mary Payne 


71. 


Lisa Lindsay 


15. 


Tricia Johnson 


34. 


Ronda Sumner 


53. 


Jenny Howie 


72. 


Denise Davisson 


16. 


Peggy Grant 


35. 


Beth Cousins 


54. 


Pam Mason 


73. 


Pat Martin 


17. 


Tricia Neil 


36. 


Sheila Kelley 


55. 


Ruth Folea 


74. 


Gretchen Becker 


18. 


Judi Hunter 


37. 


Kathy Aldworth 


56. 


Donna Cowart 


75. 


Betsy Furr 


19. 


Mary Beth Ballard 


38. 


Daonna Carlisle 


57. 


Julie Weitzel 


76. 


Pam Davis 



GREEK 355 



Kappa Alpha Order 




1. Jeff Anderson 


16. 


Kyle Daniel 


31. 


Ed Haiglar 


2. David Pattillo 


17. 


Jody Crudup 


32. 


Joe Pazdan 


3. Tom Runge 


18. 


Lee Harvin 


33. 


Robet Adams 


4. Janice Sween (Rose) 


19. 


Milton Schwartz 


34. 


Clarke Bynum 


5. Lee Lineberger 


20. 


Capers Easterby 


35. 


Andrew Flowers 


6. Jay Murray 


21. 


Roger Crawford 


36. 


Scott Jenkins 


7. Mike Yon 


22. 


Tommy Reeves 


37. 


Jimmy Townsend 


8. Don Kiser 


23. 


Peter Dority 


38. 


Keith Harvin 


9. Stewart Jones 


24. 


Hal Turner 


39. 


Ben Satcher 


10. Brian Wilson 


25. 


Cliff Casey 


40. 


Kit Carson 


1 1. Jimmy Gulledge 


26. 


Bobby Thompson 


41. 


Toby Kay 


12. Jack Zeigler 


27. 


Ron Rountree 


42. 


Mac Smith 


13. Glenn Barson 


28. 


Gray Suggs 


43. 


Don Mabry 


14. Buck Clawson 


29. 


Gary Brown 


44. 


Jamie Daniel 


15. Brad Bylenga 


30. 


Clark Templeton 


45. 


Mark Payne 



356 GREEK 



Kappa Alpha Little Sisters 




1st Row L to R: Margaret Seagers, Janet Plumb, Lauren Bond, Tara Wilson, Lisa Babbs, Tracy Gallant, Evelyn Cribb. 2nd Row L 
to R: Ann Farmer, Beth Kearns, Sterling Jones, Laura Holland, Jenny Foster, Beverly Smith. 3rd Row L to R: Liela Raddy, Janice 
Sween, Dana Crowe. Bonnie Ramsbottom, Sissy Satcher, Elizabeth Silgton, Lynn Riddick, Caroline Bullington, Peggy Riddick, 
Tanya McDonald, Caren Gulledge. 










Greek Day is full of rivalries and the brothers of 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity were right in on the fun in 
the tug-of-war competition. 



Andy Smith 



GREEK 357 



Kappa Alpha Theta Officers 




1st Row L to R: Janet Herdman, Beth Chapman, Wendy English, Jenny Pearce, Kim Althans, Tootsie Elam, Kaye Nabors. 2nd Row L to R: Leiann 
Rhodes, Abigail Black, Denise Bastian, Kim Mitchell, Laurie Bussey, Beth Sattenfield, Kay McCauley. 3rd Row L to R: Beth Whitten, Tammy Porter, 
Barbara Cason, Gwen Logan, Dianne Walker, Jeanne Mitchell, Ann Batson. 4th Row L to R: Meg McCabe, Pam Wentworth, Lederle Carroll, Cindy 
Johnson, Gena Phillips, Beth Roberts. 



358 GREEK 



Kappa Alpha Theta 




1 


Deegie Kelley 


20 


Ann Weisensee 


39. 


Dianne Walker 


58. 


Shanna Morton 


77 


Karil Harwell 


2. 


Linda Jones 


21. 


Elizabeth Hodgkiss 


40. 


Shari Smith 


59. 


Cheryl West 


78 


Julie Cribb 


3. 


Vennice Jernigan 


22. 


Allyson Hein 


41. 


Leiann Rhodes 


60. 


Beth Sattenfield 


79 


Crickey Browning 


4. 


Tammy Porter 


23. 


Meg McCabe 


42. 


Kay McCauley 


61 


Linda Pickens 


80 


-Mary Martin 


5. 


Ann Batson 


24. 


Linda Wilson 


43. 


Kat Cuddy 


62 


Amy Jerome 


81 


Susan McLeod 


6. 


Beth Whitten 


25. 


Pam Wentworth 


44. 


Ann Pattillo 


63. 


Marie Bannister 


82 


Katrina Ferrara 


7. 


Lederle Carroll 


26. 


Gwen Logan 


45. 


Kendrea Coates 


64 


Jennifer Morrow 


ft 3 


Dana Morris 


8 


Janet Herdman 


27. 


Jackie Voegelein 


46. 


Alison Albea 


65. 


CeCe McCormic 


84 


Laurie Jerome 


9. 


Jenny Pearce 


28 


Leslie Meriwether 


47. 


Genie Barringer 


66. 


Sherry Brown 


85 


Kelly Skinner 


10. 


Kim Althans 


29. 


Denise Bastian 


48 


Mandy Gordon 


67. 


Diane Norwood 


86 


Gretchen Wyatt 


11. 


Wendy English 


30. 


Michele Hughey 


49. 


Gena Phillips 


68 


Lisa Giampocaro 


8 7 


Anna Parrish 


12. 


Tootsie Elam 


31. 


Cindy Johnson 


50. 


Robin Bernstein 


69. 


Pam Lorentz 


88 


Elizabeth Jenkins 


13. 


Beth Chapman 


32. 


Ann Holcomb 


51. 


Cassie Crouch 


70. 


Dee Ann McKenny 


89. 


Suzanne Mitchell 


14 


Kim Mitchell 


33. 


Suzanne Birdsong 


52. 


Lisa Mosley 


71. 


Lisa Broderick 


90. 


Martha Carr 


15. 


Abigail Black 


34 


Allyson Arnold 


53. 


Jeanne Mitchell 


72 


Ginger Lachicotte 


91. 


Tracy Funderburk 


16. 


Kaye Nabors 


35 


Susi Brown 


54. 


Colleen Carson 


73. 


Julie Hunt 


92 


Kathy Gilchrist 


17. 


Laurie Bussey 


36. 


Martha Richardson 


55. 


Paula Kroft 


74. 


Cornelia Cont 


93 


Cathy Hill 


18 


Barbara Cason 


37. 


Ginny Heywood 


56. 


Kay Pate 


75. 


Kim Heerssen 


94. 


Kim Lemmons 


19 


Beth Roberts 


38 


Sara Dee 


57. 


Suzi Domarek 


76. 


Luci Little 


95 


Wanda Revis 



GREEK 359 



Kappa Delta 




1. 


Jan Arey 


25. 


Mary Hawkins 


49 


Mary Jane Norris 


73. 


Sue Bowman 


97 


Tatum Weitnauer 


2 


Kathy Bowman 


26. 


Susan Crawford 


50. 


Temple McTeer 


74 


Carol Coleman 


98. 


Nary Ebelain 


3. 


Jeannie Morgan 


27. 


Lisa Miller 


51. 


Laura Nigro 


75. 


Jacque Templeton 


99. 


Mary Rogers 


4. 


Janice Nance 


28. 


Melanie Leard 


52. 


Lisa Cheeseman 


76 


Holly McBride 


100. 


Kathy Unger 


5. 


Linsay Gibson 


29. 


Jennifer Hohnson 


53. 


Sheryl Wright 


77. 


Lisa Jones 


101. 


Susan Burbage 


6. 


Mitzi Stewart 


30 


Kim Chaffin 


54. 


Robin Wilhelm 


78 


Donna Holland 


102. 


Susie Adams 


7 


Joan Edwards 


31. 


Kathy Schempp 


55. 


Julie Hebbard 


79. 


Barbara Bailey 


103. 


Lisa Lappin 


8. 


Delia Freeman 


32. 


Dawn Moorefield 


56. 


Annette Smith 


80 


Connie Crowley 


104. 


Kathy Walsh 


9. 


Jin-Jin Craig 


33. 


Nancy Wells 


57. 


Kristy Land 


81 


Kim Wright 


105. 


Talitha Rogers 


10. 


Jeanne Andrews 


34. 


Toni Bridgeman 


58 


Laurie Dunbar 


82 


Cindy Rodgers 


106. 


Debbie Irwin 


11. 


Cyncy Van Patten 


35. 


Sue Evins 


59. 


Clellie Jones 


83 


Gene Poulnot 


107. 


Lynn Marie Everman 


12. 


Cynde Giles 


36. 


Cindy Gorton 


60 


Rebecca Young 


84 


Donna West 


108 


Jill Ballenger 


13. 


Lyn Anderson 


37. 


Mandy Kelley 


61 


Pam Gibson 


85. 


Stephanie Syna 


109 


Romaine Sargent 


14. 


Sherry Campbell 


38. 


Rena Parkins 


62. 


Jan Christian 


86. 


Debra Skey 


110 


Cori Leaman 


15. 


Donna Fowler 


39. 


Deena Jo Jensen 


63 


Kay Kennedy 


87. 


Jane Regan 


111. 


Helen Norris 


16 


Jill Wright 


40 


Robin Derrick 


64 


Kathy Hiller 


88. 


Pennie Howland 


112. 


Aminie McKinnon 


17 


Judy Painter 


41 


Cinci Maxwell 


65. 


Carol Creech 


89 


Susan Hill 


113. 


Jeanie Lomax 


18 


Sandy Diekroger 


42 


Jane Spruill 


66 


Marcia Winchip 


90 


Jennifer Goodwin 


114. 


Debbie Fowler 


19. 


Denise Bayne 


43. 


Sarah Porcher 


67 


Donna Sink 


91 


Ginny Sams 


115. 


Sharon Glass 


20. 


Lori Byrd 


44. 


Lisa Bates 


68. 


Hazel Huff 


92. 


Mary Ann Martin 


116 


Lisa Wigington 


21. 


Nell Quarles 


45 


Julie Foil 


69. 


Julie Henry 


93 


Nancy Pinckney 


117 


Beth Shelley 


22 


Michal Clark 


46. 


Elizabeth Daniels 


70 


Julie Coffey 


94. 


Judy Silverman 


118. 


Julie Grantham 


23. 


//ebb 


47 


Linda Hancock 


71 


Kim Campbell 


95 


Chris Jonas 


119 


Beth Spiegner 


24 


Angela Griffin 


48 


Lynne Greene 


72 


Laura Scobee 


Ml, 


Kay Tenneyson 


120 


Ruth Rolwing 



;ui ,!■:! I Y 



Kappa Delta Officers 




1st Row L to R: Jan Arey, Kathy Bowman. Jeannie Morgan, Janice Nance, Lindsay Gibson, Mitzi Stewart, Jill Wright 2nd Row L to R: Melanie Leard, Sherry 
Campbell, Julie Foil, Lori Byrd, Lynne Greene, Sue Evins, Donna Fowler, Judy Painter, Angela Griffin 3rd Row L to R: Lisa Miller, Kay Kennedy, Rena Parkins, 
Lisa Cheesman, Donna Holland. Elizabeth Daniels 4th Row L to R: Joan Edwards, Lyn Anderson, Sheryl Wright, Ruth Rolwing, Deena Jo Jensen 



wilder than this was a Zoo Party given by Alpha Tau Omega 
that enticed all sorts of creatures into the house and left a 
trace of kudzu in the lounge. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon's Bring in the Blizzard Party was more 
than appropriate since it really did bring in the first snow of 
the season for party goers who were already dressed for the 
occasion. But the most original party of all was given by 
Theta Chi. Their Welcome Back to Guiana Party was com- 
plete with, you guessed it, Kool-Aid punch! 

Some greek organizations have annual parties. Kappa Al- 
pha's Old South, held every year at Myrtle Beach, involves 
wearing confederate uniforms and reliving famous confeder- 
ate speeches. The nostalgic event concludes in a Confeder- 
ate Ball at the end of the evening. Chi Omega holds a father- 
daughter weekend with a formal banquet and dance. Alpha 
Gamma Rho holds an annual Spring Fling for the faculty of 
the College of Agricultural Sciences complete with bar-b-que 
and a band. The members of Theta Chi gather in Florida 
every spring break. Sigma Nu sponsors a Gator Ball on 
Ocean Drive at Myrtle Beach the week after spring semester 
exams. Of course, each greek organization looks forward to 
its annual formal. 

In addition to the festivities of the individual greek organiza- 
tions there are several occasions that bring all the greeks 
together. Events like Dixie Day, Greek Day, and Derby Day 
are all events that are looked forward to from year to year. 
Greeks also play a big part in First Friday Parade and Home- 

Kathy Ford and Suzanne Clawson participate in the Teeter-Totter Marathon 
sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority for the Ronald McDonald house in Dur- 
ham, North Carolina 




z i.' " ' 



Gunter Wiedemann 

< r,« |fs * 



vim 




GREEK 361 



Kappa Kappa Gamma Officers 




1st Row L to R: Nancy Wolla (Registrar), Zoe Jones (Public Relations), Donna Kay (President), Barbara Anderson (House), Beth Sutphin (Panhellenic), Janet 
Helms (Pledge Trainer), Emily Reeves (Asst. Treasurer). 2nd Row L to R: Laura Loven (Recording Secretary), Deborah Horton, (Athletic), Melinda Chappell 
(Marshall). Page Ramsey (Asst. First Vice President), Carol Lawrence (Asst. Pledge Trainer), Cheryl Bailey (Rush), Jo Ballard (Treasurer). 3rd Row L to R: 
Charlotte Bowen (Pictures), Katie Sowell (Second Vice President), Rebecca Drafts (Social), Kate Callaway (Parade), Rebecca Fennell (Membership), Mandy 
Guyton (First Vice President), Frances Kelly (Corrisponding Secretary). Robert Entenza 

This trick-or-treater enjoys the festivities of Halloween at a party given 
by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority for elementary school children in the 
Clemson community 




362 GREEK 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 




1. 


Mandy Guyton 


26 


Libby Trtter 


51. 


Alesia Thrasher 


76. 


Katie Sowell 


101. 


Cindy Waldrop 


2. 


Nancy Wolla 


27 


Rebecca Fennell 


52. 


Nancy Edge 


7 7 


Cathy Russel 


102. 


Anne Quackenbush 


3 


Susan Latimer 


28 


Cathy Cauthen 


53. 


Kim McCollum 


78 


Judy Hoyt 


103. 


Emily Reeves 


4. 


Melinda Chappell 


29. 


Karen Von Rosenberg 


54. 


Beth Sutphin 


79 


Lisa Mendenhall 


104 


Helen Worthington 


5. 


Diane Hope 


30 


Caroline Davant 


55. 


Bevy Ingram 


80 


Jeanne Bowers 


105. 


Kathy Leib 


6. 


Donna Kay 


31. 


Janet Helms 


56. 


Sherri Allen 


8 1 


Vicki Martell 


106. 


Lisa Poe 


7. 


Page Ramsey 


32. 


Kelly MacDonald 


57. 


Mary Paige Hutto 


82 


Deborah Horton 


107. 


Carlotta Westbury 


8 


English Drews 


33. 


Martha Kahler 


58. 


Melisha Todd 


83 


Cindi Padgett 


108. 


Laurie Port 


9 


Kern Melton 


34 


Gina Marcum 


59. 


Julie Lancaster 


84 


Elizabeth Gropp 


109. 


Dee Humphrey 


10. 


Fran Webster 


35 


Frances Kelly 


60. 


Sherry Davis 


85 


Eve O'Reilly 


110. 


Julie Thompson 


11. 


Barbara Anderson 


36. 


Christie Dufford 


61. 


Lisa McTeer 


86 


Lynn Armantrout 


111. 


Susan Suttlesworth 


12. 


Angela Dickerson 


37 


Liz Taylor 


62. 


Pat Hook 


87. 


Laurie Biehl 


112. 


Carol Lawrence 


13 


Kate Callaway 


38. 


Andrea Randall 


63. 


Lucia Frick 


88 


Monica Hooker 


113. 


Liz Hutchenson 


14. 


Jo Ballard 


39. 


Laura Mobilia 


64. 


Paula Sjoberg 


8 'J 


Kathleen Spurney 


114. 


Beverly Glenn 


15 


Murray Piatt 


40. 


Laura Smigay 


65. 


Eileen O'Dea 


'.0 


Salley Kinsey 


115. 


Susan Ashcraft 


16. 


Julie Richards 


41. 


Bonnie Bossart 


66. 


Tammy Lewis 


91 


Katie Benson 


116. 


Kathy King 


17 


Jackie Taylor 


42 


Beth Snipes 


67. 


Lyn Ballew 


92 


Mary Harris Edwards 


117. 


Beth Lombard 


18 


Sherri Vezena 


43. 


Laura Loven 


68. 


Terri Rossi 


93. 


Rebecca Mueller 


118. 


Macie Cox 


19. 


Zoe Jones 


44 


Michele Mewborn 


69. 


Pam Nichols 


94. 


Jenni Tindal 


119. 


Lisa Rupp 


20 


Babs Benson 


45. 


Lynn Foster 


70. 


Caroline Carmichael 


95. 


Gina Larson 


120. 


Katherine McGrady 


21 


Barbara Turnage 


46. 


Janet Johnston 


71. 


Angela Livingston 


96. 


Vivien Case 


121. 


Wayne Wilder 


22 


Beth Thomas 


47 


Bonnie Bragg 


72. 


Malinda McKee 


97. 


Charlotte Bowen 


122. 


Joanne Lazowski 


23 


Cathy Mobley 


48 


Beverly Fitzhugh 


73. 


Paige McQueen 


98. 


Frenise Leurant 


123. 


Cathy Adams 


24 


Sue Czerniecki 


49. 


Beth Emerson 


74. 


Cheryl Bailey 


99. 


Amy Agnew 


124. 


Terrell Smith 


25 


Robin Smith 


50. 


Elizabeth Hull 


75. 


Mili Ballard 


100. 


Rebecca Drafts 


125. 


Brenda Turnage 



GREEK 363 



Kappa Sigma 














1. Don Ridgell 


20. 


Tommy Truluck 


39. 


Carl Brown 


58. 


John Schaaf 


2. Delk Haigler 


21. 


Rob Reeves 


40. 


Alan Baker 


59. 


Bob Austin 


3. Gene Jackson 


22. 


Joe Moore 


41. 


Ed Hughes 


60. 


Jay Watson 


4. Bam Gressette 


23. 


Ernie Rabb 


42. 


Jeff White 


61. 


Wesley Jennings 


5. Graham Rich 


24. 


Sammy Cambell 


43. 


Ed Little 


62. 


Jay Laurens 


6. Louise Shaw (Sweetheart) 


25. 


Wilson McElveen 


44. 


David Dixon 


63. 


Hugh Wilson 


7. Jeff Coleman 


26. 


Pete Skrocki 


45. 


Bob Allen 


64. 


Jim Hipp 


8. Mike Williams 


27. 


Rate Dixon 


46. 


Woody Bunch 


65. 


Charlie Noyes 


9. James Johnson 


28. 


John Sims 


47. 


Dan Mace 


66. 


Jerry Marullo 


10. Wally Harris 


29. 


Paul Zimmerman 


48. 


Mike Hudgens 


67. 


Bob Norton 


1 1. Kirby Player 


30. 


Doug Durkee 


49. 


Charles Scurry 


68. 


Tommy Moran 


12. John Shelton 


31. 


Jimmy Hopke 


50. 


Mark Dullea 


69. 


Brian Clark 


13. Carl Price 


32. 


Dan Hodges 


51. 


Marion Hawkins 


70. 


Jay West 


14. Ken Lancaster 


33. 


Dave Huber 


52. 


Sheldon Reynolds 


71. 


Frank Lucius 


15. Ralph Aucoin 


34. 


Alan Bond 


53. 


Steve Grumbach 


72. 


Albert Lynch 


16. Tom Lail 


35. 


Greg Blazer 


54. 


Bryan Dacus 


73. 


Scott Laird 


17. Chris Bird 


36. 


Johnny Rankin 


55. 


George Wise 


74. 


Michael Snead 


18. Max DuBose 


37. 


Billy Owens 


56. 


Curt Spencer 


75. 


Larry Gosnell 


19. Steve Williams 


38. 


Ervin Brunson 


57. 


Chris Shuman 







!M f,R| | y 



Kappa Sigma Stardusters 




1st Row L to R: Julie Richards, Ginger Lachicotte, Kim Welborn, Susan Blackmon. 2nd Row L to R: Stephanie Dullea, Kay Wilson, English Drews, Michelle 
Stewart, Katherme Tannehill, Jackie Taylor, Dianne Walker, Barbara Scott, Jennifer Morrow, Holly Hare, Angela Smith. 3rd Row L to R: Kim Wright, Bonnie 
Davis, Carol Lawrence, Katherine McGrady, Suzanne Mitchell. Francis Withington, Donna Dayberry, Beth Sutphin, Louise Shaw, Fran u 'ebster 



GREEK 365 



Phi Delta Theta 




1. Dan Herd 


15 


Joseph Williams 


29 


J.P. White 


43 


Mark Van Leake 


2. Andy White 


16 


Rex Rodgers 


30 


Bill Linton 


44 


Pat Allen 


3. Andy Stevenson 


17. 


David Fleck 


31 


J.D. Fairey 


45 


Danny Russel 


4 David Sojourner 


18 


Mark Knight 


32 


David Fulmer 


46 


Russell Dallas 


5. Sue McKenzie (Sweetheart) 


19 


Rob Tracy 


33 


John Plisco 


47 


David Tucker 


6 Greg Sullivan 


20 


Markey Stubbs 


34 


Harry Pirie 


48 


David Lycke 


7. Jamie Di Stefano 


21 


Brumitte Sanders 


35 


John Marks 


49 


Mike Reid 


8 Dave Johnson 


22 


Kim Hilton 


36 


Richard Marks 


50 


Tim Richmond 


9. Dave Carkenord 


23 


Jim Faust 


37 


Robert Crawford 


51 


Pete Brooks 


10 Tod Caldwell 


24 


Paul Nigro 


38 


David Anderson 


52 


Mike Bunes 


1 1 Rodney Rabon 


25 


Bert Kroes 


39. 


Freddie Dulin 


53 


Bob Schafer 


12. Davis Ely 


26. 


Rodger Wilkerson 


40 


Dan Gerding 


54. 


Glenn Gorman 


13 Andy Courts 


27 


Mike Carpenter 


41 


Brian Carver 


55 


Sean Schultz 


14 Chad Larrabee 


28 


Bill McKenzie 


42 


Ron Niedrich 


56. 


Bobby Jarrell 



366 GREEK 



coming. 
Dixie Day 

Dixie Day, sponsored by Beta Theta Pi for all campus 
sororities, involves competition all during the year. This year 
was the 16th annual Dixie Day which was originated by 
Sigma Kappa Epsilon in 1966. This year's Dixie Day was 
organized by George Alexander, Vice President of Beta The- 
ta Pi. Competition areas include Sorority Sing, Scholarship, 
Sports, and the Miss Magnolia pageant. Trophies are award- 
ed for individual events gaining points toward the Dixie Day 
Award and Overall Dixie Day. The year's winners included Pi 
Beta Phi for sportsmanship, Alpha Delta Pi's Fran Woodard 
for Miss Magnolia, and Delta Delta Delta for sorority Sing, 
Scholarship, and Overall Dixie Day. 
Greek Day 

Greek Week and Greek Day have been annual events since 
they were started by local greek organizations in 1961. Greek 
Week, now sponsored by Interfraternity Council, involves an 
entire week of competition between all the greek organiza- 
tions. Many of the events used for competition are decided 
upon from year to year but a few such as the chariot race and 
the tug-of-war have became traditional for each celebration. 

Alpha Gamma Rho has won the tug-of-war competition for 
the past four years making them the winner of this event for 
seven of the past eight years. This year's chariot race award 
went to Chi Psi. The chariot award is given on the basis of 
appearance and racing ability. 

Points toward the Overall Greek Week Award can be accu- 
mulated by each greek organization for their participation in 
IFC sports, Homecoming displays, and Tigerama skits. But in 
addition to all the fun there is also a serious side to Greek 
Week. 

The 1981 Greek Week concentrated on legal liabilities and 
1982's event concentrated on alcohol abuse. Along with 
these serious concerns, Greek Week also tries to stress self 
improvement and greek spirit for all the greek organizations. 

IFC also gives a scholarship award to the greek organiza- 
tion with the best cummulative GPR. The winner of this award 
for the seventh year in a row was Alpha Gamma Rho. 
First Friday 

The ninth annual First Friday Parade, sponsored by Pi 
Kappa Alpha, included 40 entries this year. The sorority, 
fraternity, dorm, and professional catagories involved not 
only greeks but also the student body and allowed everyone 
to join in the excitement of the coming football season. This 
year Pi Beta Phi took first place in the sorority division. 
Second place went to Delta Gamma, already off to a good 
start soon after their colonization. Best Overall display was 
awarded to Alpha Gamma Rho. 
Derby Day 

Sigma Chi's second annual Derby Day also made a big hit 
this year, this event, sponsored for sororities, begins with a 
Derby Chase on a Friday afternoon. The Derby Chase is a 
game in which each fraternity brother is designated an area 
on campus. The sorority members go to the Sigma Chi 
lounge, pick a brother's name and a code name along with 
the area he was designated. They must then find the brother, 
say the code name, return to the lounge with his derby and 
receive another name and location. The sorority with the 
most derbies wins. 

Not only is this a weekend full of fun, beginning with the 
Derby Chase, but it is also Sigma Chi's big service project. 
Throughout the weekend they raise money by selling T-shirts, 
cus, penny votes for Derby Queen and tickets to a dance. 
The money raised goes to Wallace Village and Muscular 
Dystrophy. 

Alpha Delta Pi has been the overall winner of Derby Day for 
the past two years with second overall this year going to 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Spirit Trophy and First Place Game 



Jan Christian tries her best to make Kappa Delta Sorority the winner in the 
egg toss event at this year's Dixie Day sponsored by Beta Theta Pi Fraterni- 
ty 





GREEK 367 



Omega Psi Phi 




1st Row L to R: George O'Neal (Advisor), Dennis Belton, Roosevelt Word Jr 2nd Row L to R: Lawson Fortune, Larry Burnside, Robert Jenkins, Frank 
Lawrence Jr. 



Panhellenic Council 




1st Row L to R: Beth Sutphin (treasurer), Barbara Feldhacher (Vice President), Ann Holmes (President), Calln Rowell 
(Secretary), Allison Albea (Historian) 2nd Row L to R: Kalhy White, Amy Williams, Donna Day, Kim Mitchell, Beht Barton, 
Christie Guest, Sally Procter Natalie Brevard 3rd Row L to R: Sharon Clark, Ruth Rowling, Anne Snipes, Janice Nance, Nan 
Moore, Lynn Ballew, Costa King, Dana Ratchford, Cathy Kretch, Barbara Wood. 



168 GREEh 



Phi Gamma Delta 




-'j^r. 



is, Row L ,o R M,ke Buhmeyer. Dave Janousky. Greg Young, CharHe Henry^nd Row L to R: May Beth Mayer. Michae, Watkins, Hank 
Sing John Martschink, Candy Blicke. M,ke Walsh. Craig Curtain, Mark Parsons, Stuart Goodson. 



GREEK 369 



Sigma Nu rusn girls help new rushees with their name tags as the fall rush 
season begins. Only a few of these will actually pledge with a fraternity. 




Pi Beta Phi Officers 



Charles Hucks 




1st Row L to R: Melissa Phillips, Treasurer; Karin Green, Vice President of moral advancement; Leigh Anne Skelton, 

President; Susan Clayton, Vice President of Mental Advancement 

2nd Row L to R: Vincie Albritton, Panhellenic Delegate; Carlotta Watson, Secretary; Carol Caughman, Membership 

f h.irnn.iri 



370 GREEK 



Pi Beta Phi 




1. 


Leigh Anne Skelton 


20. 


Karyn Lindblom 


39. 


Toy Skipper 


58. 


Leslie Sullivan 


2. 


Greg Broom 


21. 


Melissa Featherstone 


40. 


Melissa Phillips 


59. 


Marcia Gutierrez 


3. 


Karen Jarvis 


22. 


Sandra Eagar 


41. 


Fran Osteen 


60. 


Laura Moore 


4. 


Mary Alice Rose 


23. 


Susan Clayton 


42. 


Vincie Albretton 


61. 


Carol Caughman 


5. 


Jennifer Optiz 


24. 


Laura Johnson 


43. 


Robyn Stage 


62. 


Beth Arnold 


6. 


Valerie Bressette 


25. 


Laura Coy 


44. 


Ruby Hood 


63. 


Jodi Ryall 


7. 


Becky Dempsey 


26. 


Kelly Berry 


45. 


Leslie Burkett 


64. 


Joan Miller 


8. 


Denise Daly 


27. 


Teri Thurston 


46. 


Debbie Peterson 


65. 


Beth Timmerman 


9. 


Gail Kluepfel 


28. 


Lisa Gamble 


47. 


Susan White 


66. 


Karen Weber 


10. 


Laurie Counts 


29. 


Holly Deuser 


48. 


Mary Beth Young 


67. 


Beth Mayfield 


11. 


Carlotta Watson 


30. 


Susan Dean 


49. 


Kim Masek 


68. 


Cindy Carey 


12. 


Carol Ratchford 


31. 


Tami Stowe 


50. 


Lori Medlin 


69. 


Patti Greene 


13. 


Rena Moormann 


32. 


Christi Guest 


51. 


Nancy Baldino 


70. 


Caroline Bliss 


14. 


Dana Ratchford 


33. 


Alison Lasher 


52. 


Lisa Hunter 


71. 


Lisa Bannister 


15. 


Teresa Phillips 


34. 


Laura Ferrell 


53. 


B.J. Rhoads 


72. 


Beth Sikoryak 


16. 


Celeste Maher 


35. 


Lorri Bennett 


54. 


Debbie Daigneault 


73. 


Tracy Heyel 


17. 


Kathleen McGee 


36. 


Jennie Meyers 


55. 


Jill Hutchison 






18. 


Lorri Nelson 


37. 


Karin Green 


56. 


Pam Cobbs 






19. 


Janice Murphey 


38. 


Nancy Glenn 


57. 


Eve Anderson 







GREEK 371 



Pi Kappa Alpha Seniors 




1st Row L to R: Denton Stargel, Ricky Capps, Mark Stokes, Mark Powers, Keith Edens. 2nd Row t_ to R; John Gilpin, 
Bill Harley, Brad Baker, Mark Redwine, Randy Robinson, Wendell Holmes. 3rd Row L to R: Fred Norman, Kean 
DeCarlo, Roger Cleveland. Brad Hoover, Sam Herin. 4th Row L to R: Mike Brown, Kevin Wessinger, Kirk Crawford, 
Miles Jones, Joe Glass. 5th Row Frank Wingate. 

Trophy went to Delta Gamma. 
Homecoming 

Greeks enter into competition once again at Homecoming 
with displays for the grounds and skits for Tigerama. Sigma 
Nu's display took first place and Alpha Gamma Rho took 
second place in the moving displays. Chi Psi took first place 
in the still displays. 

It is a great honor for a greek organization to be asked to 
participate in Tigerama, sponsored by Blue Key, and this year 
Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Delta Pi represented their organiza- 
tions, and Clemson as well, in the festivities. But the climax 
for Tigerama was claimed by Allison Howell of Chi Omega as 
she took the Miss Homecoming title at the end of the evening. 

Along with the fun times, greeks are always ready to lend a 
helping hand to aid those in need. This is shown by the 
countless number of service projects done by these organiza- 
tions each year. 

This year Kappa Kappa Gamma embarked on a new ad- 
venture, an all male calendar, to raise money for Multiple 
Sclerosis. A Swing-A-Thon co-sponsored by Kappa Delta 
and Sigma Nu also contributed to Multiple Sclerosis. 

Many of the groups made contributions to Muscular Dys- 
trophy. Pi Kappa Alpha and Delta Delta Delta co-sponsored 
a Super Dance this year. A Tub-A-Thon was co-sponsored 
by Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Pi Beta Phi's Kidnap Social was to raise money for Meals 
on Wheels. A Teeter-Totter Marathon done by Alpha Delta Pi 
was to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in Dur- 



372 GREEK 



Pi Kappa Alpha 




1. 


Steve Bacon 


18. 


Brad Hoover 


35. 


David Purcell 


52. 


Roger Cleveland 


2. 


Jay McDonald 


19. 


Wendell Holmes 


36. 


Trip Renfro 


53. 


Jon Foster 


3. 


Frank Lyles 


20. 


Miles Jones 


37. 


Jeff Alexander 


54. 


Mr. Joe Turner 


4. 


Raymond Howe 


21. 


Scott Galloway 


38. 


Tommy Leysath 


55. 


Joe Glass 


5. 


Ricky Capps 


22. 


Bill Hill 


39. 


Joe Nims 


56. 


Kevin Wessinger 


6. 


Charlie Skelton 


23. 


Tim Tyler 


40. 


Hal Bowers 


57. 


Tim Norman 


7. 


David Yance 


24. 


Steve Phillips 


41. 


David Kent 


58. 


Scott Wright 


8. 


Keith Edens 


25. 


Ed Somers 


42. 


Brian Hill 


59. 


Billy Shirley 


9. 


Tom Davis 


26. 


John Murray 


43. 


Jeff Emrich 


60. 


Ray Cartee 


10. 


Randy Robinson 


27. 


Brad Holmes 


44. 


Sam Herin 


61. 


David Patton 


11. 


Denton Stargel 


28. 


Mark Redwine 


45. 


Bill Harley 


62. 


Jim Hamilton 


12. 


Kevin Shannon 


29. 


Fred Rew 


46. 


Lee Neil 


63. 


George Helmrich 


13. 


Eddie Galloway 


30. 


Fred Norman 


47. 


Mike Brown 


64. 


Frank Wingate 


14. 


Mark Stokes 


31. 


Jim Catino 


48. 


Scott Cornelson 


65. 


John Gilpin 


15. 


Jeft Reeves 


32. 


Michael Trotter 


49. 


Rick Brookshire 


66. 


Kean DeCarlo 


16. 


Brad Baker 


33. 


Greg Usery 


50. 


Jim Seldon 


67. 


Kirk Crawford 


17. 


Chip Shively 


34. 


Jimmy Flythe 


51. 


Jimmy Trent 


68. 


Mark Powers 



GREEK 373 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




1. Allen Armour 


17. 


Bubba Syman 


33. 


Mark Richardson 


49. 


Bobby Hunter 


2. Brad Smith 


18. 


Kieth Washington 


34. 


Jim Swan 


50. 


Gregg Kurzner 


3. Chris McGarr 


19. 


Bob Bradley 


35. 


Thomas Calcote 


51. 


David Reid 


4. Dale Lyles 


20. 


Greg Fleming 


36. 


Rick Clark 


52. 


Jon Lowrance 


5. Joel Carter 


21. 


Steve Sullivan 


37. 


David Castleberry 


53. 


Allen Rampey 


6. Becky Dalton 


22. 


Sims Tomkins 


38. 


Chuck Hall 


54. 


Russ Brax 


7. Chris Knight 


23. 


Greg Henderson 


39. 


Dave Smoley 


55. 


Kevin Charlow 


8. David Maw 


24. 


Charlie Johnson 


40. 


Randy Deas 


56. 


Joel Ivey 


9. Doug Gray 


25. 


Chip Casrter 


41. 


Joey Padgett 


57. 


Roger Simpson 


10. Frank Clyburn 


26. 


Jimbo Hollis 


42. 


Alex Cambell 


58. 


Steve Simpson 


11. Alex Cambell 


27. 


Wayne Johnson 


43. 


Scott Padgett 


59. 


Chris Turner 


12. John Taylor 


28. 


Max Volk 


44. 


Jim Rodeffer 


60. 


Jon Huddy 


13. Jim King 


29. 


Daryll Lowder 


45. 


Joe Cox 


61. 


Bobby Baxley 


14. Bart Garrison 


30. 


Frank Lundy 


46. 


Bubba Cromer 


62. 


William Roberts 


15. Tom Wood 


31. 


Billy Wells 


47. 


Lockie Brown 






16. Edmond Baxley 


32. 


Joe Young 


48. 


Paul Putfenbarger 







374 GREEK 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters 




1st Row L to R: Becky Dalton, Sherry Thrift, Victoria Pruitt, Lee Garrison. Allison Howell, Jill Barbrey. 2nd Row L to R: Monica Hooker, Kathleen Spurney, Dee 
Humphrey, Susan Shivley, Gretchen McKellar, Carroll Chambers. 3rd Row L to R: Jean Floyd, Pat Hook, Kathy Anderson, Wende Watson, Lynn Zierenberg, 
Libby Trotter, Kim Thomason. 

Kim Thomason and Mike Kingsmore help with the 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Chi Omega sponsored 
Tub-a-Thon to help raise money for Muscular Dys- 
trophy. 




Gunter Wi 



GREEK 375 




ham, N.C. The Chi Omegas participated in the Walk-A-Thon 
for the March of Dimes and Delta Gammas sponsored an 
Anchor Splash, interfraternity swim meet, for Aid to the Blind 
and Sight Conservation. Alpha Kappa Alpha sponsored a 
Roller-Skate-A-Thon with proceeds going to the Pendleton 
Community Center to aid summer programs for community 
children. Kappa Alpha Theta's food booth at Homecoming 
raised money for the restoration of the Haven of Rest Chil- 
dren's Home in Belton, S.C. Kappa Alpha Thetas also spon- 
sored a Swim-A-Thon to raise money to print a book for the 
elderly listing community events and services information. 
Finally, Chi Psi's Clemson Classic Road Race, co-sponsored 
by Budweiser, contributed to Cystic Fibrosis. 

Many of the groups simply made donations, such as those 
given to the Heart Fund by Pi Beta Phi and Theta Chi. 
Donations to The Crippled Children's Hospital in Richmond, 
Va. were made by Kappa Delta. Omega Psi Phi made dona- 
tions to the National Association for the Advancement of 
Colored People. Kappa Alpha Theta gave contributions to 
Logopedics, an organization concerned with the hearing and 
speech impaired. Donations to the United Negro College 
Fund, the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, and the 
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 
were given by Alpha Kappa Alpha. Several of the greeks also 
gave money and time to Helping Hands, an organization to 
aid abused children. One of these children was sponsored 
fully at Christmas by Delta Delta Delta. Another of Delta Delta 
Delta's donations is a $400 scholarship given to a worthy 
Clemson Student each year. 

This little clown was blindfolded for a Halloween game this year at the 
Daughters of the American Revolution orphanage in Tamasee. The party was 
given by Sigma Phi Epsilon and Pi Beta Phi. 



Raymond Hicks 



Sigma Chi Little Sisters 




1st Row L to R: Cindy Whaley. Peggy Bowman. 2nd Row L to R: Tana Cashin, Angela Gomez. Julia Henderson, Karen Watson, Alisa McCall. Mindy Higgs. 
Cynde Giles, Laura McCall, Colleen Carson. 



376 GREEK 



Sigma Chi 




1. 


Roban Mears 


9. 


Talbot Troy 


17. 


Mitch Stickler 


25. 


Ben Killingsworth 


2. 


Chris Bither 


10. 


Jeff Renter 


18. 


Jim Grogan 


26. 


Bill Dreitzler 


3. 


Rob Taylor 


11. 


Paul Anderson 


19. 


Peter Newell 


27. 


Ben Holden 


4. 


Scott Carlson 


12. 


Tim Finigan 


20. 


Scott Waggoner 


28. 


Phil Batchelor 


5. 


Jeff Wallace 


13. 


Steve Swanson 


21. 


Mike Barrett 


29. 


Hank McCullough 


6. 


Donald Jimenez 


14. 


Peggy Bowman 


22. 


Mike Holtzer 


30. 


Allen McLean 


7. 


Sam Mears 


15. 


Tom Malench 


23. 


Rick Klemm 


31. 


Paul Killian 


8. 


Len Richardson 


16. 


Al Quarles 


24. 


Grantham Wood 


32. 


Bill Allen 



GREEK 377 



Sigma Nu 




1. Archie Barron 


17. 


Keith Stoddard 


33. 


Brad Owens 


49. 


Don Hinton 


2. Scott Morgan 


18. 


Melet Antonakos 


34. 


Jeff Hardwick 


50. 


Gregg Jones 


3. Patrick Williams 


19. 


Dan Perry 


35. 


Jeff Melton 


51. 


David Jeffcoat 


4. Jeff Mucci 


20. 


Sam Fagan 


36. 


Jay Thomas 


52. 


Scott Frierson 


5. Jimmy Moorer 


21. 


Cris Johnson 


37. 


Glenn Bell 


53. 


Mark Dukes 


6. Jeff Hardin 


22. 


Mike Verroi 


38. 


Ray Morgan 


54. 


Steve Potts 


7. Mark Abell 


23. 


Dennis Harvey 


39. 


Ray Keys 


55. 


Doug Adams 


8. Robert Cox 


24. 


Jeff Roberts 


40. 


Don McGee 


56. 


Mike Glaesner 


9. Craig Halliday 


25. 


Scott Richardson 


41. 


Mike Rimer 


57. 


Keith Wannamaker 


10. Dean Crouch 


26. 


Mark Hutto 


42. 


Craig Witherspoon 


58. 


Glenn Coggins 


11. Jeff Parker 


27. 


Hal Long 


43. 


Walter Mayfield 


59. 


Jim Potente 


12. Keith Kirkland 


28. 


Glenn Roberts 


44. 


Gregg Smith 


50. 


Jeff Bennett 


13. Bill West 


29. 


David Coleman 


45. 


Doug Painter 


61. 


Allen Evans 


14. Bill Jaycox 


30. 


Rick Conte 


46. 


Gary Lands 


62. 


Robin Neal 


15. Joey Masaneri 


31. 


Jack Hagood 


47. 


Jim Vernon 


63. 


Barrett Holmes 


16. Bryon Norris 


32. 


Jim Dunn 


48. 


Tim Moore 


64. 


Terry Fairey 



378 GREEK 



Sigma Nu Officers 




L to R: David Jeffcoat (Treasurer), Archie Barron (Vice President), Scott Morgan (President). Mark Dukes (Secretary) 



GREEK 379 



Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Hearts 




1st Row L to R: Kathy Leib, Lisa Breeden, Tern Timmons, Rena Parkins, Juli Francis, Robin Broome. 2nd Row L to R: Cindy Padgett, Eleanor 
Paxton, Debbie Bell. Lynne Greene. Mandy Kelley, Ann Walker, Sarah Thomas, Missy Mize, Dara Lemons. 3rd Row L to R: Deborah Crandall 
Ann Wright, Kathy Renshaw, Kathy Walsh, Pam Ross, Susan Bradshaw, Carlota Watson, Teresa Labeck, Terri Alber, Carol Wheless. 

Although the best chariot award went to Chi Psi 
Fraternity at this year's Greek Day. Kenny Nelson, 
Tim Steele and Rob Rockholt of Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Fraternity try to keep the festivities going. 



Eggleston, Pam 
Cathy Mobley, 

Gunter Wiedemann 




380 GREEK 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 




1. 


John Hall 


19. 


Dan Haight 


37. 


Paul Allen 


55. 


Mitch Hudgins 


2. 


Cal Aycock 


20. 


John Henry 


38. 


Brad Stokes 


56. 


John Garrison 


3. 


Paul Smith 


21. 


Greg Womble 


39. 


Dale Holtzclaw 


57. 


Paul Fowler 


4. 


Matthew Walker 


22. 


Bart Warriner 


40. 


Ryan Flanagan 


58. 


Danny Todd 


5. 


Art Seaver 


23. 


Greg Benjock 


41. 


Woody Snell 


59. 


Rick Vanderhoof 


6. 


David Shank 


24. 


Don Rockwell 


42. 


Jay Smith 


60. 


George Rhoden 


7. 


David Ghighi 


25. 


Raymond Hicks 


43. 


Wil Riley 


61. 


Derrick Jenkins 


8. 


Sulton Mahatfey 


26. 


Tom Lehon 


44. 


Joe Hancock 


62. 


Rick Hilton 


9. 


James Byerley 


27. 


Rusty McConnell 


45. 


Grant Fisher 


63. 


Bill Kilpatrick 


10. 


Jeff Skinner 


28. 


Rick Thompson 


46. 


Jay Mappus 


64. 


Billy Knight 


11. 


Larry Young 


29. 


Mark Hoyle 


47. 


Robert Clement 


65. 


Rich Seelinger 


12. 


Drake Henniford 


30. 


Jay Williams 


48. 


Kyle Kinloch 


66. 


Tim Steele 


13. 


Skeet Mack 


31. 


Jeffy Harrison 


49. 


John Gormon 


67. 


Rad Page 


14. 


Jeff Dimeglio 


32. 


Mike Martin 


50. 


Russ Stewart 


68. 


Phillip Greenman 


15. 


Bill Durrell 


33. 


Page Greenwood 


51. 


Clarke Moore 


69. 


Scott Bradshaw 


16. 


Keith Crabtree 


34. 


Larry Bennett 


52. 


Louis Jordan 


70. 


Rob Rockholt 


17. 


Socy Howell 


35. 


Rod Hunt 


53. 


Jeff Winchester 


71. 


Scott Beard 


18. 


Julian Lopez 


36. 


Robbie Bailey 


54. 


Scot Bond 







GREEK 381 



Theta Chi 




1. 


Jeff Gilstrap 


9. 


Chuck Bailie 


2. 


Joe Peterson 


10. 


Scott Disher 


3. 


Craig Wells 


11. 


Bob Reagan 


4. 


Tom McDonough 


12. 


Tom Coller 


5. 


Joe Thomas 


13. 


Mike Wylie 


6. 


Alex Gaillard 


14. 


Ronald Boykin 


7. 


Jim Fairchild 


15. 


Eric Snow 


8. 


Chris Dubuisson 


16. 


Narc (Mascot) 



382 GREEK 



Theta Chi Little Sisters 




1st Row L to R: Martha Lyons, Kathy Applegate, Kelli Hitchner, Delicia Burch, Carin Germershau- 
sen, Felicia Skipper, Lisa Hancock. 2nd Row L to R: Mark, Barbara McDonald, Daren Leighton, 
Kathy Smith, Sharon Smoak, Sheri Dudley, Pam Reece, Lee Ann Morris, Sue Ball. 



Some donations were more in the form of loving care and 
time rather than money. The Halloween Parties given by 
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Pi Beta Phi for the children at the 
Daughters of the American Revolution Orphanage in Tam- 
massee, Ga., and one given by Alpha Kappa Alpha for the 
community elementary children were two such events. Pi 
Kappa Alpha gave their time and effort to Community Clean- 
up, Special Olympics, and Big Brothers of America. Kappa 
Alpha Theta, along with the time and attention of each mem- 
ber, helped organize the Kappa Alpha Theta Lending Library 
at the Child Development Center outside Clemson. 

Some organizations contributed to the community in gen- 
eral Omega Psi Phi's step show was an important part of the 
celebration of Black History Month. The complicated step 
shows are worked on for months in advance of their perfor- 
mance. The Marathon Run by Sigma Nu to run the game ball 



to Columbia for the USC-Clemson football game was defi- 
nitely a contribution especially considering the outcome. And 
those tiger paws painted every summer for the past 10 years 
from I-85 to Clemson by Sigma Phi Epsilon lets every student 
feel that Clemson spirit before he even reaches the campus. 
Even though the greeks at Clemson may not be as old or 
established as some, they add flavor to our campus life and 
play an important role in the community as well. Much of their 
time is spent having fun in their individual groups, working 
together and depending on each other. But the greek com- 
munity as a whole has certain common goals; a desire to form 
life long relationships, contribute to the community, and pos- 
sibly bring happiness to someone in the world through all 
their time and efforts. 

by Arlene Myers 



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ALE-WOO 

ALEMI, NANCY AUDUBON, NJ 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ARIAIL, ANNE BRIGHT CHARLESTON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

ARIAIL, LISA KAY ARCADIA, SC 

ECONOMICS 

BABB, CHARLES LAURENS, SC 

ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY 

BELL, EDGAR LUGOFF, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BLACK, TONY LEMEAD PROSPERITY, SC 

MANAGEMENT 

BOEHM, DANIEL GREENVILLE, SC 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 
BRYANT, CHARLES O, III CLEMSON, SC 

CARTER, RAY KNOXVILLE, IN 

CELY, CECELIA SENECA, SC 

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

CERVENY, BRUCE W LANCASTER, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

CHANDLER, BILL CLEMSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

CONDER, JOHN DAVID FLORENCE, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

DAILEY, THOMAS PARKER CLINTON, SC 

ORNAMENTAL 

DUBLIN, SCOTT RICHARD EASLEY, SC 

RECREATION 

FERRELL, JOHN J COLUMBIA, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

GAMBLE, KEN LUGOFF, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

GARDNER, JAMES LANCASTER, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

HANCE, CARL WAYNE, JR COLUMBIA, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

HAWKINS, R. JACK ORANGEBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HENDRICKS, KATHERINE M CLEVELAND, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

HIOTT, BETH WALTERBORO, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

HURLEY, KIMBERLY S GRAY COURT, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

KELLY, COLLEEN ANN SHORT HILLS, NJ 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

KOVACS, WAYNE BRIAN TRENTON, NJ 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

KURKJIAN, DAVID SCOTT DUNWOODY, GA 

INDUSTRIAL ENG. 

MCSPADDEN, CHRISTOPHER W. ...FT. MYERS, FL 

FOREST MNG. 

MEEKER, RAYMOND L., JR PITMAN, NJ 

CIVIL ENG. 



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MONTGOMERY, JAMES H., Ill GABLE, SC 

AGRICULTURAL MECH. 
OLEARY, PETER GEORGE EDGEFIELD, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

ROBINSON, CHARLOTTE GREENVILLE, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 
SEABORN, JAMES LAWRENCE . .PENDLETON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MGN. 

WILLIAMS, SCOTT HINESVILLE, GA 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

WOODS, JAMES ROCK HILL, SC 

ENGINEERING TECH. 



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ABR-AND 

ABRAMS, CLARK I NEWBERRY, SC 

ENGINEERING TECH. 

ACKERMAN, HENRY DUKES LEXINGTON, SC 

ELECTRICAL 

ACKERMAN, MARY KATHLEEN CLEMSON, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ADAMS, CHERYL LYNN WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

ADAMS, JOHN EDWARD STARR, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

ADDISON, CLAYTON T COLUMBIA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ADDISON, MARY FAIRFAX, AL 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURAL 

ALEXANDER, REBECCA CLEMSON, SC 

NURSING 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS 

WILLIAM MT. PLEASANT, SC 

ALLEN, CHARLES GREENWOOD, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

ALLEN, CHARLES A GREENVILLE, SC 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

ALLEN, LAURIE WYCHE LATTA, SC 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

ALMASRI, MOHAMED SOUHLI CLINSON, SC 

MASTER 

ALTER, KENT EASLEY, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 
ALTHANS, KIMBERLY 

SUZANNE CHAGRIN FALLS, OH 

MATHEMATICAL 

ANDERS, AMY TERESA CLEVELAND, SC 

SPANISH 



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AND-BAK 

ANDERSON, BARBARA CHESTER, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

ANDERSON, CAROLYN WESTON, CT 

ELEMENTARY 

ANDERSON, JAMES ELDON CLEMSON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

ANDERSON, JEFF TUCKER, GA 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

ANDERSON, KIMBERLY A PENDLETON, SC 

ENGLISH 

ANDREWS, JEANNE CHRISTIE COLUMBIA, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

ANSLEY, MARK CAMDEN, SC 

CHEMICAL 

ANTHONY, GARRY WAYNE, JR. .CHARLESTON, SC 

FOREST MNG. 

ANTONAKOS, MILTON ANDERSON, SC 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

ARCHAMBAULT, JUDY ANN . NO. CHARLESTON, SC 

ENGLISH 

AREY, JANET GREENVILLE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

ARLEDGE, JOHN CLAUDE GREENVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

ARLEDGE, JOHN KEVIN CAMDEN, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

ARMSTRONG, RICHARD DIAL . .GRAY COURT, SC 

AGRICULTURAL 

ASBILL, JIMMY COLUMBIA, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

ATKINS, ANN INMAN, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

ATKINSON, HOPE CHERAW, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ATKINSON, MARY GREENSBORO, NC 

NURSING 

AYER, GEORGE SENECA, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 
AYERS, H. BRUCE PIEDMONT, SC 

AYERS, LEE H WINNSBORO, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BABB, BRUCE TAYLORS, SC 

CHEMICAL 

BAHER, FARID REGA UNIVERSITY CLEMSON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BAHER, HAMID R CLEMSON, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

BAIR, ELIZABETH ORANGEBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 
BAKER, ANN B CHARLESTON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 
BAKER, BRAD AUSTIN, TX 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BAKER, EUGENE COY BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

OCCUPATIONAL 



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BAK-BAR 

BAKER, MARK LINDRIC MARIETTA, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BAKER, WILLIAM SCOTT MULLINS, SC 

DESIGN 

BALES, MARVIN WALTERBORO, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

BALLARD, BETSY JO EASLEY, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

BALLENTINE, LYNN COLUMBIA, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

BANKHEAD, TIMOTHY SHELBY, NC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BANKS, JULIE CHERRY HILL, NJ 

RECREATION 

BARBEY, JILL GRAY COURT, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

BARCO, FRANK, JR COLUMBIA, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BARKER, DAVID CARL SENECA, SC 

TEXTILE 

BARNES, TERESA NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BARR, ROBERT MICHAEL LINDENWOLD, NJ 

ARCHITECTURE 

BARRETT, PATRICIA ANNE CHAPIN, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BARRON, ARCHIE I., JR SENECA, SC 

BARROW, REBECCA ANNA .NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 
MECHANICAL ENG. 

BARRS, JACQUELINE M ANDERSON, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

BARTON, DOUGLAS GREENVILLE, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

BATES, CAREY ONEAL ROCK HILL, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BATSON, ANN GREENVILLE, SC 

BAUSMAN, BARBARA DAWN . .SUMMERVILLE, SC 
NURSING 

BAXLEY, EDMOND R., JR JOHNSONVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BEALES, LISA CAROLE SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

BEAZLEY, JO ANNA COLUMBIA, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

BEDEN, RICHARD CARL MULLINS, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

BEDENBAUGH, LISA PROSPERITY, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

BEEKS, ALAN KEITH LAURENS, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

BELL, DEBORAH FAIRFAX, VA 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

BELL, FRANCES SUMMERTON, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



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BEL-BLE 

BELL, ROBERT GLENN FLORENCE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BELL, SUSAN BELTON, SC 

ENGLISH EDUCATION 

BELL, WILLIAM HARTSVILLE, SC 

CHEMICAL 

BENENATI, MARGARET A. ..FT. LAUDERDALE, FL 

NURSING 

BENNETT, JEFFREY NASHVILLE, TN 

ENGLISH 

BENSON, ELIZABETH NAOMI VARVILLE, SC 

CERANIC ENG. 

BENTON, RANDALL EASLEY, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BERLY, JULIE FLORENCE, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BERNINGER, MICHAEL P CENTRAL, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

BERRY, DEBBIE A BATESBURG, SC 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

BERRY, WILLIAM DRANE JOHNSTON, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

BESSON, WILLIAM TENNENT . NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

BETHEL, CHARLES GLENN . .. BATON ROUGE, LA 
ARCHITECTURE 

BETSILL, BRETT TIMONIUM, MD 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BIRD, CAROLYN CHARLESTON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BIRD, WILLIAM INMAN, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BIRT, CYNTHIA WILLISTON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BLACK, ABIGAIL TAYLORS, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

BLACKMON, SUSAN K COLUMBUS, GA 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT LEE, JR. .SPARTANBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BLACKWELL, CLETE N. AUGUSTA, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BLACKWELL, TERRY KAY ARDEN, NC 

ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY 

BLAKELY, DALE GREY COURT, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

BLAKENEY, DIANE PAGELAND, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

BLANTON, LANE TAVARES, FL 

ECONOMICS 

BLANTON, ROBIN EASLEY, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 
BLASER, GREGORY ROBERT . SUMMERFIELD, NC 

HORTICULTURE 

BLEVINS, VIRGINIA CLAIRE . . . .SUMMERVILLE, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 



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BLI-BRE 

BLISS, CAROLINE PINOPOLICE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

BLOMGREM, NANCY HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

BLUE, LAURA JEANNE GREENVILLE, SC 

COMMUNITY 

BOATWRIGHT, THAD YORK, SC 

AGRONOMY 

BOBO, BRENT ANTHONY PENDLETON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BOGGERO, JAMES, JR PENDLETON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BOND, CHARLES HOUSTON MIAMI, FL 

CIVIL ENG. 

BONNOITT, MICHAEL MT. PLEASANT, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BOOTH, STEVEN CRAIG ORANGEBURG, SC 

ENGINEERING 

BOULWARE, TATUM MURRAY CAMDEN, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BOURNE, KIMBERLY MIAMI, FL 

MATH 

BOWERS, JEFFREY LAURENS, SC 

ENGINEERING TECH. 

BOWIE, BONNIE DUE WEST, SC 

FOOD SCIENCE 

BOWMAN, CATHERINE MOORE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNGT. 

BOYNTON, CECILE BELVEDERE, SC 

CHEMICAL 

BOYS, JOANNE WINNSBORO, SC 

GEOLOGY 

BRABHAN, CARL GREGG DALZELL, SC 

FINANCIAL MGMT. 

BRACKETT, GARY KEITH SENECA, SC 

ENGLISH 

BRADBURY, HELEN ANNE CLEMSON, SC 

ENGLISH 

BRADBY, TANYA COLUMBIA, SC 

CERAMIC ENG. 

BRADLEY, JAMES LEXINGTON, SC 

COMM. AND RU DEV. 

BRADLEY, LECA JEAN HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

ADM. MGT. 

BRADSHAW, SUSAN ANN CHARLOTTE, NC 

ADMIN. MGMT. 

BRANHAM, MICHAEL MARIETTA, GA 

ENG. TECH. 

BRANYON, JOHN MARK LANDRUM, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

BRASSARD, YVONNE LYNN GREENVILLE, SC 

BRAZELL, CYNTHIA COLUMBIA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BRECHT, ROBERT CLEMSON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 



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BRE-BRU 

BRENNAN, MALCOLM JOSEPH .CHARLESTON, SC 
ARCHITECTURE 

BREVARD, NATALE HORATIO, SC 

NURSING 

BRICKER, THOMAS DALLAS, TX 

FINANCIAL 

BRICKLE, ARTHUR BOYD ORANGEBURG, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

BRIDGEMAN, TONI SLATER, SC 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

BRIDGES, GWYNN COLUMBIA, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

BRILEY, LARRY WEST UNION, SC 

SECONDARY 

BRITTON, ELIZABETH LANG SUMTER, SC 

RECREATION 

BRITTON, ERIC JOHNS ISLAND, SC 

HORTICULTURE 

BRITTON, ROY WEAVERVILLE, NC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BROCK, CATHY MAULDIN, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

BROCK, MELVIN M., JR EASLEY, SC 

GEOLOGY 

BROCK, ROBERT JACKSONVILLE, AL 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

BROCK, ROGER LUGOTT, SC 

AGRONOMY 

BRODSKY, AMY MICHELE MIAMI, FL 

MICROBIOLOGY 

BROOKS, GINA L GREENVILLE, SC 

NURSING 

BROWN, CAROLYN GREENVILLE, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

BROWN, CHRIS LANDRUM, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

BROWN, JEFFREY GREENVILLE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BROWN, KENNETH FRED PIEDMONT, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BROWN, MARSHALL LEE ANDERSON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 
BROWN, MICHAEL FLORENCE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 
BROWN, MICHAEL CHANDLER . GREENVILLE, SC 
BROWN, MIRENDA WALHALLA, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

BROWNING, VIRGINIA GOOSE CREEK, SC 

ZOOLOGY 

BROWNRIGG, CYNTHIA C GREENVILLE, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

BROYLES, RANDY SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

TEXTILE TECH. 

BRUNSON, SAMUEL GREENWOOD, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 



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BRU-BYR 

BRUNSON, STEPHEN SAVANNAH, GA 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BRUSHWOOD, DONALD ANDERSON, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

BRUTON, DAVID GERMANTOWN, TN 

COMPUTER ENG. 

BRYAN, JAMES A., JR INDIALANTIC, FL 

DESIGN 

BRYANT, BROWNING PICKENS, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BRYSON, DAVID GREENWOOD, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BULLOCK, SHERRILL K CREEDMOOR, NC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

BUMGARDNER, CHARLES G COLUMBIA, SC 

CHEMISTRY 

BUNTON, PRISCILLA DENMARK, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

BUNTON, RAYMOND BRANCHVILLE, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BUNZEY, ROBERT DAVIDSON, NC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BURCH, BYRN BOOTH COLUMBIA, SC 

ECONOMIC 

BURDEN, WENDY LIBERTY, SC 

RECREATION 

BURDETTE, MARVIN BARRY IVA, SC 

AGRICULTURE 

BURGER, KENNETH ARNOLD, MD 

CIVIL ENG. 

BURGHARDT, CRAIG S GREENWOOD, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

BURKS, JAMES DAVID PIEDMONT, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

BURNETT, MARILYN RUTH SENECA, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

BUSCH, RUSSELL S W. UNION, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

BUSSEY, CARL EDWARD . . .NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

BUTNER, GLENN STEVEN . . . .SPARTANBURG, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

BUTTON, CARL DENNY-SAUL . . . .CAUGHTYA, NJ 

PSYCHOLOGY 

BUTTON, GARY CAUGHTYA, NJ 

BUTTON, ROGER STEVEN CAUGHTYA, NJ 

FORESTRY 

BUTTON, RUSSELL S CAUGHTYA, NJ 

RECREATION 

BYERS, JAMES SIMONS COLUMBIA, SC 

MECHANICAN ENG. 

BYNUM, LOUISE LANIUS SUMTER, SC 

RECREATION 

BYRD, LORI FLORENCE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 



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BYR-CAU 

BYRD, TED A PLANO, TX 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

CAIN, ANNE CLEMSON, SC 

ZOOLOGY 

CAIN, SCOTTY WESTMINSTER, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

CALCOTE, THOMAS DANIEL . . .CHARLESTON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CALCUTT, ANGELA MARIA PAMPLICO, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

CALCUTT, CAROL H., JR PAMPLICO, SC 

ADMISTRATIVE MNG. 

CALDWELL, KAREN L ATLANTA, GA 

ENGLISH 

CALHOUN, DEB JOHNS ISLAND, SC 

NURSING 

CALLAWAY, CAHTERINE GREENVILLE, SC 

ECONOMICS 

CAMERON, WILLIAM ENNIS . .MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

CAMPBELL, JERRY MAURICE MARION, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

CAMPBELL, LINDA SANDY SPRINGS, SC 

ELEMENTARY 

CAMPBELL, MICHAEL CASSATT, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

CAMPBELL, SHERRY TAYLORS, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

CAMPBELL, TAMARA DEE . . .SPARTANBURG, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

CANTRELL, GARY THOMAS INMAN, SC 

AGRICULTURE 

CARDONE, ELLEN MICHELLE ROSELAND, NJ 

ENGLISH 

CARREL, DONNA LYNN FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

CARROLL, MARY LEDERLE RED BANK, NJ 

TEXTILE 

CARTER, JOEL WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

CARTER, JOSEPH W GREENWOOD, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

CARTER, TERESSA HARTSVILLE, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

CARVER, DAVID FRANKLIN WALHALLA, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

CASON, BARBARA ANN CLINTON, SC 

NURSING 

CASSADAY, WAYNE LEE GREENWOOD, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

CAUGHMAN, CAROL COLUMBIA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CAUGHMAN, CATHERINE CHARLOTTE, NC 

TEXTILE TECH. 

CAUGHMAN, TERRI N CHARLOTTE, NC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 



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CHA-COG 

CHAMBERS, BRIAN SPARTANBURG, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

CHAMBERS, ELIZABETH BEAUFORD, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

CHAPMAN, CAROLE SPARTANBURG, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

CHAPMAN, MARY E ROCK HILL, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

CHAPMAN, NOEL F AIKEN, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

CHAPMAN, TERESA PENDLETON, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

CHILDERS, CYNTHIA GREENVILLE, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

CHILDS, RUSSELL ANDERSON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

CHINERY, MARK FRANKLIN ALLESTOWN, PA 

CIVIL 

CHOPLIN, DONNA LOUISE NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

CHREITZBERG, LISA SENECA, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

CHREITZBURG, CHARLES WILLIAMSTON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CHRISTIAN, ARNOLD CENTRAL, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

CHURCH, JOHN AIKEN, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

CHURCHILL, TODD F. . . .NORTH PALM BEACH, FL 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

CLARK, BRIAN FT. MYERS, FL 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

CLARK, DAVE CLEMSON, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

CLARK, DONALD ISLE OF PALM, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CLARK, JAMES MORRIS . . .NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

CLARK, JOHN C LITTLE SILVER, NJ 

ACCOUNTING 

CLARK, MICHAL M MT. PLEASANT, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

CLARK, OTIS DEWAYNE PIEDMONT, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

CLARY, BEN G AFFNEY, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CLARY, C. DOUGLAS, JR UNION, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

CLAY, JAMES GREENVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

CLAYTON, JOHN C COLUMBIA, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

CLEMENT, MARK FRANKLIN . . .CHARLESTON, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

COGGINS, GLENN R SPARTANBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 



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COGGINS, LYNDA CENTRAL, SC 

NURSING 

COKER, CHARLES ANDERSON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

COLASSARD, CORY WOODBRIDGE, VA 

ENGINEERING TECH. 

COLEMAN, PATRICIA L GREENWOOD, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

COLEMAN, SANDA CHARLESTON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

COLLIER, TANDY L CENTRAL, SC 

ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY 

COLLINS, CLEM BARNWELL, SC 

ENGINEERING 

COLLINS, MARK CLEMSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

COLLINS, MICHAEL SCOTT FLORENCE, SC 

COMPTON, CLARENCE ANDERSON, SC 

MATH 

COMPTON, MICHAEL DEAN . . . .COLLINSVILLE, VA 

ELECTRICAL 

CONNELL, KELLY CLOVER, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CONNOLLY, WILLIAM MT. PLEASANT, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

CONNOR, PAMELA DIANE ANDERSON, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

COOK, WALLACE DANIEL GREER, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

COOLEY, PAMELA PELZER, SC 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

COOMBS, JOHN WALLACE . . . WINTER PARK, FL 

COMPUTER ENG. 
COOPER, CYNTHIA LORAINE COLUMBIA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

COPELAND, MARY LAURENS, SC 

COPSES, JOHNNY PETE SPARTANBURG, SC 

DESIGN 

CORRY, JILL ALICE S. MERRITT ISLAND, FL 

ARCHITECTURE 

COTTLE, TIM SURFSIDE BCH., SC 

COUSINS, WILLIAM NEWBERRY, SC 

MATHMATICAL SCIENCES 

COWART, DONNA ELLIJAY, GA 

ACCOUNTING 

COX, DAVID RANDALL SPARTANBURG, SC 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

CRAFT, JANET RAYE SENECA, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

CRAFT, JESSE HOUSTON, TX 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

CRAIG, CAPPY L DARIEN, CT 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 



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CRA-DAV 

CRAIG, JEANNETTE SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SCIENCE TEACH 

CRAINE, MARION LAWRENCE . .GRAY COURT, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

CRANE, LORI AIKEN, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

CRAWFORD, CAROL CHESTERFIELD, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CRAWFORD, JUANITA FRANCES .STORE MTN., GA 

NURSING 
CRAWFORD, LAURA MIDLOTHIAN, VA 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

CROCKER, EVELYN JILL JOHNSONVILLE, SC 

CROMARIU, JULIE GEORGETOWN, SC 

INDUSTRIAL ENG. 

CROMER, BEVERLY COLUMBIA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CROWE, DANA GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

CRUDUP, JOSIAH, III ANDERSON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

CULPEPPER, S. LYNNE LAUREL, MS 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

COMBIE, MICKEY VIDALIA, GA 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

DABBS, LISA ANN SUMTER, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 
DAIGNLEAULT, DEBBIE . . . MONTREAL, CANADA 

ELEMENTARY 

DAISLEY, KAREN ELIZABETH . . . .GREENVILLE, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

DALLAS, DAVID YORK, PA 

CIVIL ENG. 

DALTON, REBECCA E ASHVILLE, NC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

DANDRIDGE, JUDY MCDANIEL YORK, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

DANTZLER, FREDERICK W., JR. .HOLLY HILLS, SC 

CERANIC ENG. 

DARLEY, DANA ATLANTA, GA 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

DASPIT, THOMAS GERARD CUHEN, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 
DAVIDSON, THOMAS CHARLES . . . .CLEMSON, SC 

AGRONOMY 
DAVIES, DAVID 

RICHARD CHARLESTON HEIGHT, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

DAVIS, LARRY DAVENPORT, FL 

ARCHITECTURE 

DAVIS, LEON A BISHOPVILLE, SC 

RECREATION 

DAVIS, PAMELA CLEMSON, SC 

ENGLISH 

DAVIS, ROGER TIMOTHY FLORENCE, SC 

FOREST MNG. 



J97 



DAV-DUN 

DAVIS, SARAH JOY ORANGEBURG, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

DAWSEY, MARTA AIKEN, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

DECARLO, KEAN LANGLEY AFB, VA 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

DENNING, JIMMY, JR LITTLE MOUNTAIN, SC 

CHEMICAL 

DENNIS, JAMES RAYMOND CANISTER, NY 

AGRICULTURAL 

DENTREMONT, GARY SPARTANBURG, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

DERRICK, LAURIE LITTLE MOUNTAIN, SC 

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

DESHIELDS, DORINA E GREENVILLE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

DEVORE, WILLIAM N., II GREENWOOD, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 
DICKERSON, ANGELA ANDERSON, SC 

NURSING 

DICKERT, STEVEN GRADY GREENVILLE, SC 

DILL, BARBARA GREENVILLE, SC 

NURSING 

DILLARD, KIMBERLY DENISE TAYLORS, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

DILWORTH, TRACELYN SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

NURSING 

DISHER, SCOTT INDIALANTIC, FL 

ARCHITECTURE 

DIX, HAROLD GREENVILLE, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

DIXON, DONNIE REMBERT, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

DORROH, SALLIE SILVERSTREET, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

DOUGLAS, MACIE ELIZABETH . . . .EDGEMOOR, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

DOWLING, CRAIG B SPARTANBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

DRAFTS, REBECCA FRANCES .W. COLUMBIA, SC 
RECREATION 

DRAWDY, WILLIAM A RUFFIN, SC 

AGRICULTURAL ENG. 

DREWS, ENGLISH CHARLESTON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

DRIGGERS, DAVID N. CHARLESTON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

DUBOSE, STANLEY SCOTT SUNTER, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

DUFF, ROBERT LIBERTYVILLE, IL 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

DUKE, WILLIAM GOOSE CREEK. SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM PENDLETON, SC 

REC. & PARK ADM. 



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398 



82 SENIORS 




DUN-ESK 

DUNN, JOE COLUMBIA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

DUNN, REBBIE MAULDIN, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

DUNOVANT, EVE MARIE COLUMBIA, SC 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

DUPONT, D. THOMAS SUMMERVILLE, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

DURHAM, BECKY EASLEY, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

DUVALL, JAMES ANTHONY BALDWIN, MD 

ACCOUNTING 

EADDY, DEBBIE FLORENCE, SC 

RECREATION 

EARLS, PENNY BLACKSBURG, SC 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

EAST, THERESA SPARTANBURG, SC 

NURSING 

EASTMAN, STEVEN EDGEWATER, MD 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

EDWARDS, JOAN WALHALLA, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

ELAM, NANCY HARVEY STATESVILLE, NC 

FINANCIAL 

ELDER, RICHARD K., II SUMTER, SC 

CHEMICAL 

ELLENBERG, CHRISTINE RICHLAND, SC 

ELLINGTON, JESSE C COLUMBIA, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

ELLIOTT, THOMAS E GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

ELLIS, TIMOTHY LANCASTER, SC 

ELECTRICAL COMPUTER ENG. 

ELLISON, KAREN CAMILLE GREENVILLE, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ELROD, RANDY LEWIS PIEDMONT, SC 

MANAGEMENT 

ELSEY, DAVID CLEMSON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

EMANUEL, BEN, JR LANCASTER, SC 

CHEMICAL 

EMERY, KEITH DUNWOODY, GA 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

EPPER, PATRICIA CHARLESTON, SC 

FOOD SCIENCE 

EPPS, RANDY D MARIETTA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

EPTING, MITZI SALISBURY, NC 

MICROBIOLOGY 
EPTING, THOMAS COLUMBIA, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 
ERSKINE, RANDY NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

ENGINEERING TECH. 
ESKEW, PHILLIP M FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



399 



EUD-FLE 

EUDY, MELISSA ANN ROCK HILL, SC 

NURSING 

EVANS, PATRICIA ANN LAKE CITY, SC 

MATH SCIENCE 

EVANS, TIMOTHY CHARLESTON, SC 

MECHANICAL 

EWERS, KEVIN SUMMERVILLE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

EWING, JOHN JOSEPH, III CENTRAL, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

FADER, LEISA KATHLEEN LONGWOOD, FL 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

FAILE, CHRIS EASLEY, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

FAIREY, ELIZABETH W ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

FALSOM, NANCY JACKSONVILLE, FL 

ACCOUNTING 

FANT, AL ANDERSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

FANT, THOMAS COLUMBIA, SC 

DESIGN 

FARTHING, SUSAN L ROCK HILL, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

FELKEL, ROBERT ANDREW COLUMBIA, SC 

PARK ADM. 

FENNELL, REBECCA COLUMBIA, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

FENZL, KEVIN ROBERT HAMBURG, NY 

ACCOUNTING 

FERGUSON, B. LOUISE WINSBORO, SC 

FOOD SCIENCE 

FERGUSON, CHARLES GREAT FALLS, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

FERQUERON, HOLLY DENISE NINETY SIX, SC 

EARLY 

FERRELL, LEE E ANDERSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

FILIPSKI, PAUL STANLEY FLORENCE, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

FINLEY, MARK MONTVILLE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

FISH, CHARLES COLUMBIA, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

FISHER, JOHN CLEMSON, SC 

MATH SCIENCES 

FISHER, RICHARD GRANT GREENVILLE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

FISHER, ROXIE HONEA PATH, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

FITZGERALD, ERIN J ALEXANDRIA, VA 

NURSING 

FLECHTNER, KURT RIDGEWOOD, NJ 

DESIGN 

FLEISCNER, LAURA J SPARTANBURG, SC 

BIOCHEMISTRY 



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400 



82 SENIORS 




FLE-FOX 

FLETCHER, SUZANNE NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

FLOWERS, ELIZABETH ALLEN DELAND, FL 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

FLOYD, ALISON CHARLESTON, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

FLOYD, RALPH, JR BLOOMINGTON, IN 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

FLOYD, SYLVIA JUNE MARION, SC 

RECREATION 

FOLK, ERIC WILLISTON, SC 

FORD, KATHRYN LEIGH CHAMBLEE, GA 

CIVIL ENG. 

FORE, AMY LOUISE MT. PLEASANT, SC 

FOREST MNG. 

FOSTER, SUZANNE ANDERSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATION MNG. 

FOUT, C. PRESTON FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 

FOREST MNG. 

FOWLER, BRENDA GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

FOWLER, DONNA CLEMSON, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

FOWLER, JOHN MT. PLEASANT, SC 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

FOWLIE, DAVID A KEARNY, NJ 

WOOD UTILIZATION 

FOX, NORMAN KEATON WILLISTON, SC 

CHEMICAL EDUCATION 

FOXER, DARLYNE GAFFNEY.SC 

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 




FRA-GIL 

PRADY, KENNETH R SPARTANBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATION MNG. 

FRANZMAN, KYLE MARIETTA, GA 

ACCOUNTING 

FRAZIER, CATHY LAWRENCEVILLE, VA 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

FREED, KYLE MARIETTA, GA 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

FREEMAN, DELLA ANN GREENVILLE, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

FREEMAN, HARRY CHESTERFIELD, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

FREEMAN, JAN BROWN COLUMBIA, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

FRENCH, FLORENCE PANAMA CITY, FL 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

FULMER, HENRY DAVID COLUMBIA, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

FULMER, SUSAN LYNN SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

SCIENCE 

GAILLARD, WILLIAM MELBOURNE, FL 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

GALL, JOHN DAVIS BATESBURG, SC 

RECREATION 

GALLAGHER, MATTHEW RIDGEWOOD, NJ 

BUILDING SCIENCE 

GAMBLE, SARAH LISA TIMMONSVILLE, SC 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

GAMBRELL, GINA HONEA PATH, SC 

GAMBRELL, KAREN LORRAINE . . .NINETY SIX, SC 
MATHEMATICS 

GARDNER, JAMES LANCASTER, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

GARRETT, PAMELA GREENVILLE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

GASQUE, MICHAEL ELON COLLEGE, NC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

GERDING, DANIEL GATLINBERG, TN 

ARCHITECTURE 

GERING, LAWRENCE RUDOLPH . . . CLEMSON, SC 

FORESTRY MNG. 

GERMERSHAUSEN, CARIN . WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

ENGINEERING TECH. 

GIBSON, CHARLES SIX MILE, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

GIBSON, LINDSAY ANN GREENVILLE, SC 

SPANISH 

GIBSON, LLOYD DALE EASLEY, SC 

AGRICULTURE 

GILES, CYNTHIA DARLENE PENDLETON, SC 

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

GILLEY, TERESA LYNN NEWARK, DE 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

GILPIN, JOHN WITHERSPOON COLUMBIA, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 



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402 



82 SENIORS 




GIL-HAI 

GILSTRAP, CAROL GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

GILSTRAP, TERRY LEE EASLEY, SC 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

GIORDANO, CATHERINE ANNE BOUIRE, MD 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

GLENN, CARMEN JENKINSVILLE, SC 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

GLENN, RICHARD EARL GREU, SC 

ECONOMICS 

GODFREY, WILLIAM RHETT LAURENS, SC 

AGRONOMY 

GOGGANS, KATHLEEN TAYLORS, SC 

GEOLOGY 

GOOD, LARRY TAYLORS, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

GOODSON, GREGORY KIRK SUNTER, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

GRAHAM, CAREY AYNOR, SC 

AGRICULTURAL BUS. 

GRAHAM, JAMES CHERAU, SC 

RECREATION 

GRAMLING, GLORIA JOYCE WILLISTON, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

GRAY, DOUGLAS SCOTT GREENVILLE, GA 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

GRAY, ELIZABETH ANN FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

SCIENCE TEACHER 

GREEN, WILLIAM ERIC ROCK HILL, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

GREENE, KATHERINE DENISE MERIDIAN, MS 

ACCOUNTING 

GREENE, PATRICIA NORRIS . . .SPARTANBURG, SC 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

GREENE, REBECCA T GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

GREGORY, T. BRADFORD ROSWELL, GA 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

GRIFFIN, ANGELA CYNTHIA TAYLORS, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

GRIPPIN, SHERON CANDOR, NY 

CIVIL ENG. 

GUNAY, ZIYA ISTANBUL, TURKEY 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

GUYTON, AMANDA FLORENCE, SC 

NURSING 

HAGAN, SARA JOHNSONVILLE, SC 

EDUCATIONAL 

HAHN, KAY ELAINE NEWTON, NC 

ACCOUNTING 
HAIGLER, CHERYL CAMERON, SC 

ACCOUNTING 
HAILEY, ERNEST HURT, VA 

PSYCHOLOGY 

HAIR, WILLIAM MICHAEL ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

AGRONOMY 



403 



HAL-HAR 

HALL, CHARLES TAMPA, FL 

HALL, JOHN LANE GREER, SC 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

HALL, KAREN LEE BELTON, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

HALL, LORIE D SUMMERVILLE, SC 

ENGINEERING TECH. 

HALL, MARGARET RUTH YORK, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

HALLIDAY, CRAIG STUART OCEAN CITY, NJ 

MATHEMATICS 

HALTIWANGER, BRENDA KAY .SILVERSTREET, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

HAMMOND, NANCY A PIEDMONT, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HAMMOND, ROBERT G ANDERSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

HANCOCK, LISA FLORENCE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

HANEY, JANICE GREENVILLE, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

HANKINSON, ANN CRIMMINS COLUMBIA, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

HANNA, JAMES SENECA, SC 

CHEMISTRY 

HANNAH, TERRY SUSANNE GREENVILLE, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

HANNES, ROY C SPARTANBURG, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

HANSON, BARBARA M PENDLETON, SC 

HISTORY 

HARDIN, FITZ LEE, III CHARLESTON, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

HARDING, JEFFREY GAFFNEY, SC 

CHEMICAL 

HARDWICK, JEFFREY BRYCE CONWAY, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HARDY, STEPHEN CRAIG LAURENS, SC 

ENGINEERING 

HARDY, TAMMY WALHALLA, SC 

MATHEMATICAL 

HARE, JON ORANGEBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HARKNESS, TRINA GREER, SC 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

HARLEY, JACK, JR DILLON, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

HARLEY, WILLIAM, JR COLUMBIA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 
HARMON, HARRIET ANDERSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATION 

HARNER, JULIE ANNE HANAHAN, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

HARNESBERGER, MICHAEL T PELZER, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 



82 SENIORS 



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404 



82 SENIORS 




HAR-HER 

HARPE, WILLIAM ASHEVILLE, NC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 
HARPER, ELLEN ANDERSON, SC 

COMPUTER ENG. 

HARRIETT, JUDY A LODGE, SC 

AGRICULTURAL BUS. 

HARRISON, MICHAEL J GREENWOOD, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

HARTMAN, KENNETH JR JOPPA, MD 

RECREATION 

HARTZOG, ANNE ORNAGEBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

HARVEY, FRED MONKS CORNER, SC 

ECONOMIC 

HARVEY, MARGARET DOUGLAS ..BEAUFORT, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

HATCHER, MARIE E MOORE, SC 

SCIENCE TEACHER 
HAWES, JEFFREY WALTERBORO, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 
HAYDEN, GARY LADSON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

HAYES, STEVEN PICKENS, SC 

ECONOMICS 

HEDGES, NANCY WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

SCIENCE TEACHER 

HEFFRON, JULIA ALISON MT. PLEASANT, SC 

ENGLISH 

HEH, REBECCA ANNE ANDERSON, SC 

RECREATION 

HEHN, CHRISTOPHER S ANDERSON, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

HELTON, KAREN RENEE SPARTANBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

HEMBREE, LARRY ANDREW . . . .GREENWOOD, SC 

ENGLISH 

HEMBREE, LAURIE ANN GREENWOOD, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

HENDERSON, SHERI ANNE TAYLORS, SC 

MANAGEMENT 

HENDRIX, WALTER MARK WAYNESBORO, VA 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

HENNESSEE, H. BLAIR COLUMBIA, SC 

ZOOLOGY 

HENSON, RICHARD SUMMERVILLE, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

ERIN, SAMUEL COLUMBIA, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

HERMAN, TINA LANDRUM, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HERNS, LOUIS PATRICK MT. PLEASANT, SC 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

HERRING, DAVID BRUCE SPARTANBURG, SC 

CHEMICAL 

HERRING, JOHNNA LENELLE CORDOVA, SC 

ENGLISH 



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HER-HOL 

HERTIG, CHRISTOPHER JAMES . . .ANDERSON, SC 
ELECTRICAL ENG. 

HESTER, GEORGE M CALHOUN FALLS, SC 

ECONOMICS 

HICKS, RAYMOND TAMPA, FL 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

HIGGENBOTHEM, ROSE MARIE. ORANGEBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HILKER, DAVID CHATHAM, NJ 

ARCHITECTURE 

HILL, CAROLYN SIGNAL MTN., TN 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HILL, FRANK NELSON GREENVILLE, SC 

SAFETY 

HILL, MARY ELIZABETH CLEMSON, SC 

ORNAMENTAL 

HILL, PRISCILLA WILLISTON, SC 

CHEM. ENGINEER. 

HILL, REBECCA KENYON FLORENCE, SC 

HILL, RICHARD ALLYN GREENVILLE, SC 

GEOLOGY 

HILL, SUSAN SIGNAL MTN., TN 

ADMIN 

HILLS, GEORGE LEVIS, JR., . SIMPSONVILLE, S.C. 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

HINES, TIMOTHY SPARTANBURG, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 
HINSON, DAIVN GREER, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 
HITCHCOCK, MARK G WEST CHESTER, PA 

ARCHITECTURE 

HITE, PETER E FLORENCE, SC 

COMPUTER SCIENC. 

HITOPOULOS, HARRY MT. PLEASANT, SC 

ADMIN. 

HODGE, DANIEL CORTLAND, NY 

MICROBIOLOGY 

HODGES, DONNA KAREN ANDERSON, SC 

NURSING 

HOFFMANN, BRUCE ALAN . . . .SPARTANBURG, SC 
FOOD SCIENCE 

HOKE, RAY PITTS CLEMSON, S.C. 

BUILDING 

HOLCOMB, ROBERT PERRY . NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

HOLDEN, HORACE HERMAN WALHALLA, SC 

ELEMENTARY 

HOLLAR, KIM GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HOLMES, ANN MARIE SENECA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

HOLMES, SILAS, JR COLUMBIA, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

HOLMES, JUAN CONWAY, SC 

MATHEMATICS 



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406 



SENIORS 




HOL-HUT 

HOLMQUIST, KYLE KEITH ANDERSON, SC 

MATH 

HOLSON, HUGH EDGEFIELD, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

HONKONEN, JEFFREY DAVID . . . .PENDLETON, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

HOOKS, DONALD KEITH MULLINS, SC 

RECREATION 

HOPE, CATHERINE LEXINGTON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

HOPKINS, MICHELLE PENDLETON, SC 

ENGLISH 

HOPPER, MARK ALLEN BOLTON, CT 

ARCHITECTURE 

HOSS, MARY ANN NORTH CHARLESTON, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

HOWARD. THOMAS I WALTERBORO, SC 

HISTORY 

HOWELL, ALICE FLORENCE, SC 

HOWELL, JERRY D ROCK HILL, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUC. 

HUBBARD, LEWIS RAY, JR ANDERSON, SC 

AGRICULTURAL 

HUDDLE, CHARLES MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

HUDGENS, MICHAEL G GREENVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

HUDGENS, MYRON SENECA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HUDGINS, JAMES KEITH SUNTER, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

HUDSON, BERNARD J SENECA, SC 

COMPUTERS 

HUEY, KAREN CARLA MARIETTA, GA 

ECONOMICS 

HUFF, NANCY DELONG HARTSVILLE, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUC. 

HUGHES, BRETT S WALTERBORO, SC 

FOREST MNG. 

HUGHES, JOAN ORLANDO, FL 

BOTANY 

HUGHES, LEE CORDOVA, SC 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

HUGHES, PAMELA JEAN W. COLUMBIA, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

HUKILL, SARAH HARBESON, DE 

EARLY 

HUNTER, DEE GRIFFIN, GA 

CIVIL ENG. 

HUNTER, JUDITH EASLEY, SC 

NURSING 

HURST, STEWART SUMTER, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

HUTTO, GEORGE GASTONIA, NC 

BIOCHEMISTRY 



407 



HUT-JOR 

HUTTO, MARK WILLIAM ORANGEBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

HYNDS, WILLIAM COLUMBIA, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

HYTE, MARY LYNN . . . .NORTH CHARLESTON, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

IMSANDE, LOUIS DANIEL MT. PLEASANT, SC 

COMPUTER SCIEN. 

INABINET, SUSAN O HARTSVILLE, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC. 
INMAN, RUFUS YORK, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

JACKSON, CHARLES ORANGEBURG, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

JACKSON, LORI LUGOFF, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

JACKSON, RICHARD DILLON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

JACOBS, NELSON MOONDOG COLUMBIA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

JAMES, CLIFTON BERRY SPARTANBURG, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

JAMES, SARAH GREENVILLE, SC 

ECONOMICS 

JARVIS, KAREN ARNOLD, MD 

JENSEN, DEENA JO LOUISVILLE, KY 

ECONOMICS 

JETT, JOHN DEMARK, SC 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

JIRIK, JULIE PARKERBURG, WV 

HISTORY 

JOHNSON, GUY EDWARD HUNTINGTON, NY 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

JOHNSON, TEDDY M., Ill ORANGEBURG, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

JOHNSON, W. ELLIOTT AIKEN, SC 

ORNAMENTAL 

JOHNSON, WILSON, III HARTSVILLE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

JONES, CINDI GREER, SC 

RECREATION 

JONES, DENISE ANN PINEVILLE, NC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

JONES, JEFFREY ORANGEBURG, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

JONES, LARRY MILLER COLUMBIA, SC 

ELECTRICAL 

JONES, SHARON ANDERSON, SC 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

JONES, STERLING FLORENCE, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 

JONES, STEWART EVANS FLORENCE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

JORDAN, LUCIA GREENVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 



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82 SENIORS 




JOU-KNI 

JOURGENSEN, CAROLE ANNE CLEMSON, SC 

RPA MAJOR 

JUDY, ANITA LOUISE ORANGEBURG, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 
JUSTUS, PATRICIA KAY . . . HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

NURSING 

KAREGEANNES, JOHN KEN . .SPARTANBURG, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

KAUFMAN, ROBERT CENTRAL, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

KAY, CATHIE ATLANTA, GA 

ACCOUNTING 

KAY, TOBY SPARTANBURG, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

KEARNS, ELIZABETH MT. PLEASANT, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

KEESE, JAMES LAWERENCE CLEMSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

KELEY, COLLEEN SHORT HILLS, NJ 

POLITICAL SCI. 

KELLEY, LEONARD A, JR WALHALLA, SC 

REC. & PARK ADM. 

KELLEY, MARILYN DIANNE GREER, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUC. 

KELLY, KAREN LYNNE HARTSVILLE, SC 

REC. & PARK ADM. 

KELTON, KYLE OSBORN ABERDEEN, MD 

FOREST MNG. 

KEMMERLIN, RUDOLPH H, JR. . .CHARLESTON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

KENDRICK, DALE IRVIN NEW ELLENTON, SC 

CERAMIC ENG. 

KENNEMORE, CHARLES, III .NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 
PHYSICS 

KEY, MARVIN E DUNWOODY, GA 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

KILLINGER, GLENN W MAULDIN, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

KING, BONNIE NORTH, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

KING, HATTIE COSTA JOHNSVILLE, SC 

NURSING 

KIRBY, BERYL KYM TIMMONSVILLE, SC 

REC. & PARK ADM. 

KIRK, DIANA GAINESVILLE, GA 

ENGLISH 

KIRTLAND, KEITH COLUMBIA, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

KLEE, CYNTHIA MARY ROCK HILL, SC 

MATH 

KLEMM, RICHARD G BERNARDSVILLE, NJ 

CIVIL ENG. 

KLUTTZ, JANE SIGNAL MTN., TN 

ACCOUNTING 

KNIGHT, FRANK COLUMBIA, SC 

ZOOLOGY 



409 



KNI-LEW 

KNIGHT, ROSE ANN ROCK HILL, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 

KNOX, BILL C BELMONT, NC 

HORTICULTURE 

KOGUT, MARK HAMBURG, NY 

DESIGN 

KONDAMOORI, PRATAP S TAYLOR, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

KOWALSKI, CARL ANDERSON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

KOWALSKI, KELLY GREENVILLE, SC 

SECONDARY 

KRAGAS, BENT LYNN SPARTANBURG, SC 

ENGLISH 

KRISHOCK, DAVID GREENHURST, NY 

FOREST MNG. 

KUKASCH, LORANIE HOLMDEL, NJ 

MATHMATICAL SCIENCES 

LAM, MAURICE KOWLOON CITYHONGKONG 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 
LAMSON-SCRIBNER, FRANK H. CHARLESTON, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

LANGFORD, GREGORY MARK . SALT LAKE CITY, UT 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

LANIER, JAMES ALLAN CENTRAL, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

LANKFORD, P. KIM POTOMAC, MD 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

LATIMER, SUSAN PAULINE AUBURN, AL 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

LATTANZE, GLENN MATTHEWS, NC 

ARCHITECTURE 

LAYMAN, JEFFREY KEPLER HAMILTON, IN 

ACCOUNTING 
LAYTON, JAMES WILSON . . .STUARTS DRAFT, VA 

TEXTILE CHEM. 

LEDBETTER, THOMAS S. . . .NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

LEDBETTER, TOM N. AUGUSTA, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

LEE, ALICE GEORGETOWN, SC 

MATH 

LEE, PATRICIA A ORLANDO, FL 

ENGLISH 

LEGARE, HELEN JOHNS ISLAND, SC 

AGRONOMY 

LEMASTER, KRISTOPHER ALAN. . . FREEHOLD, NJ 

RECREATION ADM. 

LEMERE, SHARON ALLINE SENECA, SC 

NURSING 

LESTER, ELIZABETH LEIGH CLOVER, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

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LEWIS, PATRICK HAROLD WALTERBORO, SC 

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NURSING 

LUMPKIN, ALAN LEE DILLON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

LUNDY, KAREN ANITA SPARTANBURG, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

LUNDY, RAYMOND LEVITTOWN, NY 

FOOD SCIENCE 

LUNSFORD, JOLL SPARTANBURG, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

LUPFER, SARAH JANE KISSIMEE, FL 

LYBRAND, KAREN ELIZABETH WAGENER, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

LYBRAND, MARK GREENVILLE, SC 

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MACE, SUSAN GREENVILLE, SC 

ELEM. EDUC. 

MACFARLANE, BANKS ROANOKE, VA 

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MACK, ROSANNE LEXINGTON, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

MACKINSON, LAWRENCE L LANCASTER, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

MACNAMEE, ELIZABETH BEACH . . . .PICKENS, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 

MACNAUGHTON, ROBERT T, JR. . COLUMBIA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

MADDEN, RODNEY D BELTON, SC 

MATH 

MAERTENS, ALICE SENECA, SC 

ELEMENTARY 

MAGDA, ANN MT. PLEASANT, SC 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

MAHAFFEE, GERALD SENECA, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

MAHONY, DAVID NEAL .CHARLESTON NAV.BASE 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

MANES, TED FT. MILL, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

MANNELLA, DAVID GERARD ALLISON PARK, PA 
INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

MARSHALL, DALE WILSON, NC 

DESIGN 

MARTIN, GARY JUPITER, FL 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

MARTIN, KATHRYN LYNNE CHARLESTON, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

MARTIN, LISA KAYE LAURENS, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 
MARTIN, PATRICE ELIZABETH CLEMSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 
MARTIN, ROBERT ALVIN ANDERSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MARTIN, TERESA WAYNESBORO, VA 

MICROBIOLOGY 

MARTINI, KRISTA LYN GREENVILLE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

MARTUCCIO, MICHAEL ANDERSON, SC 

MASNERI, JOSEPH ARTHUR . . . DARLINGTON, SC 

ECONOMIC 

MATHESON, DENNIS LONG CREEK, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

MATHESON, SUSAN LONG CREEK, SC 

ZOOLOGY 

MATTHEWS, CHARLES S ROCK HILL, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

MATTHEWS, ROY BEAUFORD, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUC. 

MATTISON, KEITH SPARTANBURG, SC 

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MATTISON, VANCE SPARTANBURG, SC 

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MECHANICAL ENG. 

MAYER, MICHAEL CHARLOTTE, NC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

MC CALL, LAURA ELIZABETH . . .HARTSVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

MC CASKILL, AMY BETHUNE, SC 

SEC. EDUC. 

MC CRAW, L.L GAFFNEY, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MC FADDIN, JAMES HUGH, JR MANNING, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

MC GILL, JULIE BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

CHILDHOOD EDUC. 

MC GREGOR, JOHN ULMER HOPKINS, SC 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

MC GUIRE, DAVID AIKEN, SC 

CHEM. ENG. 

MCAFEE, THOMAS FRANKLIN . . . GREENVILLE, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

MCALLISTER, MICHAEL SENECA, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

MCCABE, MARGARET ANN . . . .LITTLE SILVER, NJ 
NURSING 

MCCASKILL, DANIEL PHILIP CLIO, SC 

COMPUTER SCI. 

MCCAULEY, KAY LAURENS, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC. 

MCCORMACK, JULIANA LOUISE ALBANY, GA 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

MCCOY, MARCIA KAY ANDERSON, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC. 

MCCREIGHT, CHARLES SUMTER, SC 

CONSTRUCTION 

MCCURRY, ROSE SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SCIENCE 

MCDONALD, ELLEN LUGOFF, SC 

HORTICULTURE 

MCDONALD, MICHAEL HAWTHORNE, NJ 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

MCELVEEN, WILSON, III SUMTER, SC 

ADMINISTRATION 

MCELWEE, JOSEPH MONROE, JR. . CHESTER, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

MCENTIRE, JOHN THOMAS IRMO, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

MCGRAW, BARRY SCOTT INMAN, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MCINTYRE, KENNA LEE . . .WELLESLEY HILLS, MA 

RECREATION 

MCJUNKIN, CHARLES W WALHALLA, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 

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MCLEER, GEORGE CHAMBLEE, GA 

RECREATIONAL 

MCMAKIN, JIM DUNCAN, SC 

IND. EDUC. 

MCMASTER, BRIAN M WINNSBORO, SC 

RECREATION 

MCMEEKIN, LISA MONTICELLO, SC 

ELEC. COMP. ENG. 
MCMILLAN, PAUL 

ANDERSON PT. MACQUARIE NSW AUS 

ARCHITECTURE 

MCMINN, MARK COLUMBIA, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

MCNAMARA, JAMES PATRICK . . .GREENVILLE, SC 

MANAGEMENT 

MEARS, GRAYLIN MCCORMICK, SC 

REC. 

MEDLOCK, JUDY CAROL LADSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MELISSAS, GEORGE CHARLESTON, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

MELOY, CATHERINE IRENE FT. MYER, VA 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MELTON, SUSAN PAULETTE .SPARTANBURG, SC 

NURSING 

MERCK, HU COLA, SC 

CHEM. ENG. 

MESSICK, GEORGE, JR CAMBRIDGE, MD 

ENGLISH 

METCALF, TRACY LIANE SPARTANBURG, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 
METTS, MARK LEE BRADLEY, SC 

MEXLEY, CHARLES A MOUNTAIN REST, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

MEYERS, RHETT, II MONCKS CORNER, SC 

COMPUTER ENG. 

MGBO, TONY I CLEMSON UNIV., SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

MICHALE, KELLY ELIZABETH TRION, GA 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MIDDLEBROOKS, MATTHEW C. . GREENVILLE, SC 
CHEMICAL ENG. 

MILLER, CELIA ANN JEFFERSON, SC 

DESIGN 

MILLER, JANET C ABBEVILLE, SC 

NURSING 

MILLER, KIM ELIZABETH SENECA, SC 

MANAGEMENT 

MILLER, RICHARD DEERFIELD, IL 

PSYCHOLOGY 

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MOLES, BRENDAN CLOSTER, NJ 

ECONOMICS 

MOODY, W. RAY MCCORMICK, SC 

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MOORE, L. JAMES, III STARR, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

MOORE, LORETTA GOOSE CREEK, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

MOORE, NANCY KINGSPORT, TN 

MORGAN, JAMES SCOTT GAFFNEY, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MORGAN, MARTHA SPARTANBURG, SC 

MATHEMATICS 
MORGAN, SALLY FRANKLIN LAKES. NJ 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

MORGAN, TERRY BELTON, SC 

ENGINEERING 

MORRIS, DONALD WAYNE LAKE CITY, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

MORRIS, JOHN KEVIN BARNWELL, SC 

PARK ADMIN. 

MORRISON, FREDERICK DEAN ESTILL, SC 

HORTICULTURE 

MOSS, CHARLES MARVIN GAFFNEY, SC 

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MOSS, DANIEL L PIEDMONT, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

MOSS, JAMIE L BLACKSBURG, SC 

EARLY 

MULDROW, CHARLES STUART MOXROSE, NC 

DESIGN 

MULLIS, JAMES KENNETH, JR. BLYTHEWOOD, SC 
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MUNCY, GLENN BUCKEYE LAKE, OH 

NURSING 

MURDAUGH, BARRY C ISLANDTON, SC 

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MURDOCK, STEVE CLEMSON, SC 

MURPHY, MICHAEL CLEMSON, SC 

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MURRAY, MICHEAL VAN ALEN . . MT. PLEASANT, SC 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

MUSAVI, HAMID TEHRAN, IRAN 

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MUSGROVE, JOEL CHARLESTON, SC 

NABORS, KAYE LAURENS, SC 

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NANCE, JANICE LAINE GREENVILLE, SC 

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NICHOLS, LISA GREENVILLE, SC 

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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC. 

NICKLES, ANDREW WELLS HODGES, SC 

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NIEMER, PAULA KATE NO. AUGUSTA, SC 

ZOOLOGY 

NIGRO, CHRISTOPHER T HAMBURG, NY 

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SCIENCE TEACHING 

NURMAN, JAMES GREENVILLE, SC 

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NYCZEPIR, DAVID J HOPEWELL JUNCT., NY 

ZOOLOGY 

OLDHAM, MARK CLEMSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

OLIVER, JANE GREER, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

ONEAL, WADE DARLINGTON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

OPITZ, JUNE DAPHNE RICHLANDS, VA 

CIVIL ENG. 

OPITZ, JANE BRIDGET RICHLANDS, VA 

HISTORY 

OROURKE, BRIAN J. HANOVER, MA 

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OTTO, LESLIE EAST HANOVER. NJ 

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OWEN, MITCHELL CLEMSON, SC 

ORMANENTAL HORT. 

OWEN, SHEILA ELAINE ANDERSON, SC 

ORNAMENTAL 

OWENS, ROBERT TIMOTHY ANDERSON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

PACEWIC, MICHELE ANN GREENVILLE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

PADGETT, KATHY GREENVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 
PAGE, GINGER SPARTANBURG, SC 

ACCOUNTING 
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PAINTER, JUDY GAINESVILLE, GA 

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PAPPAS, ROBERT JAMES COLUMBIA, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

PARKER, WILLIAM T., JR BLADSBURG, SC 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

PARKER, LELAND WESLEY CLEMSON, SC 

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PARKER, ROBERT WAYNE . . . .GREENSBORO, NC 

SOCIOLOGY 

PARKER, T. GAIL ROCK HILL, SC 

GEOLOGY 

PARKER, WILLIAM REGINALD . . .LANCASTER, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

PARSON, CONNIE CENTRAL, SC 

ENGINEERING 

PASTON, STANLEY R PIEDMONT, SC 

CITY AND REG. 
PATRICK, MIMI BOWMAN, SC 

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PATTERSON, CHRSITOPHER N. .WINTER PARK, FL 

PSYCHOLOGY 

PATTERSON, JOHN T., JR CHARLESTON, SC 

MECHANICAL 

PATTERSON, MARK F GREENVILLE, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

PATTERSON, SANDY BELTON, SC 

ELEM. EDUC. 

PATTILLO, DAVID ALEXANDER ATLANTA, GA 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

PATTON, RONALD CLEMSON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

PAYNE, CHARLES COLUMBIA, SC 

CERAMIC ENG. 

PAYNE, MARY ELIZABETH GREENVILLE, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

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ARCHITECTURE 




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PEEBLES, JAMES COLUMBIA, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

PENDARVIS, ANDREW, III RIDGEVILLE, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

PENLAND, MELANIE CHARLESTON, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 

PEPPER, WILLIAM WALTER ...GEORGETOWN, DE 

ECONOMICS 

PERNA, GEORGETTE GREENWICH, CT 

FOOD SCIENCE 

PERRIN, LEIGH ATHENS, GA 

SCIENCE 

PERRY, HAROLD DEAN, III GAFFNEY, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

PETERSON, DEBORAH GRACE CLEMSON, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

PETERSON, JOE M BOCA RATON, FL 

ARCHITECTURE 

PETTIGREW, JOHN W., JR EDGEFIELD, SC 

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PEWITT, DABNEY SUSAN NAPERVILE, IL 

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PHILLIPS, GENA GAFFNEY, SC 

POLITICAL SCIEN. 

PHILLIPS, KIM MARIE PACOLET, SC 

REC. & PARK ADM. 

PHILLIPSON, DAVID BRUCE SEA GIRT, NJ 

MATH 

PICKENS, ANNA ANDERSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

PICKERING, HENRY BRANCHVILLE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

PIOTH, KAREN ANN GREENVILLE, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

PIPER, DOUG GREENVILLE, SC 

PLOWDEN, IRVIN V., JR ROCK HILL, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 
POERSCHMANN, STEVEN E DALZELL, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

POLK, TONY AIKEN, SC 

AGRONOMY 

POLKINHORN, WILLIAM E ANDERSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

POPE, CYNTHIA RENEE CHARLOTTE, NC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

PORCHER, EDWARD CHARLESTOWN, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

PORRETTA, PETER WILLIAMS TOWN, NJ 

DESIGN 

PORTER, LUCRETIA ANN CENTRAL, SC 

NURSING, B.S. 

PORTER, TAMMY LEE GREENVILLE, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUC. 

POST, WILLIAM LAVONIA, GA 

MECHANICAL ENG. 



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POSTON, MYRA ANN PAMPLICO, SC 

NURSING 

POTENTE, JAMES M NEWBURGH, NY 

CHEMICAL ENG. 
POWELL, THOMAS GLEN . NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

PRATT, MICHAEL FLORENCE, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

PRICE, ANN CRAWFORD GREENVILLE, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

PRICE, CARL CHARLOTTE, NC 

CHEM. ENG. 

PRICE, RONNIE CLEMSON, SC 

PRIESTER, HORACE R., Ill SAVANAH, GA 

PRIESTER, LAMAR E IRMO, SC 

CHEMISTRY 

PROCTOR, SARAH B CONWAY, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

PROKOP, PETER YOUNGSTOWN, OH 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

PROPST, CHARLES W MOYERS, WV 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

PURVIS, TERRI R CONWAY, SC 

ENGLISH 

PUTMAN, PAMELA GREENVILLE, SC 

THERAPEUTIC 

QUACKENBUSH, DOUGLAS COLUMBIA, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

QUARLES, CHARLES MCCORMICK, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

QUARLES, NELL COOKE FLORENCE, SC 

ELEM. EDUCATION 

QUARLES, PAMELA KAY AIKEN, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

QUARLES, WILLIAM MCCORMICK, SC 

GEOLOGY 

RABON, RODNEY L AIKEN, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

RAINEY, MARY SWANN OAK RIDGE, TN 

ORNAMENTAL HORT. 

RAMPEY, ALAN CLEMSON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

RAMSAY, PAGE SUMTER, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

RANKIN, ALEX BENJAMIN MARION, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

REAGAN, ROBERT JOHN CHERRY HILL, NJ 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

REDFERN, CECIL H GREENVILLE, SC 

REDWINE, JOHN MARK DUNCAN, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

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RICH. TIM ARLINGTON, IL 

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RICHARDS. MARK ... SIMPSONVILLE. SC 

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RIDDLE, DANA GREENWOOD, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

RIDDLE JOHN TAYLORS, SC 

AGRICULTURAL MECH.-BUS. 

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BIOCHEMISTRY 

RIGG. CATHERINE WISE, VA 

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ANIMAL SCIENCE 

SAMPLE, KRISTINE J BELVEDERE, SC 

ENGLISH 

SAMUEL, VALERIE R CHINCHILLA, PA 

RECREATION 

SANDERS. JEAN MARIE ATHENS, GA 

CHILDHOOD EDUCA. 

SANDIFER, DEE FLORENCE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

SARGENT, PHIL SCOTT LIBERTY, SC 

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SARK, CRISTY SAVANNAH, GA 

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SCHAVEY, ROBERT JAMES ROCK HILL, SC 

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SCHENKEWITZ, JOHN MT. LAUREL, NJ 

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SCHMIDT, MATTHEW W CONWAY, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

SCHNEIDER, DONNA MARION . . . ANDERSON, SC 

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SCHULTZ, KAREN ALEISE AIKEN, SC 

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SCOTT, BETTY GREENWOOD, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

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SEASE, JOSEPH NEWBERRY, SC 

INDUST. EDUC. 

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SEIBERT, DAVID TOMS RIVER, NJ 

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IND. ENG. TECH. 

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SIMPSON, MARY L SENECA, SC 

ELEMENTARY 

SIMPSON, STEVEN REID DUE WEST, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

SIMS, JOEL KEITH CAMDEN, SC 

DESIGN 

SIMS, WELDON STEWART . .NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

SKELTON, THOMAS E., JR CLEMSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

SKELTON, WILLIAM CLEMSON, SC 

HORTICULTURE 

SKEY, DEBRA GREER, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

SKINNER, TERESA CONWAY, SC 

ENGLISH 

SLIGH, WILLIAM, JR MCCOLL, SC 

FORREST 

SMITH, ALLEN BURTON LA GRANGE, GA 

MANAGEMENT 

SMITH, ANDY PANAMA CITY, PANAMA 

SMITH, BRAD BROWN SPARTANBURG, SC 

DESIGN 

SMITH, BRUCE F AIKEN, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 



423 



SMI-STE 

SMITH, BRYAN LIVINGSTON CARY, NC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

SMITH, DEBORAH CLEMSON, SC 

SEC. EDUC. 
SMITH, GEORGE ANDERSON, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 
SMITH, WATT ELIAS, III ORANGEBURG, SC 

COMPUTER SCI. 

SMITH, BERTIE J., JR HANAHAN, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUC. 

SMITH, KEITH NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

SMITH, MARY GREENVILLE, SC 

ENGLISH 

SMITH, SHANNON LEIGH PENDLETON, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

SMITH, STANLEY AIKEN, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

SMITH VICKI LYNNE SPARTANBURG, SC 

ELEM. EDUCATION 

SMOLOWSKY, LISA LANGLEY, SC 

HISTORY 

SNEAD, MICHAEL E BISHOPVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

SNIPES, KATHRYN ANNE SPARTANBURG, SC 

ELEMENTARY EDUC. 

SNOWBALL, PETER M SPARTANBURG, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

SONS, FREDERICK L LEXINGTON, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

SONS, KATHLEEN LAURA LEXINGTON, SC 

NURSING 

SOTTILE, WILLIAM A ISLE OF PALMS, SC 

BUILDING SCIENCE 
SOWELL, ANTHONY WALKER OAKLEY, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 
SPEARMAN, SUSAN SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 
STAGGS, PHILLIP KEVIN LANDRUM, SC 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

STALEY, PAMELA GREENWOOD, SC 

BS ELECTRICAL ENG. 

STANTON, PRENTISS KINNEY CHERAW, SC 

POLITICAL SCI. 

STARGEL, DENTON PENSACOLA, FL 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

STEEDLY, NANCY LYNN BAMBERG, SC 

MATH 

STEELE, MICHAEL J COLUMBIA, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

STEELE, TIMOTHY DICKSON GREENVILLE, SC 

STEPHENS, MARJORIE COLUMBIA, SC 

ZOOLOGY 

STEPHENSON, ROBERT F LANCASTER, SC 

ACCOUNTING 



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424 



SENIORS 




STE-TAY 

STEVENSON, EDWARD ALLENDALE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

STEVENSON, JAMES HARDY WARTON, MD 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

STODDARD, DAVID F ANDERSON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

STOKES, DAVID WAYNE COLUMBIA, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

STOKES, MARK REYNOLDS CAMDEN, SC 

OCCUPATIONAL 

STONEY, JAMES SUMMERVILLE, SC 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

STOTT, KATHY COLUMBUS, NC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

STOUDEMIRE, STUCKEY POMARIA, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

STRICKLAND, DONNA ANDERSON, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

STUEBER, DEBRA DENISE MARTINSVILLE, VA 

RECREATION 

STURGIS, RICHARD GREENVILLE, SC 

HISTORY 

STURGIS, WILLIAM R CLEMSON, SC 

ECONOMICS 

STURTEVANT, SARAH HOPKINS, SC 

NURSING 

SUDDETH, BROADUS CLINTON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

SUGHRUE, JUDITH CHARLESTON, SC 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

SULLIVAN, LESLIE COLUMBIA, SC 

BUILDING SCIENCE 

SULLIVAN, ROBERT CLEMSON, SC 

CHEM. ENGINEER. 
SUMNER, DAVID ABBEVILLE, SC 

MECHANICAL 
SWAN, JAMES EDWARD COLUMBIA, SC 

ACCOUNTING 
SWEEN, JANICE C BETHESDA, MD 

RECREATION 

SWIT, TERRI GREENVILLE, SC 

NURSING 

SZPARA, JAMES P MENDHAM, NJ 

RESOURCE MGMT. 

TAGHIZADEH, ALI AKBAR CLEMSON, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

TALBERT, WILLIAM RAY PIEDMONT, SC 

ENGLISH 

TALLEY, WAYNE KEMPER EASLEY, SC 

TEXTILE TECH. 

TANNEHILL, KATHRYN DUNWOODY, GA 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

TAYLOR, CHRISTINA F AIKEN, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

TAYLOR, JACKIE EMILYN GREENVILLE, SC 

ENGLISH 



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TAY-TIN 

TAYLOR, JONATHAN ELLIOTT ...GREENVILLE, SC 

SECONDARY 

TAYLOR, KATHRYN CAMPBELL . . . CLEMSON.SC 

HORTICULTURE 

TAYLOR, KATHY M GOOSE CREEK, SC 

TEXTILE CHEM. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM TIMOTHY LAURENS, SC 

INDUSTRIAL 

TEAL, JAMES CENTRAL, SC 

ADMINISTRATION 
TEEDER, JOSEPH BYRNE, JR GASTONIA, NC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 
TEDESCO, CHRISTINE L SPOKANE, WA 

ARCHITECTURE 
TEMPLETON, JOHN HIGH POINT, NC 

ARCHITECTURE 

THIEKER, ALECIA CROFT COLUMBIA, SC 

COMPUTER SCI. 

THIGPEN, JESSE DURANT, JR. CHARLESTON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

THIGPEN, MARY EMMA CHARLESTON, SC 

COMPUTER SCIEN. 

THOMAS, JOHN WYCKOFF, NJ 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

THOMAS, MARYLAND ROEBUCK, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 

THOMAS, SARAH L SENECA, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

THOMASON, BILL HICKORY, NC 

BUILDING 

THOMASON, JEAN SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

THOMPSON, DEBORAH CENTRAL, SC 

MATHEMATICS 

THOMPSON, JANE WILSON . .SPARTANBURG, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

THOMPSON, JOANNE ORANGE PARK, FL 

ELEM. EDUC. 

THOMPSON, M. DENISE CLOVER, SC 

DESIGN 

THOMPSON, ROBERT CLEMSON SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

THOMSON, RICHARD ANDERSON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

THORNTON, JEFFREY RANDALL GREER, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

THRASHER, JAMES ANDERSON, SC 

ZOOLOGY 

THROWER, ALLYSON SUMMERVILLE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

TILL, MICHAEL STEVEN CENTRAL, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

TILLSON, DIANE GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

TINDALL, JUDY GREENVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 



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82 SENIORS 




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TOR-VEN 

TORBAHN, KRIS MARIA GREENVILLE, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

TOWNSEND, ALAN DILLON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

TOWNSEND, CAROLYN E BLACKSBURG, SC 

NURSING 

TOWNSEND, JAMES M., Ill . . . BESSETTSVILLE, SC 

ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY 

TRAVAGLINI, RICHARD BLOOMFIELD, NJ 

DESIGN 

TRIBBLE, REID WARREN COLUMBIA, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

TRIVELY, TOM CLEMSON, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

TROLLINGER, MARK ASHEBORO, NC 

BS ARCH. 

TRULUCK, JOHN THOMAS LYNCHBURG, SC 

ARCHITECTURE 

TRUSTY, LETHA A GREENVILLE, SC 

CHILDHOOD EDUCA. 

TURELLA, MARK A S. EUCLID, OH 

MATHEMATICS 

TURNER, ERIC LEE CENTRAL, SC 

INDUSTRIAL EDUC. 

TURNER, JOHNNIE WILSON . . . .GREENWOOD, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

TURNER, RICKY CLOVER, SC 

ENGINEERING 

TUTEN, JOHN ROBERT EDGEFIELD, SC 

TYSON, TERESA DAWN GREENVILLE, SC 

MATHEMATICAL 

ULUG, MEHMET CLEMSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

USRY, GERALD S ANDERSON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

VAN METER, STUART ELLIS . . . MT. PLEASANT, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

VAN WITZENBURG, MARY FLORENCE, SC 

NURSING 

VANCE, DEBORAH ALISON CONYERS, GA 

COMPUTER 

VANPATTEN, CYNTHIA HOMER, NY 

SOCIOLOGY 

VARIN, VIVIANE GREENVILLE, SC 

AGRICULTURE 

VAUGHAN, JR., ROBERT A FLORENCE, SC 

ENGLISH 

VAUGHN, DONALD BRUCE BISHOPVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

VAUGHN, JOE ROBIN CLEMSON, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

VECCHIONE, CRAIG RODERICK . . . ROCKAWAY, NJ 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

VENTURELLA, GEORGE ANDERSON, SC 

POULTRY SCIENCE 



427 



VEZ-WAT 

VEZINA, SHERRI DUNWOODY, GA 

NURSING 

VON TUNGELIN, BRENDA CLEMSON, SC 

HORTICULTURE 

VUTSINAS, STACIE CLINTON, MD 

ELEMENTARY 

WADDELL, TINA COLUMBIA, SC 

NURSING 

WADE, POLLY ANN MARIETTA, GA 

ENGINEERING 

WADE, TIMOTHY PICKENS, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

WALKER, DIANNE GREENVILLE, SC 

ELEM. EDUC. 

WALLACE, MARK WILLIAM MAULDIN, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

WALLACE, MARSHALL LYNN SIMPSONVILLE, SC 
ZOOLOGY 

WALLACE, OWEN DILLON, SC 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

WALPOLE, JOHN REED COLUMBIA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL ENG. 

WALTERS, ALLISON SALISBURY, NC 

HORTUCULTURE 

WANNAMAKER, DAVID D ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

AGRICULTURE 

WARD, MARK DAVID BRICK TOWN, NJ 

HORTICULTURE 

WARD, VIRGINIA COLUMBIA, SC 

NURSING 

WARDLAW, FRANCIS M, JR TROY, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

WARREN, MICAHEL CHARLESTON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 
WARRINGER, DIRK A BRISTOL, VA 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 
WASNESS, JAMES SPARTANBURG, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

WASSERMAN, MARK DAVID ROCKAWAY, NJ 

ECONOMICS 

WATERS, HAROLD, II SPARTANBURG, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

WATKINS, DEBORAH R GREENVILLE, SC 

CHILDHOOD. EDUCA. 

WATSON, CHARLES SUMMERVILLE, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

WATSON, DONNA LEIGH EASLEY, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 

WATSON, JEFFREY ANDERSON, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

WATSON, SHERRIE GAYLE BRADLEY, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

WATT, LEE ROCK HILL, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

WATTS, KAREN ANN MT. PLEASANT, SC 

ACCOUNTING 



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428 



SENIORS 




WAY-WIC 

WAY, CHARLISE HOLLY HILL, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

WEATHERFORD, SCOTT OSWEGO, SC 

AGRICULTURAL 

WEATHERSBEE, ALBERT, III COLUMBIA, SC 

ECONOMIC 

WEAVER, PATRICIA SENERNA PARK, MD 

MATHEMATICS 

WEBB, DAVID RUSSELL SALLEZ, SC 

HISTORY 

WEBB, VICKI GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMN. 

WEBSTER, MARY ATLANTA, GA 

ELEM. EDUCATION 

WEEKS, JAMES, JR GREENWOOD, SC 

ENGINEERING 

WEEKS, MARGARET CHARLESTON, SC 

BOTANY 

WEEKS, SCOTT JACKSON, SC 

RECREATION 

WEEMS, JAMES ALAN CENTRAL, SC 

RECREATION 

WEINING, MARK EARL NEWARK, DE 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

WELTON, DOUGLAS ANDRE . . . GREENWOOD, SC 

COMPUTER SCIEN. 

WENTWORTH, PAMELA JEAN . . . .STAMFORD, CT 

ECONOMICS 

WESSINGER, KEVIN CLINTON, SC 

MICROBIOLOGY 

WEST, CHARLES SPARTANBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

WEST, JAMES HERBURT AFPHARETTA, GA 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

WESTCOTT, LAURA KENNEDYVILLE, MD 

DESIGN 

WESTFALL, PETER H SULLIVANS ISLAND, SC 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

WESTOVER, BRIAN DAVID SUMMERVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

WHELESS, CAROL L ROANOKE, VA 

NURSING 

WHITE, LEONARD E ROCK HILL, SC 

POLITICAL SCIE. 

WHITLAW, SUSAN FOREST HILL, MD 

CERAMIC ENG. 

WHITLEY, KURT EDWARD AIKEN, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

WHITMIRE, TERESA ANDERSON, SC 

SECONDARY EDUC. 

WHITTEN, BETH CHARLESTON, SC 

NURSING 

WHITTLE, TERESA ANN ROCK HILL, SC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

WICKER, KEVIN SHEALY PROSPERITY, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 



429 



WIC-WRI 

WICKLIFFE, JIMMY GREENVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL MNG. 

WIGGINS, DEBRA EUTAWVILLE, SC 

FINANCIAL 

WIGINTON, KEVIN SENECA, SC 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

WILLIAMS, LAURA EASLEY, SC 

DESIGN 

WILLIAMS, PHILIP WILLIAMSTON, SC 

POLITICAL 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS ALLEN LANCASTER, SC 

ACCOUNTING 

WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY GREENVILLE, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

WILLIS, JEFFREY WADE CHARLOTTE, NC 

CHEMICAL ENG. 

WILLY, ELIZABETH GREENWOOD, SC 

WILSON, BRIAN SPARTANBURG, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

WILSON, DEAN C CAMDEN, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

WILSON, HUGH COLUMBIA, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

WILSON, JOSEPH CHESTER, SC 

AGRICULTURE 

WILSON, JULIE STARR, SC 

EARLY CHILD. 

WILSON, NANCY CHARLESTON, NC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

WILSON, STACEY E MCCLELLANVILLE, SC 

RECREATION 

WINGARD, ANGELA LEXINGTON, SC 

ADMINISTRATIVE MNG. 

WITT, MARY L ATLANTA, GA 

MATHEMATICAL 

WITT, WILLIAM D ANDERSON, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

WOLLA, JEFFREY CLEMSON, SC 

MECHNICAL ENG. 

WONG, YING JO FLUSHING, NY 

CHEMISTRY 

WOOD, BRYAN EDGEFIELD, SC 

CIVIL ENG. 

WOOD, LISA HILTON HEAD ISL, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

WOOD, SHAUNA CENTRAL, SC 

NURSING 

WORMSER, STEVEN JAMES . . WARRINGTON, PA 

CERAMIC ENG. 

WORSFOLD, EDWARD . . SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA 

CIVIL ENG. 

WRIGHT, ANNE ELIZABETH ATLANTA, GA 

NURSING 

WRIGHT, CYNTHIA GREENVILLE, SC 

FRENCH 




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82 SENIORS 




WRI-ZEI 

WRIGHT, MARY ADELAIDE NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 
COMPUTER 

WRIGHT, MICHAEL JEROME WALHALLA, SC 

MECHANICAL ENG. 

WYATT, GEORGE, JR PIEDMONT, SC 

ELECTRICAL ENG. 

WYMAN, FRANK COLUMBIA, SC 

PSYCHOLOGY 

YATES, MICHAEL HARRISON PARKTON, MD 

ENGINEERING 

YODER, WYNN A COLUMBIA, SC 

ELEM. EDUCATION 

YOUNG, LAUREN CHARLESTON, SC 

EARLY CHILDHOOD 

YOUNG, LAWRENCE ROCK HILL, SC 

HORTICULTURE 

YOUNG, NANCY B COLUMBIA, SC 

REC. AND PARKS 
ZAKARIA, KAMRAN CLEMSON, SC 

TEXTILE SCIENCE 
ZART, CARL JACKSONVILLE, FL 

INDUSTRIAL MNG. 

ZEIGLER, JANE CLAIRE . . . NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

SOCIOLOGY 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 



AARDEMA. JON (84) MARIETTA. GA 

ABBOTT, LACONYEA (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ABELL. MARK (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

ABORN. DAVID (85) KENSINGTON. MD 

ABRAHAMSON. JULIE (83) COLLEGE PARK, GA 

ACKERMAN. MARGARET (84) DECAUTAR. GA 

ACOSTA. LENORA (83) CLEMSON. SC 

ADAMS. ANGIE (85) UNION, SC 

ADAMS. BEN (85) EASLEY, SC 

ADAMS. CATHERINE D. (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

ADAMS, GARY HAMILTON (85) . GEORGETOWN. KY 
ADAMS. GREGORY (85) PIEDMONT. SC 

ADAMS. JESSE (85) JOHNS ISLAND. SC 

ADAMS. ROBERT (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

ADAMS. SCOTT (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

ADAMS, SUSIE (83) SENECA. SC 

ADAMS. WILLIAM A. (85) MCCALL, SG 

ADDISON. RICHARD DANIEL (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

ADKINS. TOMMY (85) YORK, SC 

AFRIN. LAWRENCE (84) HANAHAN, SC 

AGEE. GRAHAM P. (83) BASKING RIDGE, NJ 

AGNEW, REBECCA ANN (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

AICHELE. JEANNE (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

AKINS. RONALD (85) LEESVILLE, SC 

ALBEA. ALISON (83) ROCKMART. GA 

ALBRECHT. FLEETWOOD (84) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

ALDRIDGE, JEAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ALDWORTH. KATHERINE (84) SETAUKET, NY 

ALE, PAT (83) LAURENS, SC 

ALEWINE, ALLISON (83) IVA, SC 

ALEXANDER. BILL (84) WALHALLA. SC 

ALEXANDER. DON (83) TAMASSEE, SC 

ALEXANDER, GEOFFREY (00) . . . CLEMSON, SC 

ALEXANDER, J MARK (83) LANDRUM, SC 

ALEXANDER, JEFF (84) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

ALEXANDER, JODY (83) AIKEN. SC 

ALEXANDER. PAM (84) AIKEN, SC 

ALEXANDER, PATRICIA (84) LAMAR, SC 

ALEXANDER, TAMMY SENECA, SC 

ALEXANDER, VALERIE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

ALIAGA, ANTONIO (83) EASLEY, SC 

ALIAS, NORAINI (84) KUANTAN. PAHANG MALAY 

/•I I I N. ANGELA (83) ABBEVILLE. SC 

ALLEN I DWIN (84) BENNETTSVILLE. SC 

ALLEN, NICK (85) TAYLORS, SC 

ALLEN. PAUL (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

ALLEN. PAUL(84) GREENVILLE, SC 

ALLFN. PHILIP (83) GRI I NVII I I , SC 




414 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




ALL-AND 

ALLEN, REAVES (83) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

ALLEN, SHERRI (84) DUNCAN, SC 

ALLISON, CRAIG (83) MECHANICSBURG. PA 

ALLRED, DALE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ALMEIDA, ANA (85) SWANSEA, MA 

ALTMAN, JOANNE (85) , MAITLAND, FL 

ALVAREZ, JANE (83) ROME, GA 

ALVAREZ, VINCENT (85) SUMTER, SC 

AMES. SCOTT (85) CHAPAQUA, NY 

AMICK. MARK (83) CLEMSON, SC 

AMMONS, BETH (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

ANAS, ROZINAH (84) CLEMSON, SC 

ANDERSON, KEITH (84) CLEMSON. SC 

ANDERSON, CARLA (85) TIMMONSVILLE. SC 

ANDERSON, CARLTON (85) WHITMERE. SC 

ANDERSON, CATHRYN (84) GREENWOOD. SC 

ANDERSON, DAVID (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

ANDERSON, DIANA (83) GREENWOOD. SC 




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AND-BAE 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



ANDERSON, ELIZABETH (84) RUTHERFORDTON, NC 

ANDERSON, EVE (85) AIKEN, SO 

ANDERSON, JEFF (85) GEORGETOWN, SC 

ANDERSON, MELANIE (84) TIMMONSVILLE. SC 

ANDERSON, PAUL (83) MACON. GA 

ANDERSON, SHERYL (85) MOORE, SC 

ANDERSON, SUSAN (00) PICKENS, SC 

ANDERSON, TONY (85) WARD, SC 

ANGERT, CHRISTOPHER (85) HAVRA, DE GRACE, MD 

APPLEBY, KEITH (85) ESTILL, SC 

APPLEGATE, ANDREW (84) COLTS NECK. NJ 

APPLEGATE, SCOTT (84) CLOVER, SC 

ARANT, HAROLD EARL (83) BOWMAN, SC 

ARANT, J. STEVEN (84) ORANGEBURG, SC 

ARANT, MELANIE (85) CHAPIN, SC 

ARGENTO. SALVATORE (85) LINCOLN PARK, NJ 

ARIAIL. BETTY (83) POMARIA, SC 

ARMANTROUT, LYNN (85) HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

ARMEL, KAREN (85) MURRAY HILL, NJ 

ARMS, KENNETH (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

ARMSTRONG, ANN MARIE (85) ABBEVILLE, SC 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN (84) GRAY COURT, SC 

ARNETTE, ANGIE (84) DILLON, SC 

ARNOLD, ALLYSON (84) DUNWOODY. GA 

ARNOLD, JOHNNY (85) DARLINGTON, SC 

ARNOLD, LESLIE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

ASHLEY, CAROLE (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

ASHLEY, SAMMY (85) BELTON, SC 

ASHMORE, DAVE (83) GREER, SC 

ASHWORTH. CHRISTOPHER (84) BURTON, SC 

ASK. RON (84) ATLANTA, GA 

ATCHLEY, PAM (83) CLEMSON. SC 

ATKINS, MELODY (84) MOORE, SC 

ATKINSON, BARBARA (85) GREENSBORO, NC 

ATKINSON, FRAN (85) BEECH ISLAND, SC 

ATKINSON, JENNIFER (85) AUGUSTA. GA 

AUERBACH, WILLIAM (84) ESSEX FELIS, NJ 

AUGHTRY, BUBBA (83) GAFFNEY. SC 

AUSTIN, DEBORAH (84) MILLER PLACE, NY 

AUSTIN, MOLLY (85) CLEMSON, SC 

AUSTIN. ROBERT (84) KERNERSVILLE, NC 

AYCOCK, CAL (85) STONE MOUNTAIN, GA 

AYRES, CHRISTOPHER B. (85) SURF SIDE BEACH, SC 

AYRES, LAWRENCE K. (84) MELBOURNE, FL 

AYRES, RHONDA (83) SENECA, SC 

BACON, STEVE (85) DUNWOODY, GA 

BAE, SUN YOUNG (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

BAEHL, KIM (85) CHARLESTON, WV 










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UNDERCLASSMEN 



BAG-BAR 





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BAGNAL, KEN (83) FORT EUSTES, VA 

BAGWELL, KAREN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

BAGWELL, KIMBERLY J. (84) WARE SHOALS, SC 

BAILES, CATHY (85) CLOVER, SC 

BAILEY, CALVIN (85) UNION, SC 

BAILEY, CHERYL ANN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

BAILEY, COOKI CRUNCHER (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

BAILEY, DAWN D. (83) ENDREE, SC 

BAILEY, JIMMY CHRISTOPHER (84) . , ANDERSON, SC 

BAILEY, KEN (84) BROOMALL, PA 

BAILEY, MARK E. (83) AIKEN, SC 

BAILEY. PHILIP (83) BOWERSVILLE, GA 

BAILEY, SUSAN (85) LANCASTER, SC 

BAILEY. TRENA (85) COWPENS. SC 

BAINES, DENISE (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

BAITY, GWEN (85) EASLEY, SC 

BAITY, LYNN (85) EASLEY, SC 

BAKER, BECKY (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

BAKER, BRIAN (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

BAKER. JANET L. (84) RICHMOND, VA 

BALDINO, NANCY (85) NEWARK, DE 

BALDWIN, KATRINA (85) CLEMSON, SC 

BALDWIN. RICHARD (83) CLEMSON, SC 

BALKCOM, ROBERT (85) HONEA PATH. SC 

BALL. JEFF A (85) VALRICO, FL 

BALL, SUSAN (84) CHERRY HILL. NJ 

BALLARD, JOE GLENN (83) CLEMSON, SC 

BALLARD, MARY BETH (83) LANCASTER, SC 

BALLARD, ROBERT (84) PIEDMONT, SC 

BALLENGER, JILL (85) TAYLORS, SC 

BALLENGER, R. DAVID (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BALLENTINE, CHEVIS (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

BALLENTINE, SARETTA (83) . . .ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 

BANGHAM, BOB (85) BIRMINGHAM, AL 

BANKHEAD, SANDRA (83) ROCK HILL. SC 

BANNISTER, MARIE (84) CLINTON, SC 

BARBER, THOMAS (83) RIDGEWAY, SC 

BARBIERI, STACEY (83) HILTON HEAD ISL, SC 

BARBREY, REBECCA LYNN (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

BARDEN, CYNTHIA (85) BLACKBURG, GA 

BARDEN, TRELLISE (84) MARIETTA, GA 

BARHAM, ELLEN (85) AIKEN, SC 

BARKER, CARISSA (85) LEXINGTON, SC 

BARKER, DENEAN (84) DUNWOODY, GA 

BARKSDALE, RANDY (85) RALIEGH, NC 

BARLOW. MELISSA (85) ATLANTA, GA 

BARMORE, GWEN (83) GREENWOOD, SC 

BARNA, NANCY (85) BOUND BROOK, NJ 



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BAR-BEE 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



BARNES. TAMMY (85) SUMMERTON, SC 

BARNETT, JACK (84) CLEMSON. SC 

BARNETT. HENRY, JR. (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

BARNETT, KAREN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BARNETTE, BILLY (85) GREER, SC 

BARNHILL, RENEE (83) SHELBY, NC 

BARNHILL, TAMMY (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

BARR, ROBERT (85) ANDERSON, SC 

BARRETT. JOSEPH (85) CHAPIN, SC 

BARRON. VEREEN (83) FORT MILL, SC 

BARROWS, KEVIN (85) ATLANTA, GA 

BARSTON, LAURA (84) FAIRFAX, VA 

BARTON, BETH (83) LARENS, SC 

BARTON, CRAIG (84) ROSWELE, GA 

BARTON, WILLIAM (84) SENECA, SC 

BARWICK, LESTER (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

BASHNAN. JIM (83) SENECA, SC 

BASHOR, KAY E. (85) MARION, SC 

BASIL, DAVID (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

BASKIN, BARBARA (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

BASKIN, ERIC (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BASKINS. ERIC L. (83) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

BASTIAN, DENISE (83) MT PLEASANT, SC 

BATES, LISA (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

BATES, MARLA (83) HILTON HEAD 

BATSON, SCOTT (84) PICKENS, SC 

BAUGHMAN, MITCH (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

BAUMGARDNER. LYN (85) . . CHAMBERSBURG, PA 

BAUMGARDNER, MIMI (84) CLEMSON, SC 

BAXLEY, BOBBY (85) MARION, SC 

BAXLEY, TOMMY (85) LAKE CITY, SC 

BAXTER, BETH (84) CAYCE, SC 

BAXTER, JEFF (85) SYKESVILLE, MD 

BAYNE, MONTY (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

BEALL, JEFF (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

BEARD, DANA CLEMSON, SC 

BEARDEN, JEFF (85) MADISONVILLE, KY 

HE. LAURIE (84) WILMINGTON, DE 

BEATY, DUDLEY (84) BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

BECK, TIM (84) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

BECK, TODD (85) CONOVER, NC 

BECKNELL, BRIAN (85) EASLEY, SC 

BECKWITH, DAVID (85) MATTHEWS, NC 

BEDENBAUGH, KIM (83) PROSPERITY, SC 

BEDENBAUGH, ROBERT L. (85) . PROSPERITY. SC 
BEDENBAUGH, RUSSELL (85) PROSPERITY, SC 

BEDENBAUGH, THOMAS D. (82) CAMDEN, SC 

BEEKS, JOHN (85) GREENVILLE. SC 




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BEL-BLA 



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BELK. ROBIN (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

BELL. DAVID (85) SIMPSONVILLE. SC 

BELL, WENDY L. (85) FAIRFAX, VA 

BENDELIUS, BONNIE SUE (83) . DUNWOODY. GA 

BENJOCK, GREG (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

BENNETT, BARBARA (85) CLEMSON, SC 

BENNETT. BONNIE (84) NASHVILLE, TN 

BENNETT. DAVID (83) GREER, SC 

BENNETT. ELIZABETH (85) CLEMSON, SC 

BENNETT, GREGORY (83) MARIETTA, SC 

BENNETT. JANICE (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

BENNETT, LORRI (84) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

BENSON, DEANNE (85) RALEIGH, SC 

BENSON. LEESA (83) GREER, SC 

BENSON, SHELLEY (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

BENSON. TIM (83) FLORENCE. SC 

BENTON, SHERYL (84) GEORGETOWN. SC 

BERGER, GINA (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

BERGMAN. LYNDA (85) LILBURN, GA 

BERGMANN, PATTY (83) WINSTON-SALEM, NC 

BERGUSON, MICHAEL (84) LANCASTER, SC 

BERNI, BRIAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

BERRY. KELLY (84) PIEDMONT, KY 

BERRY. WAYNE (84) CLEMSON. KY 

BERTRAM. MICHAEL (83) W. COLUMBIA. SC 

BETHEA, WILLIAM (84) MC CALL, SC 

BETSILL, WALTER (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

BIEDIGER, CATHERINE (84) GREENVILLE. SC 

BIEHL, LAURIE (85) ATLANTA, GA 

BIERING, MARCUS (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

BIGGERS. JACK (84) GREENVILLE. SC 

BINNICKER. WILLIAM W.. JR. (84) . . DENMARK, SC 
BIRCHFIELD, BUTCH (83) INDIAN HARBOUR BCH, FL 

BIRD. LAURA (85) ATLANTA. GA 

BIRDSONG. SUZANNE (84) DUNWOODY, GA 

BIRK, BRIAN (85) SIMPSONVILLE. SC 

BISHOP. GAYE (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

BISHOP. KAREN (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

BISHOP, KATHRYN (83) CENTRAL. SC 

BISHOP. TERESA (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

BISMACK, KEVIN (83) ANDERSON, SC 

BISMACK, SUE (85) ANDERSON, SC 

BITHER. CHRISTOPHER N. (85) WILMINGTON, DE 

BLACK, BARBARA (84) SALUDA. SC 

BLACK. CRAIG (83) GREENWOOD, SC 

BLACK, JOHN (84) WEST UNION, SC 

BLACK, TONY (83) EASLEY, SC 

BLACKBURN, BARRY (84) MT PLESANT, SC 



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BLA-BOU 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



BLACKMAN. JIMMY (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

BLACKMAN. SAMMY (84) CALHOUN FALLS, SC 

BLACKMON, BARRY (84) LANCASTER, SC 

BLACKSTON, ANN (84) ANDERSON, SC 

BLACKWELL. JOHN (83) FORT MILL. SC 

BLACKWELL. ROBERT (84) FORT MILL. SC 

BLALOCK. TRICIA (83) KINGS MOUNTAIN, NC 

BLANCHARD, PAUL (85) MARCO ISLAND, FL 

BLAND. HEATHER (83) SWANSBORO, NC 

BLANKENSHIP, BETSY (85) CHAPIN, SC 

BLANKS, MARIE (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

BLANTON. ALAN (83) COWPENS, SC 

BLANTON, JOHN (84) EASLEY, SC 

BLEDSOE. A RICHARD, JR. (84) NINETY SIX, SC 

BLEECKER. HOPE (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

BLEWER. MCNEAL, JR. (83) CORDOVA, SC 

BLUM. KIM (84) GREENWOOD. SC 

BLUM, SCOTT (85) ELMER, NJ 

BOATMAN. JEFF (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

BOBO. DEBORAH (84) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

BOOKLET. RAYMOND (84) POQUOSON, VA 

BODENHEIMER. BETH (85) AIKEN. SC 

BOGGS, DONALD (83) CENTRAL. SC 

BOGGS. PAULA (84) ANDERSON, SC 

BOHNSLAV, JEFF (85) GREAT FALLS, VA 

BOITER, KAREN ANGELA (83) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

BOLCHOZ, BETH (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

BOLICK. HARRY (84) GREENVILLE. SC 

BOLICK, ROBERT (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BOLINGER. KATHY (85) INMAN, SC 

BOLT, KATHY (83) EASLEY, SC 

BOLT, TAMMY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

BOMAR. CINDY (84) DUNCAN, SC 

BOMGARDNER, MICHAEL (83) COLLEGE PARK. MD 
BOMHOFF, ALYSON (85) JEKYLL ISLAND, GA 
BOND, DAVID G (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BOND, JANE ELIZABETH (84) GRAY, TN 

BOND, LAUREN (84) ELBERTON, LA 

BOND, TERRY (85) ONTAGION, CANADA 

BONDS. DAVID (85) WOODRUFF, SC 

BONNER, DAVID (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

BONSECOUR. BRIGGETTE (85) MCCORMICK. SC 

BOOTH. JAMES (85) GRANVILLE. OH 

BOOZER, LEE (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

BORDERS. MICHAEL (85) NEWARK, DE 

BORUM. ROBERT C. (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

BOSSART. BONNIE (83) BFDFORD, PA 

BOUCOUNIS, THOMAS (84) BINGHAMTON. NY 




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BOU-BRA 




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BOUDREAUX. ANNE (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

BOULWARE, SUSAN (84) FORT MILL, SC 

BOURNE, CATHERINE ANNE (84) . COLUMBIA, SC 

BOURNE, CHARLIE (83) GEORGETOWN, SC 

BOWEN, CATHERINE (84) CRAWFORD, GA 

BOWEN. CHARLOTTE (84) MACON, GA 

BOWEN. LUCY (83) LAGRANGE, GA 

BOWEN. MELANIE (85) INA, SC 

BOWEN, TERRY (83) PIEDMONT, SC 

BOWERS. BARRY (85) PROSPERITY, SC 

BOWERS, BILLIE LANE (85) AIKEN, SC 

BOWERS. KIM (85) ISLEOF PALM, SC 

BOWERS, R HAL (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

BOWERS. SHERLYN (83) AIKEN, SC 

BOWLEY. ANDREW (85) DARIEN, CT 

BOWMAN, LEATHEA (85) INA, SC 

BOWMAN, PEGGY (83) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

BOWMAN. SUSAN (84) NEW ROCHELLE, NY 

BOWSER, KERRI (84) NORTH AUGUSTA. SC 

BOWYER. JAMES (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

BOX, BILL (83) CLEMSON, SC 

BOYCE, RAY E, JR. (84) JOANNA, SC 

BOYD, CHERYL (84) AIKEN, SC 

BOYD, ROBBIE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

BOYD, STEVEN (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

BOYD. STEVEN (83) GASTONIA, NC 

BOYER. HOWARD (85) DOUGLASVILLE, PA 

BOYLAN. BRIAN (85) MIAMI, FL 

BOZARD, JAN (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

BRACEY, MICHAEL (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

BRADBERRY, MARK (83) ABBEVILLE, SC 

BRADFORD, MELINDA (85) SUMTER, SC 

BRADHAM. JULIAN C, JR. (83) CLEMSON, SC 

BRADLEY, JEFF (84) FORT MILL, SC 

BRADLEY, PHILLIP D. (84) LUGOFF, SC 

BRADSHAW, SCOTT (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

BRADY, JOHN A. (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

BRADY, TIMOTHY J (83) EASLEY, SC 

BRAESE. PAUL (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

BRAGG, MIKE (84) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

BRAID, NANCY (85) ROSWELL, GA 

BRANCH, BOB (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

BRANCH, LU-ANN (83) ORLANDO, FL 

BRANDON, STEVEN C. (83) CLEMSON, SC 

BRANDT, JOHN (83) HARTSVILLE, SC 

BRANDT, KYLE F. (85) W COLUMBIA, SC 

BRANDT, STUART N. (83) W. COLUMBIA, SC 

BRANNING, MICHAEL (85) BATESBURG, SC 



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BRA-BRO 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



BRANT, GEORGE (85) SHELBY, NC 

BRASHIER, GINGER (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

BRAXTON. BRENDA (84) SENECA, SC 

BRAY. DONALD A. (84) PROSPERITY. SC 

BREEDEN. LISA (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

BREELAND. LE VANZA (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

BREHMER, HARMON E . JR. (83) KINARDS. SC 

BRELAND, BEN (83) WEST COLUMBIA. SC 

BRELAND. MALINDA (85) EHRHARDT. SC 

BRENEMAN. DEBBIE (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

BRESETTE. RICHARD H (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

BRESSETTE. VALERIE ANN (84) MAULDIN. SC 

BREWTON, LAURA (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

BRICKLE. MICHAEL (84) ROYCE, SC 

BRIDGES. FAYE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

BRIDWELL. BLAKE (84) .... FLORENCE. SC 

BRIGEL. MARY ANN (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

BRIGGS, BLAINE (85) FLETCHER, NC 

BRIGHAM, JOHN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BRISKE, TAMMI (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

BRITTAIN. JOAN (83) AIKEN, SC 

BRITTON, BABS (83) SUMTER, SC 

BRITTON. GIL (84) SALTERS, SC 

BRITTON, KEVIN (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

BRITTON. MELISSA (83) SALTERS. SC 

BROCK. RICHARD C. (84) EASLEY. SC 

BROCK, SUSAN (84) GREER, SC 

BROCKINGTON, THUANE (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

BROCKWAY, KATY (84) ATHENS. GA 

BRODERICK, LISA (85) . BASKING RIDGE. NJ 

BRODMERKEL. JAMES SCOTT (85) . . . . CLOVER, SC 

BROOKS, BYRON L, III (85) BOWIE, MD 

BROOKS, DENNIS (83) TAYLORS, SC 

BROOKS, JANET C. (84) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

BROOKS. JOHN (85) . MCCORMICK. SC 

BROOKS. MARY CATHERINE (85) MARIETTA. GA 

BROOKSHIRE, MIKE (85) TAYLORS, SC 

BROOKSHIRE, RICHARD E (84) FAYETTEVILLE, GA 

BROPHY, DIANE (85) FORT DIX, NJ 

BROWN, AUTHUR (84) MAULDIN. SC 

BROWN, BARBARA (83) PENDLETON, SC 

BROWN. BARRY (83) DILLON, SC 

BROWN, CAM (85) AIKEN, SC 

BROWN. DARLENE (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BROWN. DENNIS (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

BROWN, ERIC (85) Wll I ISTON, SC 

BROWN. EUGENE (85) I ASLEY. SC 

BROWN. GARY (85) FLORENCE. SC 




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BROWN. GERALD (85) TAYLORS. SC 

BROWN, JAMES (84) SIX MILE, SC 

BROWN. JENNIFER (83) . STARR, SC 

BROWN. KAREN (84) . ... CHARLESTON, SC 

BROWN, LAWSON (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

BROWN, LISA (83) SALUDA, SC 

BROWN, MIKE (85) VIENNA, VA 

BROWN, PEGGY LYNN (83) . UNION, SC 

BROWN, RANDY (85) VANCE, SC 

BROWN, ROBERT 

BEARDEN (84) TRAVELERS REST, SC 

BROWN, SHERRY (85) TRAVELERS REST, SC 

BROWN, VIRGINIA (85) MONCKS CORNER, SC 

BROWN, WENDELL L. (84) KINGSTREE, SC 

BROWN, WESLEY (84) GAFFNEY. SC 

BROWNE, KATHLEEN (85) ROCK TAVERN, NY 

BROWNELL, KIT (85) ISLE OF PALMS, SC 

BROWNING, DEBORAH (85) . . PURCELLVILLE, VA 
BRYAN. EDWARD MIMS (85) FAIRFAX, SC 

BRYAN. LENA (84) NEWBERRY, SC 

BRYAN, LORI (85) PAMPLICO, SC 

BRYANT, RAYMOND (85) SWANNANOA, NC 

BRYANT. ROBERT (85) LAKEVIEW, SC 

BRYANT, SUZANN (83) N MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

BRYANT. WANDA (84) PICKENS, SC 

BUCH, JAMES (83) WILMINGTON. DC 

BUCHANAN, JACK (85) LYMAN, SC 

BUFFINGTON, PAM (85) BELTON. SC 

BUGNER, KEITH (83) WOODSTOCK, NY 

BUICE. JOEL (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

BUIST. ROBERT (85) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

BULLOCK, ROBERT (84) HOCKESSING, DE 

BUNCH, WOODROW, W JR. (84) HANAHAN, SC 

BUNDSCHUH, LORI (84) ATHENS, GA 

BUNES, MICHAEL (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

BUNTON, KERRY (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

BURBAGE, MICHELLE (84) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

BURCH, DELICIA (84) MAULDIN, SC 

BURCKHALTER, KENNETH (85) . . . . NO. AUGUSTA, SC 

BURDEN, STEWART (84) LIBERTY, SC 

BURDETTE, RITA D. (84) N. AUGUSTA, SC 

BURDETTE, TINA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BURKE, MAURA (84) AIKEN, SC 

BURNETT, ANDREA (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

BURNETT, PENNY (83) CHATHAM, VA 

BURNETT, SUZIE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

BURNS, ANITA (83) LAURENS, SC 

BURNS, AUSTIN (83) CAMPOBELLO, SC 

BURNS, DARRELL (83) LANDRUM, SC 



443 



BUR-CAN 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



BURNS. SCOTT (83) SUMTER. SC 

BURT. SUZANNE (83) LIBERTY, SC 

BURT. SYDNEY (84) CLEMSON. SC 

BURTON, PHILLIP (83) INA. SC 

BUSH, MICHAEL (85) GUAYNABO. PR 

BUTLER, M. TERESA (85) NINETY SIX, SC 

BUTLER, RANDY (83) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

BUTLER, STEPHANIE (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

BUTRYM, RICHARD (84) ORCHARD PARK, NY 

BYLENGA. BRAD (84) GREENVILLE. SC 

BYNUM. AL (85) SUMTER, SC 

BYRD. GREGORY (84) AIKEN, SC 

BYRD. MEG (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

BYRUM. JOHN WILLIAM (84) . . SPARTANBURG, SC 

CADDELL, LYDIA (85) BONNEAU, SC 

CAFFREY. TERESA (83) MOORESVILLE, NC 

CAIN. CHARLTON (83) PAMPLICO, SC 

CAIN, RICK (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

CALDWELL, BARRY (85) ENDREE. SC 

CALDWELL. DAVID (84) EASTOVER, SC 

CALDWELL. LARRY (84) CINNAMINSON, NJ 

CALDWELL. TODD (85) LAKEBLUFF. ILL 

CALHOUN. RAINNIE (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

CALLENBACK, TIM (85) ANDERSON, SC 

CAMLIN. STEVE (85) FLORENCE, SC 

CAMPBELL, ANNE MANNING (83) SENECA, SC 

CAMPBELL, BRUCE (85) FLORENCE, SC 

CAMPBELL, ERIC (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

CAMPBELL. EUNICE (83) ANDERSON, SC 

CAMPBELL, GRACE (84) ABBEVILLE, SC 

CAMPBELL. KAREN (84) WALHALLA. SC 

CAMPBELL. KIM (85) ROCK HILL. SC 

CAMPBELL. KIM MELODY (84) NEWBERRY. SC 

CAMPBELL. LAURIE (84) SENECA, SC 

CAMPBELL. LESLIE ANN (85) ARDEN, NC 

CAMPBELL. LYNN (83) ABBEVILLE, SC 

CAMPBELL, MARC (84) ELIZABETHTON, TN 

CAMPBELL. MARTHA (83) CLEMSON, SC 

CAMPBELL, MARY JANE (83) ARDEN, NC 

CAMPBELL, PAM (83) . PEEKENS, SC 

CAMPBELL, RANDY (83) ANDERSON, 

CAMPBELL. SONJA (83) ELGIN, SC 

CAMPBELLE, CHERYL S. (83) FLORENCE, SC 

CANADAY, DEBRA MARIE (84) . . REEVESVILLE, SC 
CANNADY, DONNA (84) Al LENDALE. SC 
CANNON, BILLY (85) . INMAN, SC 

CANNON. NANCY (84) FLORENCE, SC 
CANNON, PHILLIP (85) CLEMSON, SC 





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CAN-CHA 




CANTILA, NORDIE (85) CAYCE. SC 

CANTRELL, LARRY (85) WALHALLA. SC 

CAPERS, DEBORAH (83) CHARLESTON. SC 

CAREY, CINDY (84) ANDERSON. SC 

CAREY. MICHAEL (83) HILTON HEAD ISL, SC 

CAREY. PEGGY (85) HILTON HEAD, ISLD., SC 

CARKENORD. DAVID (84) MT. CLEMENS. Ml 

CARLSON. W. SCOTT (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

CARMICHAEL, CHERYL (84) CLEMSON. SC 

CARNEY, DAVID (85) LINCROFT. NJ 

CARPENTER, MICHAEL (85) AKRON. OH 

CARR. J, (84) COLUMBIA. SC 

CARR, KELLY (85) ORLANDO, FL 

CARRAWAY. ANN L. (83) JOHNSONVILLE, SC 

CARROLL. TAMMIE (84) ABBEVILLE, SC 

CARSON. L BARTON, JR (83) HANAHAN, SC 

CARTEE. HENRY E (83) HARTSVILLE. SC 

CARTER. KEL (84) LAKELAND, FL 

CARTER. LEN (85) LANGLEY, SC 

CARTER. LOWELL (85) LORIS. SC 

CARTER, MARSHA ANNE (83) CARLISLE. SC 

CARTER, RICHARD (84) CHERAW, SC 

CARTER, RUSS (00) CHESTERFIELD, SC 

CARVER, BRIAN (85) ROSWELL, GA 

CARVER, DONNA L. (85) EASLEY, SC 

CARVER. ROGER (85) KINGSPORT, TN 

CASE. DAVID (83) PICKENS. SC 

CASH. FERNANDA (83) URB. AURORA LIMA 18PE 

CASHIN, TANA (85) N AUGUSTA. SC 

CASSERLY, KATIE (85) WHIPPANY, NJ 

CASSIDY. MARIA (83) LAKE CITY. SC 

CASTLES. JAMES RICHARD (83) . CHARLOTTE, NC 

CATON. JEFF (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

CAULDER, CHUCK (85) BLENHEIM. SC 

CAUTHEN, CATHY (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

CAVALLARO, CHARIS (85) COLUMBIA, MD 

CAWTHON, FRANK (85) ORLANDO, FL 

CELY, TREY (85) SENECA, SC 

CHAFIN, KIM (85) LUGOFF, SC 

CHAMBLEE, LAURA (85) CHARLOTTE. NC 

CHAN, HOI YOUNG (00) ABINGDON, MD 

CHANDLER. GREGORY (85) AIKEN. SC 

CHANDLER. TIM (83) JOHNSONVILLE. SC 

CHAPA, JAMES J. (84) HAGERSTOWN. MD 

CHAPMAN, DEE ANN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

CHAPMAN, JOY (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

CHAPPELL, MARGARET (85) WINNSBORO, SC 

CHAPUT. KRIS (00) AIKIN. SC 



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CHA-COB 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



CHARLES. DON (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

CHARLOW. KEVIN (85) FARMINGTON, CT 

CHASTAIN,. PAULA (83) CENTRAL, SC 

CHATOS, SOFIA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

CHAVIS, SUZANNE (85) BENNETTSVILLE. SC 

CHEEK, RANDY (83) AUGUSTA. GA 

CHEESMAN, LISA L. (83) LAKELAND, FL 

CHENG, PUI HA (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

CHESTER, ANN (85) INMAN. SC 

CHESTER, MARSHA COLLINS. GA 

CHILDERS. SCOTT (83) GAFFNEY, SC 

CHILSON, PHILLIP (85) DUNCAN, SC 

CHINNIS, C DAVID (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

CHIPLEY, HARRIET (84) . . LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TN 
CHIU, EDWAIN K. (85) KOWLOON, HONG KONG 

CHRISMON, ROBERT (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

CHRISTIAN, JAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

CHRISTIAN MERI (83) GOOSE CREEK, SC 

CHRISTIE, JAMES A. (83) INMAN, SC 

CHRISTOPHER. MARK THOMAS (83) ANDERSON, SC 

CHRISTOPHERSON, LISA (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

CHRYSLER, MELANIE (85) CHARLOTTE. NC 

CHURCHILL. BRUCE (83) GREENWOOD. SC 

CHURCHILL. MIKE (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

CICCHINO, CATHERINE (84) KEARNY, NJ 

CLAMP, MARCHELLE (83) BATESBURG. SC 

CLAMP. PAUL (84) NEWBERRY, SC 

CLANCY. MARK (84) BOWIE. MD 

CLANTON. DEAN (83) LYTHBURG, SC 

CLARDY, PERRY (85) PELZER, SC 

CLARK. KAREN (85) ROME. GA 

CLARK, RICHARD (85) SPRINGFIELD, VA 

CLARK, ROBERT (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

CLARKE. IAN (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

CLARKSON, LOUIS (83) . . COLUMBIA, SC 

CLARY. KATHERINE E. (84) NEW ELLENTON, SC 

CLARY. LEE ANN (85) ANDERSON, SC 

CLAYTON, CRYSTAL (85) BELTON. SC 

CLAYTON, SUSAN E. (83) . CENTRAL, SC 

CLEMENTE, MARIA (84) JUPITER, FL 

MMONS. SUZANNE (84) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

CLEMO. FRANCES (83) GREER. SC 



CI II TON, JEFF (83) SPARTANBURG. SC 

CLOER, THAD (85) PICKENS. SC 

CLOWERS, ROGER (85) , ANDERSON, SC 

CLYBURN, FRANK (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

COATES. y (83) WESTFIELD, NJ 

COBB, GARY (85) ANDERSON, SC 




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COBBS. PAM (85) CHESTER. VA 

COBLE. MIRIAM (85) . PICKENS. SC 

COCHRAN, EDWARD H ., JR. (85) CHARLESTON. SC 
COCKFIELD. LAURA (85) . FLORENCE, SC 

COGBURN, JAMES E. (83) . GREENWOOD. SC 

COGBURN. JOHN (85) . GREENWOOD. SC 

COGGINS. CINDY (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

COGGINS. EDWARD (84) . , , GREENVILLE, SC 

COGGINS, JAY (85) MAULDIN, SC 

COGGINS, ROBIN (85) . ROEBUCK, SC 

COHEN, SANDRA (85) . . . . ATLANTA, GA 

COKER, JENNIFER (83) KINGSTREE, SC 

COKER. JAMES WALLACE, JR (83) TAYLORS, SC 

COKER, RONNIE (85) . . WILLIAMSTON, SC 

COLBURN, ROBIN (84) LADSON, SC 

COLE, CAROLE (83) LAUREL, MD 

COLE. NANSI-LEE (84) ISLE OF PALMS. SC 

COLE, STEPHEN (83) . BEECH ISLAND, SC 

COLE, SUSAN (83) AIKEN. SC 

COLEMAN. CARROLL (85) , GREENWOOD, SC 

COLEMAN, DOUGLAS J. (83) . ISREAL. CT 

COLLIE. BILL (85) DANVILLE, VA 

COLLINS. CARLETON R (83) NASHVILLE, SC 

COLLINS, DANIEL J, (84) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

COLLINS, DAVE (83) , . BURLINGTON, NJ 

COLLINS, MARSHALL (84) CENTRAL, SC 

COLUMAN, MURRIEL (84) . PAMPLICO, SC 

COMPTON, ANNA (85) COWPENS, SC 

COMPTON, SUSIE (84) GLENCOE, IL 

COMPTON. THOMAS C. (84) SURFSIDE, SC 

CONDON. JAMES (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

CONN. WILLIAM (85) STONE MOUNTAIN, GA 

CONNELL. KIM (84) DUNWOODY, GA 

CONNELL. PAUL (83) . . KERSHAW, SC 

CONNELLY, CHAD (85) PROSPERITY. SC 

CONNELLY, MARC (84) HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

CONSTANTINE, CHRIS (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

CONT, CORNELIA (85) SPARTANBURG. SC 

COOK, DONALD (85) CAMDEN, SC 

COOK, JEANNE (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

COOK. JOHN (85) WILLIAMSTON. SC 

COOKE, JULIE (85) LANDRUM, SC 

COON. CHERYL (84) . . . AIKEN, SC 

COOPER, DAN (83) PIEDMONT, SC 

COOPER, GREGORY MITCHELL (83) BIRMINGHAM, AL 

COOPER, JOHN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

COOPER, JAMES GARY, JR (85) SENECA, SC 

COOPER. MARK (85) GREENVILLE, SC 



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COOPER. STEVE (84) PIEDMONT, SC 

COOPER, SUSAN (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

COOPER, TODD (85) MATTHEWS. NC 

COOPER. YVONNE (84) BECKLEY, WV 

COPE. FRANKE (85) COPE, SC 

COPE. JAMES A (84) HAMPTON, SC 

COPELAND. LYNN (85) PENDLETON, SC 

COPENHAVER. STEPHEN (84) GREER, SC 

CORBIN. ALAN (84) GREENVILLE. SC 

CORBIN. CLAUDIA (85) BRUNSON, SC 

CORDELL, STEPHANIE (85) GAFFNEY, SC 

CORKERN, COBY (85) HILTON HEAD IS.. SC 

CORKERN. SCOTT D. (83) HILTON HEAD ISL, SC 

CORKRIN, TAMI (85) BELVEDERE, SC 

CORLEY. DAVID (83) NORTH. SC 

CORLEY. DOUGLAS (85) LEXINGTON. SC 

CORLEY, ERNEST J. (85) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

CORLEY. MARK (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

CORLEY, ROBERT J , JR. (84) . . SPARTANBURG, SC 

CORN. MIKE (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

COSSON, MICHAEL (85) OAKRIDGE, TN 

COSTA, KATHLEEN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

COSTAS, JO ANN (85) FLORENCE, SC 

COSTMER, ROY (85) FOREST CITY, NC 




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COS-CRO 




COSTNER, TERESA (83) YORK, SC 

COUNTS. CATHY (85) KINARDS, SC 

COUNTS, KARL (84) BATESBURG, SC 

COUNTS. STEVEN (85) PROSPERITY, SC 

COUNTS, WALTER (85) BATESBURG, SC 

COURTENAY. ERSKINE (85) DEBAY BEACH, FL 

COURTS, ANDREW (85) GREENSBORO, NC 

COURY, DANNY (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

COUSINS, BETH (84) NEWBERRY, SC 

COVINGTON, JOHN (84) SALTERS, SC 

COX. ANTHONY J. (83) GREER, SC 

COX, DAVID (85) EASLEY, SC 

COX, DEBRA (84) SENECA, SC 

COX, JOHNNY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

COX, WILL, JR. (83) HAMPTON, SC 

COX, MACIE (84) CONWAY. SC 

COX. RUSTY (84) JAMESTOWN, SC 

COXE. CHRISTI (83) FLORENCE. SC 

COXE, KATHERINE (85) CLEMSON. SC 

CRABTREE, KEITH (85) BRISTOL. VA 

CRAIG. GREGORY (83) OTTO, NC 

CRAIG, MICHAEL (85) OTTO. NC 

CRAIG. PHILLIP (83) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

CRANE. CARMON (85) SPARTANBURG. SC 

CRANE. TIM (84) SENECA. SC 

CRAPPS. SANDY (85) CONWAY. SC 

CRAVEN. DERYL (85) CLINTON, SC 

CRAWFORD, BARBARA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

CRAWFORD. ELIZABETH (84) , . CHARLESTON, SC 
CRAWFORD, JILL (84) AIKEN, SC 

CRAWFORD, JOHN P , JR. (85) , ST. STEPHEN, SC 

CRAWFORD, JULIA (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

CRAWFORD, MARSHA (85) NASHVILLE. TN 

CRAWFORD, MICHAEL C. (84) .... COLUMBIA, SC 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT (83) W COLUMBIA, SC 

CRAWFORD. ROGER B (83) FLORENCE. SC 

CRAWFORD. SUSAN E. (83) BAMBERG, SC 

CRAWLEY, MARY JEAN (83) RUBY. SC 

CRECIUN, MARJORIE (85) INA. SC 

CREECH, CAROL (85) BLACKVILLE, SC 

CREECH. DWAYNE (85) ENOREE, SC 

CRIBB, BRYAN (83) HEMINGWAY, SC 

CRIBB. GREGG (85) FLORENCE. SC 

CRIBB. JULIE (84) ST MATTHEWS, SC 

CROCKER. CAROL (83) EASLEY. SC 

CROCKER JENNIFER (85) ALEXANDRA. VA 

CROCKETT JENNIFER (83) MT PLEASANT. SC 

CROFT. JAY (85) . BLACKVILLE. SC 



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CROMER, STEPHEN (85) PAMPLICO, SC 

CRONIN. MATT (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

CROOK, JULIE (84) ATLANTA. GA 

CROSS, SUSAN (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

CROSSLAND, ROB (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

CROUT, BRIAN (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

CROWLEY, JANE (85) NEPTUNE. NJ 

CUDDY, KATHERINE (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

CULBRETH. MICHAEL G. (84) FAIR FOREST, SC 

CULLUM. THOMAS (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

CULVER. LISA (85) SALISBURY. MD 

CUNNINGHAM, ROBBY (85) ATLANTA. GA 

CURETON. DENISE (85) SENECA, SC 

CURETON. FRANK (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

CURETON. WILLIAM E., JR. (85) . WEST UNION. SC 

CURETON. S. CHARLES (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

CURRENCE, ROBIN (83) YORK, SC 

CURRIE, FELICIA (85) LORIS, SC 

CURRY. DAVE (85) SEMINOLE, FL 

CURTIS. EDNA (00) SENECA. SC 

CUTTINO. JAMES F. (85) SUMTER, SC 

DABNEY, CAMMIE (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

DACUS, BRYAN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

DACUS, SUSAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

DAHLGREN, KRISTIN E. (85) HANNAHAN. SC 

DALE, JEFF (84) ASHEVILLE, NC 

DALLAS, RUSSELL (83) CAMDEN, SC 

DALY, DENISE (83) MARIETTA. GA 

DANCE. THOMAS (85) AIKEN, SC 

DANGERFIELD, STEVEN (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

DANIEL. JAMES (84) HEMMINGWAY. SC 

DANIEL, KYLE WEBB (85) HEMMINGWAY, SC 

DANIEL. WILLIAM E. (85) GREENWOOD SC 

DANIELS, ELIZABETH (83) MANNING, SC 

DANIELS, JAN (85) CLINTON, SC 

DANIELS, MARK (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

DANIELS MICHAEL (83) . WARRENVILLE, SC 

DARBY, STEVEN (84) ANDERSON, SC 

DARGAN, JOHN (85) WASHINGTON, DC 

DARLING. W BRIAN (85) . JOHNSON CITY, TN 

DARRESS. JIM (84) NORTH MYRTLE BCH., SC 

DAUGHERTY. LISA (85) SIX MILE, SC 

DAUGHERTY, SCOTT (85) RAI EIGH, NC 

DAUGHTRY, CURTISS (83) FLORENCE, SC 

DAUSTER, PETE (85) GREENSBORO. NC 

DUVANT. CAROLINE (83) . COLUMBIA. SC 

DAVENPORT, J GREGORY (84) EASLEY, SC 

DAVf NPORT. JANET (85) JOANNA, SC 





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DAV-DES 




DAVENPORT. RANDY (85) SILNA, NC 

DAVENPORT. STEPHEN (84) HICKORY, NC 

DAVID, JAY W. (83) DILLON, SC 

DAVIDSON, AMY (84) ENOREE, SC 

DAVIS. BONNIE (83) JOHNSTON, SC 

DAVIS, CINDY (85) ANDERSON. SC 

DAVIS. DIANNE (85) COWPENS, SC 

DAVIS, DOUGLAS M. (85) BISHOPVILLE. SC 

DAVIS, DUKE (85) MT. LAUREL, NJ 

DAVIS, FRANCINE (85) ATLANTA, GA 

DAVIS, JACQUELINE (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

DAVIS, TOMMY WILLIAM. JR. (84) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

DAVIS, KIM (83) KINGSPORT, TN 

DAVIS, LAURIE (84) DECATUR, GA 

DAVIS, LOU-ANN (85) WESTMINSTER, SC 

DAVIS, MARY (85) INMAN, SC 

DAVIS, MIKE (84) LEXINGTON, SC 

DAVIS, PAMELA (84) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

DAVIS. ROB (85) APO NY 

DAVIS. ROSSIE (84) LAURENS, SC 

DAVIS. SANDRA (84) SANDRUM, SC 

DAVIS. TAMELA (84) EUSTIS, FL 

DAVIS. TERESA (84) SENECA, SC 

DAVIS, TERRY T. (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

DAWSON. SUE (85) WORTHINGTON, OH 

DAY. JOHN III CHARLESTON.SC 

DE GUSMAO. MARIA OTILIA GREENVILLE, SC 

DE STEFANO. JAMES (83) BOWIE, MD 

DE WITT, THOMAS II (83) ORANGEBURG, SC 

DEAN, SUSAN (84) BLUEFIELD. WV 

DEAVER, ROBERT (85) MCCALE, SC 

DECARO, MELISSA (85) FORT MILL, SC 

DEFOOR. JOSEPH (85) MARIETTA, GA 

DELANEY, DEBBIE (84) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

DELOACH, ARCHIE (83) HAMPTON, SC 

DELONG, BEVERLY (85) STONE MOUNTAIN. GA 

DELORGE, DAMON M (83) NORWICH, CT 

DEMOS. ANDREA (85) CHARLESTON.SC 

DEMPSEY. BECKY (83) OAK BROOK, IL 

DEMPSEY, KAREN (85) LYMAN, SC 

DENG, LAURA BRANDRETH (85) VESTAVIA HILLS, AL 
DENNIS. DAVID (84) LANCASTER, SC 

DENNIS. DENISE (84) MONCKS CORNER. SC 

DENNIS. DONNA (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

DENTON. RON (84) CHAZY. NY 

DERICKS. PATRICIA (83) ANDOVER, NJ 

DERRICK. BRYAN (84) NEWBERRY, SC 
DESDUNES, JEAN (84) MIAMI, FL 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



DETTER, DEBBIE (84) ORMOND BEACH. FL 

DEVINE, DEBBIE (84) SUMTER. SC 

DEVORE, WILHAM G. (84) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

DEWBERRY, MALINDA (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

DIBRELL, YVETTE (85) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

DICKEY. CLINTON (85) AIKEN. SC 

DICKINSON, HOWARD (85) BARNWELL, SC 

DICKINSON, JOHN (83) FLORENCE, SC 

DIETZLER, ANNETTE (84) MILFORD, NJ 

DILL, BETH (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

DILL, ROBERT (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

DILLARD, LORI (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

DILLARD, TERRI A. (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

DILMORE, RHONDA (84) EASLEY, SC 

DISTEFANO, T. (83) BOWIE, MD 

DIXON, ANNE (85) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

DIXON, DAVID (84) SUMTER, SC 

DIXON, RAFE (83) SUMTER, SC 

DIXON, SANDY (83) RUTBURG, VA 

DIXON. STEPHEN (85) GRAY COURT, SC 

DOAR, KYLE (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

DOBBS. SANDRA (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

DOBSON, PATTI (83) GREER. SC 

DODDS, BILL (83) LAKE FOREST, IL 

DOMINICK, ERIC (85) SALISBURY. NC 

DOMINICK, SANDY (84) ORANGEBURG, SC 

DONALD, ELIZABETH (85) EASLEY, SC 

DONNELLY. SUSAN (85) ... OAKRIDGE, TN 

DOOLEY. KIM (85) GREER, SC 

DORITY, PETER (85) GREENVILLE , SC 

DORN, JIM (83) ADGEVIL, SC 

DORN, WATSON (84) EDGEFIELD, SC 

DORNER, DOUGLAS (83) CORAL GABLES, FL 

DORR, GWEN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

DORRIER. LEE (83) WINNSBORO, SC 

DORROH. ROBERT, JR. (84) SILVERSTREET, SC 



DOSHER, FRANKY (83) PELZER, SC 

DOST, LINDA (84) SENECA, SC 

DOTSON, RIC (83) . STATESBORO, SC 

DOUGLAS. SUSAN (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

DOWD, RUSSELL (83) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

DOWHY, MICHAEL (85) ATI ANTA, GA 

DOWIS, DONNIE (83) NINTY SIX, SC 

DOWIS, SHERRY (85) NINETY SIX, SC 

DOWLER. LARRY (85) . COLUMBIA, SC 

DOWN, DOUG (83) MAULDEN. SC 

DOWNEY, BARBARA (85) . CHARLESTON. SC 

DOYLE, PATRICIA A (84) I AGRANGEVII I E, NY 




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DRAFTS, CHARLES (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

DRAKE, TIMOTHY (85) INMAN, SC 

DRAY, CINDY (83) NEW CASTLE, PA 

DREIBRODT. ROCKY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

DREITZLER, WILLIAM (84) BLUFFTON, IN 

DREW, C. RAY (85) MULLINS, SC 

DRIGGERS, BRIAN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

DRIVER, FARA (84) RICHALDN, SC 

DRUMMOND. RHONDA LYNN (83) . GREENVILLE, SC 

DU RANT, DAVID (84) BARNWELL, SC 

DUARTE, CYNTHIA M. (84) GHENT, NY 

DUBIS, KEVIN MARK (00) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

DUBOIS, BRUCE A. (83) GOOSE CREEK, SC 

DUBOSE, GARY (83) SENECA, SC 

DUBOSE. PAUL (83) SUMTER, SC 

DUCKWORTH, DANNY (83) WAYNESVILLE, NC 

DUDLEY. SHERI (84) DARLINGTON, SC 

DUFFORD, CHRISTINE (85) CAYCE. SC 

DUFFORD. KELLY (85) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

DUFFY, JIMMY (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

DUKE, JOHN (84) LANCASTER, SC 

DUKES, DOUG (85) HARDEVILLE, SC 

DUKES, DWIGHT (85) CLEMSON, SC 

DUKES, SANDRA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

DULANEY. DAVID (85) WALTERBORO, SC 

DULIN, FREDDIE (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

DULLEA, MARK (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

DUMBRECK. ANTHONY (85) KIRKCALDYFIFE, SCOTLD 

DUNAKIN. DAVID (84) GRAND RAPIDS, Ml 

DUNBAR, LAUREL (84) SYLVANIA, OH 

DUNBAR, MISSY (85) SYLVANIA, OH 

DUNCAN, DENISE (83) MT. REST, SC 

DUNCAN. JIMMY (83) JOHNS ISLAND, SC 

DUNCAN, RICK (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

DUNDORF, THOMAS (83) CLEMSON, SC 

DUNING, NANCY ELIZABETH (84) . CINCINNATI, OH 

DUNN, JOHN (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

DUNN. KEVIN (83) MAULDEN, SC 

DUNN. SCOTT (83) GREER, SC 

DUNNING, BARBARA (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

DUNOVANT, PAM (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

DURANT, THOMAS R. (84) ALCOLU, SC 

DURHAM, DANIEL C. (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

DURHAM, J. MATTHEW (84) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

DURHAM, SUSAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

DUVALL, GARLAND (85) QUINBY, SC 

DUVALL, ROBERT (84) IRMO, SC 

DWOZAN, TAMMY (83) ANDERSON, SC 



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DYCHES, GREG (85) WALTERBORO, SC 

DYCK. NANCY (84) CLEMSON, SC 

DYE, JANICE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

DYER. CONNIE (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

DYKES, ELIZABETH A. (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

DYKES, RANDALL (85) KINGSPORT, TN 

EADES, TERRY (84) INMAN, SC 

EARLS, JOHN (84) BLACKSBURG, SC 

EASLEY, BOH (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

EASTERLING, JOHN (85) ORLANDO, FL 

EASTERLING, SYLVIA (83) ORLANDO, FL 

EATON, ANDREA (85) FLORENCE, SC 

ECKRICH, M. TODD (84) S. HAVEN, Ml 

EDENS, DEBBIE (83) OSWEGO, SC 

EDGAR, FRANK (84) SENECA, SC 

EDGE, NANCY (84) LANTANA, FL 

EDGE. STEPHANIE J. (83) . . N. MYRTLE BEACH, SC 
EDGERTER, FRANK (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

EDMONDSON, TINA (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

EDMUNDS, JOHNNA HOPE (83) CLOVER, SC 

EDWARDS, JILL (85) KINGSPORT, TN 

EDWARDS, KIM (85) SENECA, SC 

EDWARDS, LAURA (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

EDWARDS, MARK A. (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

EDWARDS, MARY HARRIS (85) ANDERSON. SC 

EDWARDS, PAUL (85) SALEM, SC 

EDWARDS, WILLIAM B (83) KINGSPORT, TN 

EGAN, STEVE (84) ANDERSON, SC 

ELDER, EDMUND (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

ELDER. LOU ANN (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

ELEAZER, SHARON (85) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

ELKINS, TED (85) ORANGEBURGH, SC 

ELLER, CYNTHIA ANNE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ELLER, RANDY (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ELLINGTON, SUSAN (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

ELLIOTT. EDWARD (83) FLORENCE, SC 

ELLIOTT. GREGG (85) SENECA, SC 

ELLIOTT. JAMES R. (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

ELLIOTT, MARK THOMAS (85) LANCASTER, SC 

ELLIS, BRUCE (85) GREER, SC 

ELLIS, DAVID (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

ELLIS, GREGG (83) HARTSVILLE, SC 

ELLIS, JEANIE (85) TAYLORS, SC 

ELLIS, LILLIE MAE (83) SENECA. SC 

ELLISON. D. BARRY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

ELLISON, DERRICK (83) COLA, SC 

ELLISON, MATT (83) EASLEY, SC 

ELZOGHBI. GEORGE (83) TRIPOLI. LEBANON 





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EMERY. CALLIE (85) ATLANTA, GA 

EMORY, KEN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

EMRICK, JEFF (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

ENDICOTT, JOHN (83) MAITLAND, FL 

ENSIGN, ELLEN P. (83) CAMDEN, SC 

ENTENZA, ROBERT (85) BOCA RATON, FL 

EPTING, W. LEWIS (83) BELTON, SC 

ERB, KEVIN (85) LITITZ, PA 

ERSKINE, KEVIN B. (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

ERVIN, JOE S. (83) DARLINGTON, SC 

ERVIN, ROBBIE (83) FLORENCE, SC 

ESKRIDGE, TRIPP (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ESKRIDGE, WILLIAM (84) ANDERSON, SC 

ETHEREDGE, ALVIN (85) SALUDA, SC 

EUENEMAN, DEBRA (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

EVANS. ALLEN C. (85) NO. CHARLESTON, SC 

EVANS. JIMMY (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

EVANS. JUDY (84) ABBEVILLE, SC 

EVANS, KIM (84) TURNERSVILLE, NJ 

EVANS, MARY KATHERINE (84) CAMERON, SC 

EVANS, PHIL (85) ANDERSON, SC 

EVERETT, KIM (85) SUMTER, SC 

EVINS, SUE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

FADELEY, RANDY (85) PERRYVILLE, MD 

FAILE, NANCY (83) EASLEY. SC 

FAIN. TISH (83) CLEMSON, SC 

FAIRCHILD, JIM (85) BELLEVILLE, IL 

FAIREY, ISABELLA (85) ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

FAIREY, TERRY (84) ELIZABETHTOWN, KY 

FAITHFUL, TOM (83) LEXINGTON, SC 

FALLAW, MATT (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

FANCIS, JULI (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

FANNING, JUDITH (85) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

FANT. CAROLE (85) ANDERSON, SC 

FARISH, FRANK (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

FARMER, CHARLES STUART (83) CHARLOTTE, SC 

FARR, CHRISTOPHER (85) ARDEN, NC 

FARRELL, TIM (85) SAVANNAH, GA 

FARRIS. SUZANNE (84) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

FARTHING, BETH (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

FAULKNER, TAMI (85) MAITLAND, FL 

FAULKNER, WILLIAM (84) EATONTOWN, NJ 

FELDACKER, BARBARA (84) HONEA PATH, SC 

FELDER, BETSY (83) SUMMERTON, SC 

FELDER, RICHARD P. Ill (83) SUMMERTON, SC 

FELKEL, DALE (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

FELKEL, THOMAS (84) ORANGEBURG, SC 

FELLERS, JIMMY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



FERGUSON. ESTER (85) MONTGOMERY. AL 

FERGUSON. LAURA FORT (85) CLEMSON. SC 

FERGUSON. MICHAEL (85) TAYLORS. SC 

FERGUSON. THOMAS D. (84) . . . MT. PLEASANT, SC 

FERNANDEZ. ALMARO (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

FERRELL, LAURA (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

FERRELL, TODD (85) YORK, SC 

FETNER. DOUGLAS W. (85) TAYLORS, SC 

FIELDS. GINNA (85) PHILLIPS BURG, NJ 

FILLINGHAM, SUSAN (85) PELZER, SC 

FINLEY, JEFF (83) LIBERTY, SC 

FINLEY, KATHLEEN (83) BARNWELL, SC 

FIRTH, NANCY (83) CHARLOTTE, NC 

FISCHER, GUSTUS (85) NORFOLK, VA 

FISHER, CONNIE (83) HIXSON, TN 

FISHER, JEFFREY (85) NITRO, WV 

FISHER, PAULA (84) GRANITE QUARRY. NC 

FISHER, WALTER (83) LIBERTY, SC 

FITZGERALD, RICKY (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

FITZHUGH, BEVERLY (84) GRIFFIN, GA 

FITZPATRICK, GREGORY (85) POUGHKEEPSIE. NY 

FLANDERS, ANGELA (84) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

FLANDERS, DAVID (83) KITE, GA 

FLECK. R. DAVID (83) EASLEY, SC 

FLECK, WILLIAM R. (85) AIKEN, SC 

FLEENOR, SCOTT (84) ROSWELL, GA 

FLEMING, BOBBY (83) MANNING, SC 

FLEMING, CYNTHIA (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

FLEMING, TODD (85) GEROGETOWN, SC 

FLOWERS. ANDREW (85) GEORGETOWN, SC 

FLOYD, BETSY (84) KINGSTREE, SC 

FLOYD, DUANE (85) FOREST CITY. NC 

FLOYD, JEAN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

FLOYD, STEPHENIE F (83) ANDERSON, SC 

FODOR, PAMELA (85) WALHALLA, SC 

FOGLE, SUSAN (84) CORDOVA, SC 

FOIL, JULIE (83) BELTON, SC 

FOLEA. RUTH (85) NEW CARROLLTON, MD 

FOORE, JOHN (85) CHARLESTON HGTS.. SC 

FORD, ANGIE (85) CONWAY, SC 

FORD, DANIEL STEPHEN (85) LAURENS. SC 

FORD, GREG (84) . WEST UNION, SC 

FORD, KENNETH (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

FORD, MARK (85) SENECA, SC 

FORD, MIKE (83) MIAMI, FL 

FORD, SHANNON (85) . FORT MILL, SC 

FORRESTER, ROBIN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

FOSTER, ALFRED (00) CHARLESTON. SC. 




456 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



FOS-FUN 




FOSTER. CHASE (83) EASLEY, SC 

FOSTER. EDWARD (84) . .. . . ..TAYLORS. SC 

FOSTER, HUNTER (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

FOSTER, JENNY ANN (84) BAMBERG, SC 

FOSTER, JON (85) EASLEY, SC 

FOSTER, LYNN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

FOSTER, MARSHALL (84) SENECA, SC 

FOSTER, V HUNTER (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

FOSTER, WILLIAM L. (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

FOWLER, BRUCE (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

FOWLER, CHARLES (84) GAFFNEY. SC 

FOWLER, CURTIS (85) GREER. SC 

FOWLER, DEBBIE (85) CLEMSON, SC 

FOWLER, EDITH ANN (85) GAFFNEY. SC 

FOWLER, JOHN (85) WENNSBORO, SC 

FOWLER, JULIE (83) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

FOWLER, KEITH (83) TRAVEL REST, SC 

FOWLER, LAURIE (84) NORTH AUGUSTA. SC 

FOWLER. LUCIUS (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

FOWLER, PAUL K. (83) MORRISTOWN, TN 

FOWLER, SARAH (85) LAKE CITY, SC 

FOX, LYNN (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

FOXWORTH. TERRI (84) SUMTER, SC 

FOY. JENNIFER (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

FRANCIS, JULI (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

FRANKLIN. RONALD L, JR. (83) MAULDIN. SC 

FRANKLIN. MATT (84) . . SPARTANBURG. SC 

FRANKLIN. SARAH (83) CLEMESON, SC 

FRANKS. JOSEPH (83) GREENSBORO. NC 

FRANKS. MARK (84) CLEMSON, SC 

FRAZIER, SCOTT (84) EASLEY, SC 

FREEDMAN. BRUCE S. (84) FT. MYERS, FL 

FREEMAN. BETH (83) EASLEY, SC 

FREEMAN. JANE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

FREEMAN. SCOTT (85) GEORGETOWN, SC 

FREEZE, YVONNE (85) CLOVER, SC 

FRIAR. SUSAN (85) CAMDEN, SC 

FRICK, JANET (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

FRICK, RUSSELL (84) LITTLE MTN., SC 

FRIEDMAN. JANE (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

FRIERSON. SCOTT (85) MORRISTOWN. TN 

FRITZ, KEVIN (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

FROMKNECHT. LAURA JEAN (85) . . . ANDERSON. SC 

FROMM. STEVE (85) DALTON, GA 

FROMMER, MARK (84) WAYNE, NJ 

FRUIT, SUSAN (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

FRYE. MARK REID (85) PELZER, SC 

FUNDERBURK. JEANNINE (83) CHARLESTON, SC 



457 



FUN-GEE 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



FUNDERBURK, MARY ANN (85) NEESE. SC 

FUNDERBURK. TRACY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

DUNK, CHARLIE (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

FUQUA, KEVIN (85) AIKEN. SC 

FURR, BETSEY (83) FLORENCE. SC 

FURSE, BETSY (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

FURTRICK, STEPHEN (84) LEESVILLE. SC 

GADECKI. STEVE (84) CAMDEN. SC 

GADECKI. VICKI (83) CAMDEN, SC 

GAFFNEY. RICHARD (83) TOMS RIVER, NJ 

GAHAGAN, JEANNE (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

GAHAGAN, JOY (83) NEWBERRY, SC 

GAILLARD, KIP (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

GAINEY, BELINDA (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

GALLANT. TRACY (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

GALLMAN. MARY JANE (83) . . . SPARTANBURG, SC 

GALLMAN, MEREDITH (84) MT. HOLLY, NC 

GALLOWAY. EDDIE (83) HARTSVILLE, SC 

GAMBRELL. ALLEAN PENDLETON, SC 

GAMBRELL, BRIAN A. (85) ANDERSON. SC 

GANTT. BRADLEY W. (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

GANTT, TAMMY (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

GARBER. DON (84) TRUMBULL, CT 

GARCIA, LUIS EDUARDO (84) OLD SAM 

JUAN SONJUPR 

GARNDER, JONI (84) COLUMBUS, LA 

GARNDER. STEVE (83) INMAN. SC 

GARNER, MARK (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

GARNER. RALPH LOUIS (85) UNION, SC 

GARNER, TONI (85) TAYLORS, SC 

GARREN. CHARLES (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

GARREN, JACOUI (84) BREVARD, NC 

GARRETT, GINNY (84) OPELIKA, AL 

GARRETT. DONALD, JR. (85) SIX MILE, SC 

GARRETT, TRACY (84) TRAVELERS REST, SC 

GARRICK. TAMMY (85) COPE. SC 

GARRISON, ANGIE (83) SANDY SPRINGS, SC 

GARRISON. BRIAN (85) EASLEY, SC 

GARRISON, JULIE (85) PEIDMONT, SC 

GARRISON, LEE (84) ANDERSON, SC 

GARUIN, SCOTT L. (84) AIKEN, SC 

GARVIN, CLAIRE (84) . ANDERSON, SC 

GASSMAN, EDWARD (85) WARNER ROB, GA 

GATES, PAM (83) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

GATES, RICHARD (85) LEXINGTON. SC 

GATHERS, CARLISE (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

GATHINGS, GISELE (84) ROCKHILL, SC 

GEDDINGS, GRANT (85) CAMDEN. SC 

GEER, JEFF (84) HANAHAN, SC 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 



GEM-GIV 





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At 




GEMAS, KEVIN (85) PLYMOTH, Wl 

GENTRY, C. HUNTER (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

GENTRY, NANCY (84) ANDERSON, SC 

GEORGE. JULIE (84) MT. PLEASANT. SC 

GERALD. LINDA (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

GERSTEMEIER. WILLIAM (84) . . . MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

GERVAIS, KENNETH L (84) JOHNS ISLAND, SC 

GHIGHI, DAVID (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

GIAMPOCARO. MERILISA (84) BLUEFIELD, WV 

GIBERSON. LINDA (85) GAINESVILLE, GA 

GIBSON. ANNETTE (84) WESTMINSTER, SC 

GIBSON. BILLY (83) SENECA, SC 

GIBSON, DEBBIE (83) NEWBERRY. SC 

GIBSON, ELIZABETH (85) CLEMSON, SC 

GIBSON. JEFF (85) GREENVILLE. SC 

GIBSON. MARGARET (84) FT. WALTON BEACH, FL 

GIBSON, MATTHEW J. (84) ROCK HILL. SC 

GIBSON. MONICA (84) ANDERSON, SC 

GIBSON. PAM (83) WALHALLA, SC 

GIBSON, PATRICIA (84) CLEMSON, SC 

GIBSON, PRESTON (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

GIBSON. SARAH GAY (84) HANAHAN, SC 

GILCHRIST, KATHY (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

GILL. GARY ANN (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

GILLESPIE. ANNA (84) ANDERSON, SC 

GILLESPIE, GREG (84) PULASKI, TN 

GILLESPIE. KIM (83) GRIFFIN, GA 

GILLESPIE. RUSSEL (83) LIBERTY, SC 

GILMER. ELAINE (83) AIKEN, SC 

GILMER, KEITH (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

GILMER, PAM (83) SENECA, SC 

GILMER, PEGGY (83) HONEA PATH, SC 

GILSTRAP. GWEN (83) PIEDMONT, SC 

GILSTRAP, PATTI (84) GAYLORS, SC 

GING, CATHY (83) CLEMSON, SC 

GIORDANO, JULIE (84) WHEATON. IL 

GIVENS, DAVID H. (84) SUMTER. SC 

GLAESNER. MIKE (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

GLANTON. CRAIG (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

GLASCOE, DAVID (83) GREER. SC 

GLASS. SCOTT A. (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

GLASS. SHARON (85) HICKORY, NC 

GLEATON, LUCY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

GLENN, NANCY (83) CHATHAM, NJ 

GLENN, SUSAN (84) FLETCHER, NC 

GLINBIZZI, JOSEPH (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

GLOVER, DOUG (83) LAKE WYLLE, SC 

GLUSE, ERIC (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 



459 



GLY-GRE 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



GLYMPH, DAVID (85) GREENVILLE 

GODBEE. BOBBY (85) MT. REST 

GODFREY. WENDELL (85) ORANGEBURG 

GOELLER. MARK (85) COLUMBIA. 

GOFF. BRENDA (85) BATESBURG 

GOFF. GLENN (85) BATESBURG 



goforth. david (83) clover. sc 

goldman. lesa (84) starr. sc 

gomez. angela (85) . savannah. ga 

gonda, james (85) columbia, sc 

good. anna l. (84) taylors, sc 

gooding. ronald k . jr. (84) greenville. sc 

goodson, lynn (00) lyman. sc 

goodson, stuart (85) savannah. ga 

goodwin. glenn (84) chaplin, sc 

goodwin. jennifer a. (85) . . . .williamsburg. va 

goodwin. john c. (33) camden. sc 

gorby. jill e. (83) n. benton. oh 

gordon. mandy (85) rome. ga 

gore, karen (83) myrtle beach, sc 

Gorman, glenn (84) Wilmington, de 

gorton. cynthia (83) ithaca. ny 

goudelock, bill (84) winnsboro, sc 

gow. kirsten (85) harrisburg. nc 

grady. michael (84) augusta. ga 

graham. chip (85) amauldin, sc 

graham, gina (83) anderson, sc 

graham, renee (85; myrtle beach, sc 

graham, sybil (83) easley, sc 

grainger, gavin (85) conway, sc 

granger, sandy (84) pickens, sc 

grant. charles (85) spartanburg, sc 

grant, james (85) fort mills, sc 

grant, jim (85) saluda. sc 

grant. margaret m. (84) columbia. sc 

grant, mark (85) marion. nc 

grantham, julie (84) ashborn, nc 

graves. kyle (84) kershaw. sc 

gray. al (83; clemson, sc 

gray, allen (84) snellville, ga 

gray, david (85) , germantown, tn 

gray, demetra (84) , hfmmingway, sc 

gray, elmer (85) i anoka harbor, nj 

GRAY, SUSAN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

GREALISH. EDWARD (85) GRANITFVILLE. SC 

GREEN. JAMES (84) JOHNSON CITY. TN 

GREEN, JEFF (83) PICKENS, SC 

GREEN, TONI (85) HONEA PATH, SC 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 



GRE-HAL 




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GREEN. VALERIE (85) SHULERVILLE. SC 

GREENE, C. LYNNE (83) N. AUGUSTA, SC 

GREENE, DEBBIE (84) . GREENVILLE. SC 

GREENE, JEFF (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

GREENE. WILLIAM (85) TRAVELERS REST, SC 

GREENWAY, RAYMOND (83) FAYETTESVILLE, NC 

GREER, FRANK (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

GREER, JEFF (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

GREER, JESS (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

GREER. KATRENA (85) . . EASLEY, SC 

GREER, STEPHEN (83) . . . .ABERDEEN. SC 
GREER. WADE (84) EASLEY. SC 

GREGG, LEE (83) CENTRAL. SC 

GREGORY. BETSY (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

GREGORY. DAVID (83) CHARLESTON. SC 

GRESHAM. WAKENDA (83) HARTWELL, GA 

GRIFFITH. BARRY (85) LIBERTY. SC 

GRIMM. CHRIS (85) . TAYLORS. SC 

GRINDSTAFF. SCOTT (85) COLLINSVILLE. VA 

GRISWOLD, ANGELA E. (00) CAMDEN. SC 

GROBE. CAROL (85) ASHEVILLE, NC 

GROGAN, JIM (83) RED BANK, NJ 

GROGAN. KENNETH DEAN (85) TRAVELERS REST, SC 
GROPP. ELIZABETH (85) MARIETTA. GA 

GROVE, KEVIN (85) NORTH CHARLESTON. SC 

GUERRY. JAY (84) MONCKS CORNER. SC 

GUESS. ALAN (85) DENMARK, SC 

GUEST. CHRISTI (84) SUMTER, SC 

GUEST, MAX (84) ASHVILLE, NC 

GUION. KAREN (83) , ... GREER, SC 

GULLEDGE, CAREN (85) SUMTER, SC 

GUNNELS. MONA (85) WALTERBORO, SC 

GUSKY, FRANK (85) QUNBY. SC 

GUSS. BOB (85) HILTON HEAD ISL., SC 

GUTHRIE. LINDA (85) CAMP LEJEUNE, NC 

GUTIERREZ. MARCIA (83). . MEXICO 10 DF MEXICO 

GUY, BRINDLEY (84) ATLANTA, GA 

GWINN, STEVE (84) . SPARTANBURG, SC 

HACKETT, ROBERTA A. (85) VILLA NOVA. PA 

HAGGETT, JAMES P. (85) POUGHKEEPSIE. NY 

HAGOOD, ROBERT (83) BARNWELL, SC 

HAHN, TIM (85) . KNOXVILLE. TN 

HAIGLER, ROBERT (83) CAMERON, SC 

HAIGLER, WILLIAM EDWARD (84) CAMERON, SC 

HAIR, KERRI (85) CHAPIN, SC 

HAJAS. KATHLEEN (85) BRIDGEPORT, CT 

HALBERT, DARYL (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

HALL. HAROLD EUGENE (85) . SPARTANBURG, SC 



461 



HAL-HAR 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



HALL, JAN (85) LEESVILLE, SC 

HALL. JULIE (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

HALL, MAGGIE (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

HALL, N. DOUGLAS (85) ... N CHARLESTON, SC 

HALL. REGINA (84) DONALDS, SC 

HALL, RUSSELL (83) LYMAN, SC 

HALL, SAMUEL C. (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

HALPIN, ERIC (83) GREENWOOD, SC 

HALTZCLAW, DALE (83) . . FORT WASHINGTON, MD 

HAMBRIGHT, LESLIE (84) GROVER, NC 

HAMES. ANNETTE (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

HAMILTON. AMELIA (84) WALHALLA. SC 

HAMILTON, DAVID (84) CLEMSON, SC 

HAMILTON. DAVID CHARLESTON, SC 

HAMILTON. GAYLIA (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

HAMILTON, JAMES (84) MARIETTA, GA 

HAMILTON, MIKE (85) BREVARD. NC 

HAMILTON. SANDY (84) EASLEY, SC 

HAMMER. JOANNA (8.5) AUGUSTA, GA 

HAMMES. PAUL (83) FLORENCE, SC 

HAMMETT. LISA (85) BAMBURG. SC 

HAMMETT, TERRY (85) WOODRUFF, SC 

HAMMOND, BETH (85) NEWBERRY. SC 

HAMMOND, CLAY (85) KERSHAW, SC 

HAMMOND, JONATHAN L (84) ANDERSON. SC 

HAMMOND, MATT (83) NEWBERRY, SC 

HAMMOND, SARAH (84) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

HAMPTON, DONNA (83) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

HAMPTON. JAMES (83) CHARLOTTE. NC 

HANCE. JAMES (84) HEATH SPRINGS. SC 

HANCE. PAMELA S. (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

HANCOCK. LINDA JOYCE (83) DUNWOODY, GA 

HANCOCK, LISA (84) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

HAND, BETH (83) BELTON, SC 

HANKE, ELIZABETH (85) HENDERSONVILLE. NC 
HANKS, JANE (85) WILMINGTON, DE 

HANLON. GINNY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

HANNA, MICHAEL (83) JOHNSONVIEW, SC 

HANSON. DANA (82) . SENECA, SC 

HANSON. THOMAS E. (85) . . EDGEWOOD, MD 

HANVEY, CURTIS L.. JR. (84) LAURENS, SC 

HARD, MICHELLE (83) CAMDEN, SC 

HARDIN, JEFFREY (85) ANDERSON, SC 

HARDY, CATHERINE (85) ROCKVILLE. MD 

HARE. HOLLY (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

HARE, WILLIAM (85) CLEMSON. SC 

HARKE, SCOTT (85) . . . .FLEISCHMANNS. NY 

HARLEY, LYNN S. (85) ... W COl UMBIA, SC 




462 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



HAR-HAR 




HARLEY. WILLIAM (84) AIKEN, SC 

HARMAN. HELEN (83) LEXINGTON, SC 

HARMON, MENDY (85) LUGOFF, SC 

HARMON. STUART H (83) ANDERSON, SC 

HARNER, HEIDI (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

HARPER, FRAN (85) BEAUFORT, SC 

HARPER, RACHEL (84) HAMPTON, SC 

HARRELL, CYNTHIA (85) ATLANTA, GA 

HARRELL, PAIGE (85) FLORENCE, SC 

HARRELSON, C. TRIP (85) GREENVILLE. SC 

HARRINGTON, BEVERLY (83) NEWBERRY, SC 

HARRIS, ANDREA (85) SENECA, SC 

HARRIS, BILL (85) LEELING, LA 

HARRIS. LESLIE (85) SENECA. SC 

HARRIS, WALLACE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

HARRISON, JERRY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

HARRISON, LINWOOD (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

HARRISON, MARTIN (85) . . . COLUMBIA, SC 

HARRISON, REBECCA (83) AIKEN, SC 

HARSHMAN. PHILIP (83) CLEMSON, SC 

HARTE. JUDITH (84) LAURINBURG, NC 

HARTER. RICK (84) NINETY SIX, SC 

HARTLE. PAM (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

HARTSHORN, CHUCK (83) NO AUGUSTA, SC 




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463 



HAR-HEN 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



HARTZOG. GRADY (83) BLACKVILLE, SC 

HARVEY. DENNIS (83) TAYLORS. SC 

HARVEY. ELLYN (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

HARVEY. STEVEN PAUL (83) ALLENDALE, SC 

HARVIN. ROBERT H., Ill (84) ORANGEBURG, SC 

HARWELL. KARIL (84) CLEMSON. SC 

HASLETT. JENSEA (85) CAMPOBELLO, SC 

HASSIOTIS. ATHENA (83) GREENVILLE. SC 

HASSIOTIS. OLGA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

HASTEDT. CYNTHIA (85) BARNWELL. SC 

HATCHER. DAVID (85) ANDERSON. SC 

HAUSKNECHT. RHONDA (84) CHAMBLEE. GA 

HAWK. KATHY (83) WAHALLA, SC 

HAWK. RICK (85) WALHALLA, SC 

HAWKINS. BARRY (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

HAWKINS. BETH (83) BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

HAWKINS, JAN (84) SENECA. SC 

HAWKINS, KITTY (84) ORANGEBURG. SC 

HAWKINS, MARION (84) HARTSVILLE, SC 

HAWKINS, MARY (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

HAWKINS, SANDRA (85) OAKTON, VA 

HAYES. DAWN (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

HAYES. JENNIFER (85) ANDERSON, SC 

HAYES, MICHAEL (84) PICKENS. SC 

HAYS. KEITH (85) BARNWELL, SC 

HAYS. SUZANNE MARIE (85) INMAN, SC 

HEAD. JIMMY (83) EASLEY, SC 

HEATLEY. ROBERT H.T., JR. (00) CHARLESTON 

HGHTS. SC 

HEAVEY. KIM (85) BURKE, VA 

HEBB. LOIS (85) E. FLAT ROCK. NC 

HEBBARD, JULIE (83) BARNWELL, SC 

HEBERT, PAUL (83) SAVANNAH, GA 

HEDDEN. TOM (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

HEDRICK. DANNY (85) KINGSPORT, TN 

HEERSSEN. KIM (83) ATLANTA. GA 

HEGWOOD, CATHY (83) ROCK HILL. SC 

HEH, GEORGE (85) ANDERSON, SC 

HEIN. ALLYSON (84) WILMINGTON, DE 

HEINSOHM. KATHY (83) . CHARLESTON, SC 

HEINSOHN. KATHY (84) FOLLY BEACH, SC 

U JANET (83) . CHARLOTTE, NC 

HELMS. KARAN (85) FORT MILL, SC 



MS, TIMOTHY (83) . ..GREENVILLE, 

HEMBREE. DAVID (84) CLEMSON, 

HI MMINGS, CHRISTOPHER M (83) CLEMSON, 

HENDERSON. JONATHAN (85) CARTERSVII I E, 
HI MUFRSON, JULIA (84). . FRANKLIN, 

HENDERSON, RODNEY (85) ISLENDTON. 













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UNDERCLASSMEN 



HEN-HIL 







HENDERSON, THOMAS (85) LAURENS, SC 

HENDRICH, CLAIRE (85) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

HENDRICKS, RICHARD (84) MONKS CORNER, SC 

HENDRIX, CATHERINE (85) BLAIR, SC 

HENDRIX, SONNY (85) PORTSMOUTH, Rl 

HENIFORD, DRAKE DAVIS (84) LORIS, SC 

HENRIOUD, PAMELA (83) ATLANTA, GA 

HENRY, CHARLES (85) FREEHOLD, NJ 

HENRY, DONNA ELLYN (84) LAURENS, SC 

HENRY, FRAN (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

HENRY, JULIE (85) MARYVILLE, TN 

HENRY, SCOTT (84) TOCCOA, GA 

HENSON, DAVID (85) SPRINGFIELD, VA 

HENTZ, DARRYL (83) POMARIA, SC 

HENTZ, JULIA (85) ANDERSON, SC 

HERBERT, LARRY (85) LAURENS. SC 

HERD. DAN (85) JOHNSON CITY, TN 

HERGOTT, SHAUNA (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

HERMAN, KYLE (85) LANDRUM, SC 

HERMANN. KAREN (85) GREER, SC 

HERNDON, HEATHER (84) ALEXANDRIA, VA 

HERNDON. KAREN LYNN (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

HERRON, RANDELL (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

HERRON. WALTER K. (83) STARR, SC 

HERTIG, MARY ELLEN (83) ANDERSON. SC 

HESKETH, SCOTT (85) MAULDIN, SC 

HESS. ANNE (85) YORK, PA. 

HESTER, CHIP (84) N. CHARLESTON, SC 

HESTER. HENRY G. (83) BELTON. SC 

HESTER, LENA (84) CALHOUN FALLS. SC 

HEWETT. CARL (85) RICHMOND. VA 

HEYEL, TRACY (85) SAVANNAH, GA 

HICKLIN. BUD (85) ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

HICKMAN, DAVID (83) CHARLESTON HEIGHT, SC 

HICKMAN, EDDIE (85) MIAMI, FL 

HICKS, JAMES STEVEN (85) AIKEN, SC 

HICKS, JANE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

HICKS, KRISTA (83) AIKEN, SC 

HICKS, RAYMOND H. (83) TAMPA. FL 

HICKS. SHERRI (83) SMYRNA, GA 

HIERS, RICKEY (00) CLEMSON. SC 

HIERS. ROBIN (85) EHRHARDT. SC 

HIERS. THURSTON (83) WALTERBORO, SC 

HIERS. WALLIE (85) ESTILL, SC 

HIGGINBOTHAN. MARY (83) GREENWOOD, SC 

HIGGINS, TEDDY S. (83) PENDLETON, SC 

HIGGS, MINDY (85) FLORENCE, SC 

HILL, BILL (83) CLINTON, SC 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



HILL, BRIAN (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

HILL, CATHY (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

HILL, CHARLES (85) SPARTA, GA 

HILL, DAVID (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

HILL, LEWIS E. (84) RAVENEL, SC 

HILL, RICHARD (85) ABBEVILLE, SC 

HILL, SUSAN (85) WILMINGTON. DE 

HILL, TONI (84) WASHINGTON, DC 

HILLER. KATHY (84) ATLANTA, GA 

HILLEY, MICHAEL (85) PELZER, SC 

HILLS. DAVID (83) HOLLY HILL, SC 

HILTON, BEVERLY (83) LANCASTER, SC 

HILTON, KIM ERIC (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

HINNANT, WILLIAM (83) ANDERSON, SC 

HINSON. JULIE (85) MACON, GA 

HINTON, MARGARET E. (84) . NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

HIOTT. PERRY (83) WALTERBORO, SC 

HITE, DAVID (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

HITE, MARTHA ANN (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

HOCHHEIMER, LINDA (85) LINEBORO, MD 

HODGE. CAROLYN (85) BLAUVELT, NY 

HODGKISS, ELIZABETH (84) MT PLEASANT, SC 

HOEFER, LUCIA M. (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

HOESCHEN. RANDY (84) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

HOFFMAN, GEORGE (84) BAMBERY, SC 

HOFFMEYER, SUZANNE (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

HOGAN, SIM, II (85) LEXINGTON, GA 

HOLCOMB, LISA (00) PIEDMONT, SC 

HOLCOMB, LYNN (85) STONE MOUNTAIN, GA 

HOLCOMBE, GARY (85) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

HOLCOMBE. LADELLE (83) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

HOLDER, JIMMY (85) CENTRAL, SC 

HOLEMAN, HOLLY (85) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

HOLFORD, PHILIP (85) TAYLORS, SC 

HOLLADAY, LYNNETTE (83) N. CHARS., SC 

HOLLAND, BROWNING (83) FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

HOLLAND, DONNA (83) WEST UNION, SC 

HOLLAND, HUGH STALEY (85) BELMONT. NC 

HOLLAND, J. THOMAS (85) GREENVILLE, SC 
HOLLAND, LAURA FRANCES (84) FLORENCE, SC 
HOLLAR. CHRIS (84) . . . MYRTLE BEACH, SC 
HOLLAWAY, ROBERT (84) SENECA, SC 

HOLLEY, ALICE ELIZABETH (85) AIKEN, SC 

HOLLIDAY, ROCKY (85) CENTRAL, SC 

HOLLINGSWORTH, MARTHA (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

HOLLIS, JAMES (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

HOLM, AMY (85) WINTER PARK. FL 

HOLMAN. KIMBERLY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 




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HOL-HOW 




HOLMES, BARRETT (84) ENDREE, SC 

HOLMES. KEN (85) SENECA, SC 

HOLMES. MARK (85) EASLEY, SC 

HOLMES. ROBERT (85) FAIRFAX, VA 

HOLSTEIN, RICHARD H , IV (84) . . . BATESBURG, SC 
HOLSTEN, DAVID (84) NEWARK, DE 

HOLT, DALE (85) LORIS. SC 

HOLT, DAVID (83) PIEDMONT, SC 

HOLTSINGER, SHERRI (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

HOLTZER, MATT (83) YORK, PA 

HOLTZER, MICHAEL (85) YORK, PA 

HOMAN, JOAN (85) PRUDENTS ISL . R.I. 

HOOD, ROBIN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

HOOD, RUBY (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

HOOKER, MONICA (84) BELLE GLADE, FL 

HOONER, CHRIS (84) TRION. GA 

HOOPER, LISA (85) PIEDMONT. SC 

HOOPS, NANCY (83) N. MERRICK, NY 

HOOVER, BRADLEY L. (83) KINGSPORT, LA 

HOOVER, DONNIE (83) MATTHEWS, NC 

HOPE. DIANE (83) ATLANTA. GA 

HOPKE, JIMMY (84) MT. PLEASANT. SC 

HOPKINS. A LORRAINE (84) PELZER, SC 

HORGER, EDDIE (84) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

HORN, MIKE (84) N. CHARLESTON, SC 

HORNE, JOHN (83) BARTON, FL 

HORNER, JOHN (84) CENTRAL, SC 

HORTON. ANNA (84) KERSHAW, SC 

HORTON. CHRISTOPHER L. (84) ABBEVILLE, SC 

HORTON, DENNIS (85) SPARTANBURG. SC 

HORTON. LISA (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

HORTON. ROBERT (85) CAMDEN, SC 

HORTON. TIMOTHY (85) JEFFERSON, SC 

HORTON. TRACY J. (84) MAULDIN, SC 

HORVATH, DOUG (84) MAULDIN. SC 

HOSKINS. BETH (84) ROCK HILL. SC 

HOSS, WALTER (84) NORTH CHARLESTON. SC 

HOTT. STEVE (83) MURRYSVILLE, PA 

HOUGHTALING, JAMES M. (84) LANCASTER, SC 

HOUSE, ANNETTE (84) SUMTER, SC 

HOWARD, ALEDA (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

HOWARD, ALISON (83) DECATOR, GA 

HOWARD, CHERYL (85) AKRON, IN 

HOWARD, DAVID (84) CAYCE, SC 

HOWE, RAYMOND LEE (85) BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

HOWELL, MARIANNE (84) LOTTA, SC 

HOWELL, SOCY (83) HAMPTON, VA 

HOWLE. SHERYL D, (84) LANCASTER. SC 



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HOW-HUT 



HOWLE, TOYE (85) DARLINGTON, SC 

HOYLE, MARK (84) ANDERSON, SC 

HUBBARD. LISA (85) HONOLULU, HI 

HUBBARD. STEPHEN (85) CLEMSON, SC 

HUBER. MARYHELEN (85) GREENSBORO, NC 

HUBRIGHT. RUSSELL (85) LAURENS, SC 

HUCKABY, KAREN LYNN (83) PILOT MOUNTAIN, NC 

HUDDLESTON, ROGER (84) TAYLORS, SC 

HUDDY, JONATHAN (85) LAVONIA, Ml 

HUDSON, LINDA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

HUDSON, MICHAEL (83) SENECA, SC 

HUEY. JACKIE (83) GAFFNEY, SC 

HUFF, CHERYL ANN (84) AIKEN, SC 

HUFF. HAZEL (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

HUFF, STACY (84) EASLEY, SC 

HUGGINS, STANLEY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

HUGGINS, T. MARK (85) HICKORY, NC 

HUGHES, ANNE MARGARET (84) SUMTER, SC 

HUGHES. BRENDA (84) FLORENCE, SC 

HUGHES, ED (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

HUGHES. GARY (85) HONICA PATH, SC 

HUGHES. ROSEANNE (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

HUGHES, WARREN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

HUGHES, WILLIAM (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

HUGHEY, MICHELE (85) TAYLORS, SC 

HUIETT, CHARLENE (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

HULING, HANK (83) NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ 

HULL, BARBARA (85) MISHAWAKA, IN 

HULL, ELIZABETH (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

HULLIHAN. TIMOTHY F. (84) . . . .W. PALM BEACH, FL 

HULSEY, ROGER (83) EASLEY, SC 

HUMPHREY, DEE (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

HUMPHRIES. KAREN (85) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

HUMPHRIES, LOGAN (84) SUMTER, SC 

HUNSUCKER, BOB (85) SENECA, SC 

HUNT, JULIE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

HUNT, ROBIN (85) TALLAHASSEE, FL 

HUNT. RODNEY (83) WAYNESBORO, VA 

HUNTER, AMY (83) TAYLORS, SC 

HUNTER, CHRISTIE (85) LANCASTER, SC 

HUNTER, JAMES (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

HUNTER, LISA (84) ..GREENVILLE, SC 

HUNTER, SALLIE (83) SUMTER, SC 

HUNTER, TODD (84) ALEXANDER, VA 

HURLEY, JANET (83) I ANCASTER, SC 

HURLEY, NOEL (84) I ANCASTER, SC 

HURT, MAURY (84) , . , ORl ANDO, FL 

HUTCHERSON, TIM (83) GREENVILLE, SC 



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HUTCHESON, SHA (84) WESTMINSTER, SC 

HUTCHINSON, CHAS (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

HUTCHINSON, LIZ (85) DUNWOODY, GA 

HUTCHINSON, LYNDA (83) ROCK HILL. SC 

HUTCHISON. JULIA (83) MIAMI, FL 

HUTSON, ELLYN (84) HERNDON, VA 

HUTTO, PAIGE (85) HAMPTON, SC 

HYATT, DARLENE T (83) GREENVILLE. SC 

HYDE. ROBY (84) LEXINGTON, KY 

HYDE, THOMAS (84) DELMAR, NY 

HYMAN. DONZA (85) CONWAY, SC 

HYTE. BILLY (84) N. CHARLESTON, SC 

IANNONE, DIANE (83) GREENVILLE. SC 

IMLER. JOHN (84) FORT MILL. SC 

INABINET, DIXIE (83) HOPKINS, SC 

INABINET, RENEE (84) ORANGEBURG, SC 

INGLE, BETH (85) OPELIKE. AL 

INGLE, FREDDIE (84) EASLEY, SC 

INGRAM, BEVERLY (84) VIENNA, VA 

INMAN, BILL (85) YORK, SC 

INMAN, HUGH (85) ATLANTA. GA 

ISLEY, TOM (83) KINGSPORT, TN 

ISRAEL. BLAIR (85) GEORGETOWN. SC 

ISRAEL. LAURA (00) SPARTANBURG, SC 

IVEY, DERRICK (83) HEMMINGWAY, SC 

IVEY. JOEL (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

JACKSON, CHRISTOPHER (85) LIBERTY, SC 

JACKSON, DENISE (84) LUGOFF, SC 

JACKSON, DENNISE (85) PROSPERITY, SC 

JACKSON, DONNA (83) YORK, SC 

JACKSON, JAY (84) SUMTER, SC 

JACKSON, KAREN (84) DILLON, SC 

JACKSON, KIM (85) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

JACKSON, WENDY LEIGH (85) CLINTON, SC 

JAMERSON, ROBIN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

JAMES. CLAYTON (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

JAMES, DENNIS (85) CLEVELAND. SC 

JAMES. LARRY (85) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

JAMES. NEIL (84) LOIS, SC 

JAMES, TARA (84) TAYLOR, SC 

JAMESON, CHARLIE (83) SUMTER, SC 

JAMESON. DONNIE (83) ORANGEBURG. SC 

JAMESON, KAREN (85) EASLEY, SC 

JAMESON, KERRY (84) LIBERTY. SC 

JAMIESON. JEFF (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

JAMIESON. SHARI (83) PENDLETON, SC 

JAMISON. BETH (84) MT. LEBANON, PA 

JAMROGOWICZ, MELANIE (84) . . SUMMERVILLE. SC 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



JANOVSKY, DAVE (85) BRIDGEWATER, NJ 

JARCK, LAURA (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

JARRIEL, MARK (84) AIKEN, SC 

JASKIEWICZ. TIM (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

JAWORSKI, JUDY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

JAXTHEIMER, MARK (85) SUMTER. SC 

JAYNES, LUANNE (84) WESTMINSTER, SC 

JENKIN, DAVE (83) BLOOMINGTON, IN 

JENKINS, DANIEL (83) CHESNEE, SC 

JENKINS, ELIZABETH (84) KLINE, SC 

JENKINS, KEITH (85) CHESNIE, SC 

JENKINS, KIM (85) CHARLESTON A.F.B. SC 

JENKISN, DERRICK (84) GREENVILLE. SC 

JENNINGS. JEFFREY (84) CENTRAL, SC 

JENNINGS, WESLEY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

JERDEN, HOWARD (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

JERNIGAN, JAMES (85) SENECA, SC 

JERNIGAN. VENNICE (83) SENECA, SC 

JEROME, LAURIE (85) GREENVILLE. SC 

JETER. DOUG (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

JEW, ANNA (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

JEWETT, RON (84) KERSHAW, SC 

JIMENEZ, DONALD (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

JIVERS, BRENDA (83) CAYCE, SC 

JOHNSON, ANGELA J (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

JOHNSON. BECKY (84) AYNOR, SC 

JOHNSON. BETH (85) SUMTER, SC 

JOHNSON, CHUCK (85) CHAPIN, SC 

JOHNSON, CINDY (83) FOREST CITY, NC 

JOHNSON, CRAIG F. (83) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

JOHNSON, DAVID (85) BOWIE. MD 

JOHNSON, DAVID L. (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

JOHNSON. EDDIE (84) ANDERSON, SC 

JOHNSON, GENA ELIZABETH (84) SALUDA, SC 

JOHNSON, GREGG (83) HFMINGWAY, SC 

JOHNSON, KEN (85) AIKEN. SC 

JOHNSON, KEN (85) MAULDIN, SC 

JOHNSON, LAURA (85) ANNANDALE, VA 

JOHNSON, LEE (84) CAMDEN, SC 

JOHNSON, LISA (84) RIDGEWAY, SC 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL K. (85) , . . . AIKEN, SC 

JOHNSON. MICKEY (84) PINFWOOD, SC 

JOHNSON. MOLLIE (85) BRISTOL, TN 

JOHNSON, PATRICIA A (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

JOHNSON, RACHEL (84) ANDERSON, SC 

JOHNSON, RANDALL E. (83) CAMPOBELLO, SC 

JOHNSON, ROBIN (84) COPE, SC 

JOHNSON. SYLVIA (83) CAMDEN. SC 





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JOHNSON, TONYA (84) ST. STEPHEN, SC 

JOHNSON, TRACY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

JOHNSON, TRESA (84) KINGSTREE, SC 

JOHNSON, WAYNE (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

JOHNSTON, BETH (83) MONCKS CORNER. SC 
JOHNSTON, JANET (85) ATLANTA, GA 

JOLLEY, JOHN (83) CAYCE, SC 

JOLLY, MARTY (83) WINNSBORO, SC 

JONAS, CHRIS (84) YORK, SC 

JONES, ALISON (84) ISLE OF PALMS. SC 

JONES, ALYSSA (83) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

JONES, CHRIS (85) YORK. SC 

JONES, CLARKE (85) MARTINSVILLE, VA 

JONES, CLELLIE (85) MARIETTA, GA 

JONES. CYNTHIA D. (84) ASHVILLE, NC 

JONES, DAVID (85) CLEMSON, SC 

JONES. DEIDRE L. (83) ELGIN, SC 

JONES, DERRIE (83) GREER, SC 

JONES, J. ARTHUR (84) EASLEY, SC 

JONES, JEFFERY (85) HEATH SPRINGS, SC 

JONES, KAREN LEA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

JONES, KELLEY (85) ALEXANDRIA, VA 

JONES, LINDA (83) DUNWOODY, GA 

JONES, MICHAEL (83) ANDERSON, SC 

JONES, RANDY (83) GREER. SC 

JONES. ROBBIE (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

JONES, VICKIE (85) ELLOREE, SC 

JONES, VICTOR C. (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

JORDAN, JAN (85) TOCCOA, GA 

JORDAN, LEWIS EDWARD. JR (85) OXON HILL. MD 

JORDAN. JULI (85) NO. AUGUSTA, SC 

JORDAN. SHIRLEY (84) ST. GEORGE, SC 

JOSEPH, MARGARET (83) CAMDAN, SC 

JOYE. KEITH (85) CLINTON, SC 

JOYNER, EARL K. (83) OLAR, SC 

JOYNER, NANCY (84) STONE MT. GA 

JUSTUS, SHARON (84) FLORENCE, SC 

KAISER, GERALD (85) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

KALIL, MOHAMED (00) CLEMSON, SC 

KALIVETENOS, ARISTOTLE (85) HARWOOD, MD 

KAMERSCHEN, CHRISTINE C. (83) ATHENS, GA 

KANES. KATHERINE (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

KAPLAN, ERIC (85) DUNWOODY. GA 

KASEMEYER, SCOTT (85) BALTIMORE, MD 

KASSIS, DANNY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

KAUFMAN, DOUG (83) LITITA, PA 

KAUFMAN, LENORE (84) FORT MYERS, FL 

KAY, ELIZABETH ANN (85) GAITHERSBURG, MA 



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KAY-KIR 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



KAY, KEVIN (85) EASLEY. SC 

KAZ. VALERIE (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

KEATING, CHUCK (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

KEATON, MELINDA (84) ANDERSON, SC 

KEEL, DAVID (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

KEESE, JIM (85) SENECA, SC 

KEITH, BARRY (83) DILLON, SC 

KELLEY. CHRISTOPHER BLAKE (83) . TAYLORS, SC 

KELLEY. DEEGIE (83) ANDERSON, SC 

KELLEY, CHARLES M., JR. (83) LAKE CITY, SC 

KELLEY, MANDY (83) PENDLETON, SC 

KELLEY, MELANIE V (83) TAYLORS, SC 

KELLEY, RANDY (83) MAULDEN, SC 

KELLNER, STEVEN (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

KELLY. BRUCE (83) LANCASTER, SC 

KELLY, FRANCES C. (83) ANDERSON, SC 

KEMMERLIN. CYNTHIA J. (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

KEMP, RANDY (83) GREER, SC 

KENNEDY, JAMES (85) BATESBURG, SC 

KENNEDY, KAY (84) BLACKVILLE, SC 

KENNEDY, PHILLIP (85) FLORENCE, SC 

KENNEDY. RALSTON (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

KENNEDY, SUSAN (84) MANNING, SC 

KENNERTY, JOAN (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

KENT, DAVID (85) BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

KERR, DONNA MARIE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

KESLER, ALLISON (85) ANDERSON, SC 

KEYS, ROBERT W (00) INMAN, SC 

KIDD, JOEL (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

KIEL, GARY (00) CLEMSON, SC 

KILGALLEN, JAMES J. (84) KENSINGTON, MD 

KILGORE, G. SCOTT (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

KILLIAN, JANET (85) LEXINGTON, SC 

KILLINGSWORTH, BEN F., II (85) . . GREENVILLE, SC 

KINARD. JEFFREY (84) POMARIA, SC 

KINARD, LISA (84) LEXINGTON, SC 

KINDER, KATHRYN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

KING. BRAD (85) SENECA, SC 

KING, CARLTON (85) SENECA, SC 

KING, JAMES WILLIAM, JR. (84) JOHNSONVILLE, SC 

KING, MARVIN (84) CALHOUN, GA 

KING, SUSAN (85) MCBEE, SC 

KINKLE. ROBERT (83) LOUISVILLE, KY 

KINLEY. YVETTE (85) DALLAS, NC 

KINSEY, RICHARD ALAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

KIRBY, JOHN (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

KIRBY. RONALD (83) POWELL, TN 

KIRK, KAREN (83) CHATTANOOCA, TN 




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^0^% KIRWAN, BARBARA (83) SETAUKET. NY 

UJ ^W KITTELSON, TYRI (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

' ^M T^ M" 2 > Mr K LEISCH. FRED (85) PICKENS, SC 

— ^ m KLIMCHAK, SUSAN (85) ORANGE PARK, FL 

KLINCK, KARL (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

^^2 I^^BM jMM #¥/! KLING. LISA (85) CAMDEN. SC 

i^^J tit. \ KNAUF, SANDRA (84) GULF PORT, MS 

/ W A ' Bfc^^r »Bfi W^r :' KNIGHT, JAMIE (85) FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

ft A \f^f W< tehWt KNIGHT, JOHN RUSSELL (83) ... .ORANGEBURG, SC 

\ S ,A^, }""' ^KKt ^- - KNIGHT. MELANIE (85) CLAYTON. GA 

i i ( \ W\f ^L m KNIGHT, ROBIN KELLY (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

^1 . Jk j> W KNOEBEL, ERIC (85) DOVER, NJ 

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KNOX, ROGER (83) SUMTER, SC 

1W. -.% M »-* /dB K. J| ^b ^ KNUPPEL, KATHLEEN (83) NORMAL, IL 

4 Ja #1 /^ KOCH. KURT J. (83) MIDDLEPORT, NY 

_ M wWiTf < KOFFSKFY, KAREN (85) GREENVILLE S< 

f% V r mwL ^ft X K ^^^ KOLODGIE. KATHY (84) SILVER SPRINGS. MD 

I ^P* *J A^U B ^ "Y' KOMAREK. SUSAN (84) FORT MILL. SC 

KONDUROS, SAM (85) . LEXINGTON, SC 

KORNEGAY, LORI (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

KOZUCHI, SHARON (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

KRECH, RUTH (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

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LANCASTER. KENNETH (84) SUMER. SC 

LANCASTER. STEVE (85) WOOFRUFF, SC 

LAND. KRISTY (84) CHARLOTTE. NC 

LANDERS. TERRY (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

LANDRETH. PHIL (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

LANDRUM. FORREST (83) N. CHARLESTON, SC 

LANE, ALAN D. (83) HARTSVILLE, SC 

LANG, KEITH A. (83) OLATHE, KS 

LANGLAIS, ROBERT C (83) INMAN SC. 

LANGLEY, DAWN (85) ABBENDLE, SC 

LANGSTON. KATIE (83) FLORENCE, SC 

LANGSTON, MADGELEINE (84) . SUMMERVILLE. SC 

LANGSTON, PAUL (84) DILLON, SC 

LAPPIN. LISA (85) EASLEY, SC 

LARRABEE, CHAD (83) CAMDEN, SC 

LARSON, GINA (85) 1500 MASTERS CLUB DR 

LASHER, WILL (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

LASKAR, JOY (85) CLEMSON, SC 

LATHAM, LANE (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

LATIMER, DAVID (85) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

LATIMER. DEWITT (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

LATIMER, JIM M. (83) DONALDS, SC 

LATTO, ELIZABETH H. (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

LAURENS. JAY (84) UNION, SC 

LAVRAR. COLETTE DELEE (85) PLANTATION, FL 

LAWRANCE, JENNIFER (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

LAWRENCE, CAROL (84) DUNWOODY, GA 

LAWRENCE, KATHERINE P. (83) MIAMI SPRINGS, FL 

LAWRENCE, MARK C (83) MERRITT ISLAND, FL 

LAWSON. ALAN (83) TALLAHASSEE, FL 

LAWSON, MICHAEL A. (83) CLEMSON, SC 

LAWSON, WILLIAM (83) DARLINGTON, SC 

LAYNE, ROSS (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

LAZOWSKI, JOANNE (83) SETAUKET, NY 

LE GRAND, MARK (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

LEA, FRANKLIND (85) KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FL 

LEACH, JULIE (84) HARTSVILLE, SC 

LEACH. SCOTT (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

LEAGUE, WALTER (85) EASLEY, SC 

LEAMAN, CORINNA EAST PETERSBURG, PA 

LEAMAN, SAM (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

LEARD, MELANIE (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

LECTURE. RAYMOND (84) TIMMONSVILLE, SC 

LEDBETTER, CURTIS (84) HANAHAN. SC 

LEDFORD, MELODY (85) COWPENS, SC 

LEE. CAROLE (84) GEORGETOWN, AC 
LEE. FURMAN (85) WESTMINSTER, SC 
LEE, RAYMAN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 




474 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



LEE-LIS 



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LEE. SONIA (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

LEE, TONJA (85) WESTMINSTER, SC 

LEECH, DAVID (83) LEESVILLE, SC 

LEFORT, ROBERT (83) CLEMSON, SC 

LEHON, THOMAS (83) SAVANNAH, GA 

LEIGHTON. KAREN (84) CHARLESTON. SC 

LEISTER. WILLIAM (85) TAYLORS, SC 

LEJEUNE, THEODORE HL, JR. (84) . .GREENSBORO. NC 

LEMMONS, KIM (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

LENAHAN. SUZANNE (83) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

LENTZ, MARK (85) WILMINGTON, DE 

LEONARD. EDWARD (85) GREER. SC 

LEOPARD, LEAH (84) LANCASTER, SC 

LESLEY, CAROL (85) EASLEY, SC 

LEUCHT, JOHN (85) WOODSTOCK, IL 

LEVINER. MICHAEL (83) LAMAR, SC 

LEVY, LORI (84) MARION. SC 

LEVY, MICHAEL (85) LARCHMONT, NY 

LEWINSKI. SUSAN (85) MATTHEWS. NC 

LEWIS, CHRISTINE (84) ROCK HILL. SC 

LEWIS, HARRIET (83) LANCASTER, SC 

LEWIS, CARL D.. JR. (85) LANCASTER, SC 

LEWIS, LOUISE MARIE (83) WALTERBORO, SC 

LEWIS, LYNNETTE (84) BELVEDERE, SC 

LEWIS, MARY ANN (85) LEESVILLE, SC 

LEWIS. PRESTON (83) MCCORMICK, SC 

LEWIS. WILLIAM (83) AIKEN. SC 

LEWIS. WYATT (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

LEYSATH, TOMMY (84) SAVANNAH, GA 

LI. DAVID T.J. (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

LIEBMAN, MICHAEL (85) URBANA. IL 

LIEW. SU LIN (85) CLEMSON, SC 

LIGH, CHRISTY (83) MIDDLETOWN, NJ 

LILES. RICHARD (83) VIRGINIA BEACH. VA 

LILLYCROP, LINDA (84) PLANTATION, FL 

LINDBERG, TIMOTHY (83) LADSON, SC 

LINDBLOM, KARYN (85) LARGO. FL 

LINDLER, AUBREY (85) LITTLE MOUNTAIN, SC 

LINDSAY, ALFRED ANTHONY (83) CHESTER, SC 

LINDSAY, LISA (84) MOORE, SC 

LINDSEY, MICHAEL (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

LINEBERGER, KENT ALAN (83) CHARLOTTE, NC 

LINK, EMILY (83) DEW WEST, SC 

LINN, JO ANN (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

LINNENKOHL, CAROLE (85) MACON, GA 

LINTON, WILLIAM, III (83) GREENBORO, NC 

LIST, MICHELE (85) HILTON HEAD ISL, SC 

LISTER, CONSTANCE ANN (83) BARNWELL, SC 



475 



LIT-LOW 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



LITTLE, DAVID (85) AIKEN. SC 

LITTLE, DAVID (85) EASLEY. SC 

LITTLE, LUCI (85) LANDRUM, SC 

LITTLE, MICHAEL (83) EASLEY, SC 

LITTLEJOHN. PAIGE (84) ASHEVILLE, NC 

LIVINGSTON, ANGIE (84) GASTON, SC 

LIVINGSTON, JAMES E. (83) GREENWOOD. SC 

LIVINGSTON. RENE (85) GASTON, SC 

LLOYD, JENNIFER (85) WELLINGTON. NEW ZEAL 

LOCKE. JANA (83) ANDERSON, SC 

LOCKHART, BRUCE (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

LOCKLIN. JON (85) JACKSONVILLE. FL 

LOCKLIN. LINDA (83) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

LOCKLIN, LISA (84) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

LOCKWOOD. DAVID (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

LOER, KIMBERLY (85) BRADGENTON, FL 

LOESCHER, WALTER (85) ANDERSON, SC 

LOFINK, BOB (85) GREER, SC 

LOGAN, SUSAN D. (83) FLORENCE, SC 

LOMAX. TIMOTHY J LEEDS. NY 

LOMBARD. BETH (85) MOUNTAIN REST. SC 

LOMINAC, RHONDA (84) CHARLESTON HEIGHT, SC 

LONG. JOSEPH (85) GREENVILLE. SC 

LONG. MARK (85) HOPKINS. SC 

LONG. RICHARD (83) RICK HILL, SC 

LONG, TRAVIS (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

LONG. WILLIAM (84) ANDERSON, SC 

LOPER. CRAIG (85) PANAMA CITY, FL 

LOPEZ, ANA MARIA DEL PILA (83) COLOMBIA, SOUTH 

AMERICA 

LOPEZ, JULIAN (83) ORMOND BEACH, FL 

LORELLE, DIANE M. (83) DAYTON. OH 

LORELLE, ROGER (84) DAYTON, OH 

LORENTZ, PAM (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

LORENZ, DAWN (85) LAWRENCEVILLE, GA 

LORENZEN, ROY PAUL (85) BEAUFORT, SC 

LOTERMOSER, DIANE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

LOURIGAN, MARY (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

LOVE, FRANK (83) HICKORY GROVE, SC 

LOVELACE, HARRY (84) GAFFNEY. SC 

LOVELACE, KEITH (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

LOVELACE. SUSAN (85) MCVEE, SC 

LOVIN, JONI (85) LANCASTER, SC 

LOVING, JACKIE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

LOWDER, DARRYL (84) . ROCK HILL, SC 

LOWDER, LORNA (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

LOWDER, MICHAEL SENECA. SC 

LOWDER, SHARON (83) FLORENCE, SC 

LOWRY, JOHN (85) SENECA, SC 




476 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



LOW-MAB 




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LOWRY. JONATHAN (85) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

LOWRY, JR., DENNIS M. (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

LOWRY, MILTON (84) SENECA, SC 

LOY, SUSAN (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

LOYLESS, LEE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

LUBKIN, TRACY (83) BEAUFORT, SC 

LUCAS. MARGARET (85) EASLEY, SC 

LUCCHESI, SUZANNE (85) AIKEN, SC 

LUCIUS. FRANK (85) DILLON, SC 

LUMPKIN, DEBBIE (83) DILLON. SC 

LUNDQUIST, DIANA (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

LUNDY. GINGER (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

LUSTY, GRANT (85) TAYLORS. SC 

LUTZ. JOHN L (83) ERWIN, NC 

LYBRAND. KATHERINE (85) WAGENER. SC 

LYCKE, DAVID LUTHER (85) . . EAST HAMPTON, NY 

LYERLY, MARY (83) SLATER, SC 

LYERLY, ROBERT (85) ORANGE PARK, FL 

LYLES, JR., FRANK A (85) SPARTANBURG. SC 

LYNCH, SCOTT (83) SENECA, SC 

LYNN. JOHN (85) ROCKVILLE, MD 

LYON. JEFFREY C. (85) FORT MILL, SC 

LYTCH, KEN (83) NE ORANGEBURG, SC 

MABRY. BECKY (85) TAYLORS, SC 




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MAB-MAR 



UNDERCLASSMEN 

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MABRY. JAMES (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MACE. DAN (84) GRESHAM, SC 

MACFIE. JAMES (85) CAMDEN, SC 

MACHEN, JAMES R. (84) LYMAN, SC 

MACKEY. STEVE (85) LANCASTER, SC 

MACKEY, MARIE (85) BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

MACOMSON, JOHNNY (85) CHESNEE, SC 

MADDOX, CAL (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

MAFFETT, CHERYL (83) SALUDA, SC 

MAFFETT, RANDALL (85) NINETY SIX. SC 

MAGDA, STEPHANIE (84) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

MAHAFFEY. DEDE (84) WOODRUFF, SC 

MAHAFFEY. TIMOTHY (83) EASLEY, SC 

MAHER, CELESTE (84) CLEMSON, SC 

MAHON. MICHELE (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

MAIN. STEPHEN (85) PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC 

MAISANO. LAURA (84) ATLANTA, GA 

MAJOR. TRACY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

MAKAPUGAY, REGINA (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

MALSTROM, GARY (83) CLEMSON, SC 

MANEY, JANIN (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

MANNING. CLAIRE (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

MANNING, ELIZABETH L. (85) . STATES ISLAND, NY 
MANYAK. LAURA (83) RUMSON, NJ 

MAPP, LORI (85) STONE MOUNTAIN, GA 

MAPPUS, EVELYN (84) AIKEN, SC 

MARBERT, JOHN (84) MARIETTA, GA 

MARBERT, W STEVE (85) AIKEN, SC 

MARCUM, GINA (85) KINGSPORT. TN 

MARKEN. HOLLIS ELAINE (84) BOWIE, MD 

MARKS. RICHARD (85) MT. PLEASANT. SC 

MARLOW. SANDRA JEAN (83) STONE MT., GA 

MARON, CHRISTOPHER W. (83) WALL, NJ 

MARSHALL, CATHERINE (85) SUMTER. SC 

MARSHALL, GINA (83) SUMTER, SC 

MARTHERS, CLAUDE, III (83) WINNSBORO, SC 

MARTIN, BRADLEY GAINES EASLEY, SC. 

MARTIN, BRIAN (84) NEW BEDFORD, MA 

MARTIN, D. WAYNE (85) LAURENS, SC 

MARTIN, DAVID (85) JUPITER, FL 

MARTIN. GLENN (84) MULLINS, SC 
MARTIN, JODY (84) CADES, SC 

MARTIN, JOE (84) BELTON, SC 

MARTIN, KAREN (85) WILLISTON, SC 

MARTIN, LOIS (84) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

MARTIN, MARY (83) DAYTON, OH 

MARTIN, MARY ANN (84) CAMDEN, SC 

MARTIN, PEGGY (85) PENDLETON, SC 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 



MAR-MCC 




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MARTIN. PETER (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

MARTIN. PHILLIP (83) CHESTERFIELD, SC 

MARTIN, ROSEMARY (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

MARTIN, TINA (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

MASKER, JONATHAN (85) ANDERSON, SC 

MASON, DAVID (83) HAMPTON, SC 

MASSENBURG, ERIC (84) HOLLY HILL, SC 

MASSEY, MICHAEL H (85) . . ROCK HILL, SC 

MASSINGILL. W BENNETT (83) EASLEY, SC 

MASTELLONE, JEANNE (85) NORTH MIAMI. FL 

MATHIS. RUSSELL TODD (85) INMAN, SC 

MATONK, STEVE (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

MATTHEWS. CYNTHIA (85) SUMTER, SC 

MATTHEWS, DAN (84) SUMTER, SC 

MATTHEWS. SAM (83) SALUDA, SC 

MAXEY, CYNTHIA (84) DEERFIELD BEACH, FL 

MAXIE. BONNIE (85) SENECA, SC 

MAY, GLENN (85) .... ATLANTA. GA 

MAYES, JIM (83) LAURENS, SC 

MAYFIELD, BETH (83) MABLETON, GA 

MAYFIELD, BRENDA (84) KINGSPORT, TN 

MAYFIELD. TERESA (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

MAYFIELD. WALTER (84) ANDERSON, SC 

MAYS. MICHAEL WILSON (83) SENECA, SC 

MAYS, STEPHEN L (83) SENECA, SC 

MAZANTI, LAURA (85) DUNWOODY, GA 

MC CALE. ALISA (84) WALHALLA, SC 

MC CLAIN, REY (84) PENDLETON. SC 

MC DONOUGH, TOM (85) OLD BETHPAGE, NY 
MC ENTIRE, JILL (84) IRMO. SC 

MC GRADY, KATHERINE (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

MC NEILL, MARK (84) ORLANDO, FL 

MCABEE. DAVID (85) INMAN, SC 

MCALHANY, WADE (85) BRANCHVILLE, SC 

MCALISTER. LISA (84) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

MCALISTER. TODD (84) EASLEY, SC 

MCALLISTER, THOMAS E (85) MT CARMAL, SC 

MCBRIDE, BETH (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MCCAIN, JOHN MULLINS (83) LANCASTER, SC 

MCCALL, ALICE J. (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MCCALL. BRYAN (85) SENECA, SC 

MCCALL, TERRI (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCCALL. WILLIAM K. (85) SOCIETY HILL, SC 

MCCALLOUGH, LORIN (84) CLEMSON, SC 

MCCARTHY. DAN (85) NEWBURGH, NY 

MCCAUSLAND, KEVIN (85) MARLTON, NJ 

MCCLAM, WARREN (83) KINGSTREE, SC 

MCCLELLAN, CASSANDRA (85) SELLERS, SC 



479 



MCC-MCG 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



MCCLELLAN, JENA (00) MCCLELLANVILLE, SC 

MCCLELLAN, KENNETH V. (85) BOWMAN, SC 

MCCLURE. DAVID (83) GRANITEVILLE, SC 

MCCOMBS. ANITA (85) SHERRILLS FORD. NC 

MCCONNELL. CINDY (85) INMAN. SC 

MCCONNELL. DUFF (83) SENECA. SC 

MCCONNELL, RUSSELL (83) LILBURN. GA 

MCCONNELL, TERRI (85) TAYLOR, SC 

MCCORD, DAVID (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCCORMICK, STUART (83) ST PAUL, NC 

MCCORMICK, DOUG (83) HONEA PATH, SC 

MCCORMICK, LESLIE (84) CORAL GABLES, FL 

MCCOY, BILLIE JEAN (85) MAULDIN, SC 

MCCOY. LANA (84) WALHALLA, SC 

MCCOY, MARLENE (83) EASLEY, SC 

MCCRACKER, BILL (85) APO, NY, NY 

MCCRAKEN, EDDIE (83) MCCORMICK, SC 

MCCRARY, JEANIE (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCCRAW, MIKE (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

MCCRAW, THERESA (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MCCUEN, S. LEE (84) WARE SHOALS, SC 

MCCULLOUGH, HANK (84) LEXINGTON, KY 

MCCURLEY, GREG (83) BELTON, SC 

MCCURRY, PAUL (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCCUTCHEN, PERRY (84) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

MCDADE. ERIN (85) LAKELAND, FL 

MCDANIEL. LINDA KAY (84) JOHNSONVILLE, SC 

MCDARIS, DALE (84) GREER, SC 

MCDEVITT. GREG (85) SAVANNAH, GA 

MCDONALD, JANE (83) LAMAR, SC 

MCDONALD. JAY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

MCDONALD, JOHN (84) HARTSVILLE, SC 

MCDONALD, TONYA (85) SUMTER, SC 

MCDUFFIE, ROY (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCELROY, LIBBY (84) YORK, SC 

MCELVEEN, DAVID R. (84) CLEMSON, SC 

MCELVEEN, JACKEY (84) NEW ZION, SC 

MCELVY, JANET (84) SEABROOK, MD 

MCELWEE, ANN (85) CHESTER, SC 

MCFADDEN, GWENDOLYN (85) LAKE CITY, SC 

MCFADDEN, MEGAN (84) ATLANTA, GA 

MCFALL, STEVE (84) ANDERSON, SC 

MCGAHA, CAROL (85) ANDERSON, SC 

MCGARITY, STEVEN (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

MCGEE, ANN (85) CORNELIUS, NC 

MCGEE, JANET (85) ANDERSON, SC 

MCGEE, KATHLEEN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MCGEE, LYNN (85) ANDERSON, SC 









480 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



MCG-MEL 







MCGEE, SHANNON (84) IVA, SC 

MCGILL, BENJAMIN (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MCGILL, DONNA (84) EASLEY, SC 

MCGILL, STEVE (84) STARR, SC 

MCGINNIS, JOHN (85) SUMTER. SC 

MCGINNIS. LAURA M. (84) . KINGS MOUNTAIN, NC 

MCGIRT, TONYIA (85) CAMDEN, SC 

MCGOWAN, BRYANT (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCGRAW, PHILIP (83) WEST MINSTER, SC 

MCGREGOR, ROB ROY (83) ANDERSON, SC 

MCHUGH, BETH (85) ATLANTA, GA 

MCINTOSH, BETSY (84) KINGSTREE, SC 

MCINTOSH. RENEE (85) MARTINSVILLE, VA 

MCKAMY. DANIEL (85) OAKRIDGE, TN 

MCKAY, FRANK (84) N. AUGUSTA, SC 

MCKINNEY. BEN (85) HODGES, SC 

MCKINNEY, GREGG (85) FAYETTEVILLE, GA 

MCKINNEY, MARK (85) EAST HAMPTON, CT 

MCKINNEY, TIMOTHY A. (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCKINNON, AMINIE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

MCKINNON, KAY (83) ST. GEORGE, SC 

MCKINNON, KENNY (85) ST. GEORGE, SC 

MCLEAN, MARIE (83) ORANGEBURG, SC 

MCLEAR, DAVID S. (85) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

MCLENDON. FONDA (84) LYDIA, SC 

MCLEOD. BETSY (84) CHESTERFIELD. SC 

MCLEOD, EVA (83) CHESTERFIELD, SC 

MCLEOD. GEORGE (84) FLORENCE, SC 

MCLEOD, SANDRA (85) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

MCLOUGHIN, DOUGLAS (83) HOCKESSIN, DE 

MCMAHAN, MELISSA JANE (00) . GREENVILLE, SC 

MCMANUS, GENE (84) AIKEN, SC 

MCMILLAN, KEITH (85) ELKTON, MD 

MCMINN, DANIEL (85) CLEMSON, SC 

MCNUH, SAMUEL H . JR. (83) LEXINGTON, SC 

MCNULTY, KATHLEEN (85) VENICE, FL 

MCQUEEN, PAIGE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

MCVEY, CAROLANN (85) FLORENCE, SC 

MEADORS, MITCHELL (85) CLINTON, SC 

MEADORS, SHERRI (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

MEADOWS, ELIZABETH (85) FRANKLIN, NC 

MEADOWS, TODD (84) DUNWOODY, GA 

MEARES, DESREE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

MEETZE, KIM (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

MEHAFFEY, SUTTON (85) ATLANTA, GA 

MEIERER, KAREN (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

MELTON. ALLAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

MELTON, RHETT (85) GAFFNEY, SC 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



MENDENHALL. LISA (85) INDIANAPOLIS, IND 

MERCER, JACKIE (85) CLEMSON, SC 

MERCER, RICHARD (85) CAYCE, SC 

MERCHANT, ROBERT (85) . . . HIGHLAND SPRING, VA 

MERCY, GARY (85) MEDFORD LAKES, NJ 

MERIWETHER, LESLIE (84) CLEARWATER, FL 

MERTING, MARK (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

METCALF, JERRY (83) ARDEN, NC 

METTS, ELIZABETH (85) SALUDA, SC 

METZ, CATHARINE (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MEWBORN, MICHELE (85) MARIETTA, GA 

MEYERS. JENNIE (84) ATLANTA, GA 

MICHAEL III, JOHN (83) CHEREW, SC 

MICHALEK, KEN (85) GREER, SC 

MICHELS, MARGARET (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MICHENER, BARB (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MICKLER, LESLIE KAREN (85) . . . JACKSONVILLE, FL 
MIDDLETON, CURTIS (85) OAKLEY, SC 

MIDDLETON. LIZ (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

MIDDLETON, PATRICIA (85) WILLISTON, SC 

MILAM. STEPHEN (84) SANDY SPRINGS, SC 

MILAM, WILLIAM (83) SANDY SPRINGS, SC 

MILES, SCOTT (85) GAITHBERSBURG, MD 

MILLARD, MICHELLE (85) EASLEY, SC 

MILLARD. RENEA (83) EASLEY. SC 

MILLER, ADRIAN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

MILLER, ALAN (85) ROCKVILLE, MD 

MILLER, AMY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

MILLER, DONNA (85) WALDWICK, NJ 

MILLER. DREW (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

MILLER, GLEN (83) DALZELL, SC 

MILLER, KATJY (85) EASLEY, SC 

MILLER, LEE (83) BLUEFIELD, VA 

MILLER, ROBERT (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

MILLER. SHARON (85) HEMINGWAY, SC 

MILLER, SONYA (85) SENECA, SC 

MILLS, BENJI (84) NEWBERRY, SC 

MILLS, CHRIS (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

MILLS, MARY (85) TUCKER, GA 

MILLS, SUSAN (83) . PROSPERITY, SC 

MIMMS, DEBORAH (85) SUMTER, SC 

MIMS. KYLE (84) MONCKS CORNER, SC 

MIMS. ROBERT N (83) CHARS. HGTS., SC 

MINISCHFTTI, MICHAEL (85) EASLEY, SC 

MINK. FRANK (85) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

MINORS, VEUNDA (84) HENDFRSONVILLE. NC 

MIRICK. ELIZABETH (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

MISTRETTA, JOHN (85) FAST OUOGUE, NY 




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MIT-MOO 




MITCHELL, BARRY (85) PAULINE. SC 

MITCHELL, JENNIFER (85) CLOVER, SC 

MITCHELL. JOHN RILEY (83) TOCCOA, GA 

MITCHELL. KENNETH (84) BELTON, SC 

MITCHELL, MICHAEL (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

MITCHELL, ROBERT (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

MITCHUM, M.G. (85) BETHERA, SC 

MIXON, CAMERON (85) ANDERSON, SC 

MIXON, JILL (85) BARNWELL. SC 

MIXON, RON (85) LOGANVILLE, GA 

MIYARES, ANA MARIA (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 
MIZE. MELISSA (84) ANDERSON, SC 

MIZZELL, RICHARD, JR. (85) ST. GEORGE, SC 

MOBILLA. LAURA (85) MIAMI LAKES, FL 

MOBLEY. BUFORD (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MOEDE, CHARLES ROBERT JOPLIN, MS 

MONROE, BUCKY (84) SUMTER, SC 

MONROE, CHIP (84) ASHLAND, VA 

MONROE, JULIE (85) ROEBUCK, SC 

MONROE, MAX (83) PICKENS, SC 

MONTEITH. DEBORAH (85) JACKSON, TN 

MONTGOMERY, LAURIE (85) OSHAWA. ONTARIO CA 

MONTGOMERY, TRACY (85) GABLE, SC 

MONTS. MARSHALL E. (83) IRMO, SC 

MOODY, ARTHUR (85) SILER CITY, NC 

MOODY, CHRISTI (84) EUSTIS, FL 

MOODY, NANCY (85) DARLINGTON, SC 

MOORE, ROY, III (83) MATTHEWS, NC 

MOORE, BILLY (83) TAYLORS, SC 

MOORE, CLARKE (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

MOORE, DEBORAH J. (84) BEAUMONT, TX 

MOORE, DEBRA M (84) TAYLORS, SC 

MOORE, GAIL (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

MOORE, GREGG (85) SENECA, SC 

MOORE, JAN (83) HONEA PATH, SC 

MOORE, JEFFREY WITHERS (85) . . CHARLOTTE. NC 

MOORE. LAURA (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

MOORE, LAURA (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

MOORE, LESLIE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

MOORE. LOGAN (85) FRANKLIN, SC 

MOORE, MARGARET (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

MOORE, MO (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

MOORE. NANCY (85) EASTANOLLEE, GA 

MOORE, NANCY (83) LEXINGTON, SC 

MOORE, REBECCA (85) ANDERSON, SC 

MOORE, RICHARD (85) CLEARWATER, FL 

MOORE, ROBERT (83) GREENWOOD, SC 

MOORE, SUSAN MARIE (83) GREENVILLE. SC 



483 



MOO-NAN 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



MOORE, TAMI (85) SUMTER, SC 

MOORE, TERESA LYNNE (85) . . . SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

MOORE, TIM (84) DARLINGTON, SC 

MOORE, TIMMY (84) MCCALL, SC 

MOOREFIELD, DAWN (83) TAYLORS, SC 

MOORER, JIMMY (84) NO CHARLESTON, SC 

MOORHEAD. WILLIAM (85) SUMTER, SC 

MOORMANN, DAIQUIRE (85) AIKEN, SC 

MOOSE, LINDSAY (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

MOORIS, ANNE (85) AIKEN, SC 

MORRIS, DAPHANIE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

MORRIS. JOHN (85) SUMTER, SC 

MORRIS, ROBERT (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

MORROW. GEORGE (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

MORROW, JAN (83) W COLUMBIA, SC 

MORTON, HEIDI (85) SEABROOK, SC 

MORTON, SHANNA (83) ASHEVILLE, NC 

MOSELEY, SHERRI (83) MAULDIN, SC 

MOSER, CHARLES (84) ROCK HILL. SC 

MOSER, TERRY (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

MOSLEY, LISA (84) STONE MOUNTAIN, GA 

MOSS, DANNY W. (85) BLACKSBURG, SC 

MOSS, ERIC (84) PIEDMONT, SC 

MOSS, HOPE (85) GAFFNEY, SC 

MOSTELLAR, WILLIAM E. (85) ATLANTA, GA 

MOTT. KAREN (84) GREER, SC 

MOZELEY, CHRIS (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

MUCCI, JEFFREY (83) ASHEVILLE, NC 

MULLEN, SHAUGHNESSY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

MUMMAU, DAVID (85) LANCASTER, PA 

MUNDY. ANNE (83) GREER, SC 

MUNSON, KEITH (84) DAYTON, OH 

MURCIR. BARBARA (83) MCCORMICK, SC 

MURPHY. DONNA (83) FAIR PLAY. SC 

MURPHY, MICHAEL (83) FAIR PLAY, SC 

MURPHY, WILLIAM (85) AIKEN, SC 

MURRAY, M. MIKELL (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

MURRAY. SANDRA (85) WESTMINSTER, SC 

MURRELL, BENTLEY (84) COLUMBIA. SC 

MUSSELMAN, PELLA (83) . VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 

MYERS. ANDREA (83) ORANGEBURG, SC 

MYERS, ARLENE (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

MYERS. CATHY (85) FLAT ROCK. NC 

NADEAU, TOM (85) CHARLOTTF. TN 

NAGAMOTO, DEDE (84) RICHLAND. WA 

NAJDOWSKI. JERRY (85) MARIETTA. GA 

NALL, DOUGLAS K. (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

NANNEY, RENAY (85) CHESTER. SC 










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NANTZ, JOE (85) GREER, SC 

NAUGLE, FRANK (85) KINNELON, NJ 

NEAL. BRIAN (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

NEAL, DOUG (84) HEATH SPRINGS, SC 

NEAL, ELLEN (85) DALTON, GA 

NEAL. JACI (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

NEAL, KAREN (84) WOODRUFF, SC 

NEALY, KIMBERLY (83) EASLEY, SC 

NEEL, DAPHNE (84) MOORESVILLE, NC 

NEHLSEN. MICHAEL (85) AUGUSTA, GA 

NEIL. SCOTT (85) ATLANTA, GA 

NEIL. TRICIA (83) ATLANTA, GA 

NEILL, ROBERT LEE, JR. (85) CLOVER, SC 

NELSON, JEFFERY (85) LUGOFF, SC 

NELSON, LORRIE (85) ROCKY MT., NC 

NELSON, NANCY (83) RAMSEY. NJ 

NELSON, TODD (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

NESBITT, DEBRA (85) FLETCHER, NC 

NETHERY, TODD (84) TOCCOA, GA 

NETTLES, FRANCES (83) COLUMBIA, GA 

NEWMAN, JEFFRY (S3) AIKEN, SC 

NEWMAN, JODY (85) SUNSET, SC 

NEWSOME, DEBORAH (83) EASLEY, SC 

NEWTON, ARTHUR (85) GREER, SC 

NEWTON. CHARISSA (85) CLEMSON, SC 

NEWTON. HARRY N. (85) YONGES ISLAND. SC 

NEWTON, KATHY (84) GREER, SC 

NEWTON, KIP (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

NEWTON, LISA (83) CLEMSON, SC 

NEWTON. MICHAEL (83) WATERBURO, SC 

NEWTON, PAUL (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

NEWTON. ROBIN (83) CLEMSON, SC 

NEWTON. STACEY (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

NICHOLS, ATHENA (85) MOUNTVILLE. SC 

NICHOLS, BONTE (84) CHESTER, SC 

NICHOLS, JAMES (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

NICHOLSON, ELIZABETH (83) DENMARK, SC 

NICKLES, BOND (83) HARTSVILLE, SC 

NICOLL, GAYLE (00) CLEMSON, SC 

NIDD. MICHELE (83) ELLIOTT CITY, MD 

NIELSEN, LESSLI (83) ALEXANDRIA, VA 

NIGRO, LAURA (85) HAMBURG, NY 

NILSSON, BIRAN (83) PEIDMONT, SC 

NILSSON, RICHARD (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

NIMMER, TONY (83) RIDGELAND, SC 

NIMS, JOE W (83) GULF BREEZE, FL 

NOBERT, KENNETH (85) SANFORD. ME 

NOBERT, LORY (84) SANFORD, ME 



485 



NOC-PAC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



NOCK, CARLA J. (85) FT. MONROE, VA 

NOEL, RANDALL SCOTT (84) ANDERSON, SC 

NOLAN, BYRON (83) LATTA, SC 

NORK, MICHAEL (85) DECATUR, GA 

NORONA, LEE (84) TAMPA, FL 

NORRIS, BRENDA (83) MAULDIN, SC 

NORRIS. HELEN (85) EUTAWVILLE, SC 

NORRIS, MARY JANE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

NORRIS. ROBERT (83) EUTAWVILLE, SC 

NORRIS, SCOTT (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

NORTHCUTT, TIMOTHY (84) GREER, SC 

NORWOOD, DIANE (84) CLEVELAND, TN 

NOVAK. ELIZABETH (84) GILBERT, SC 

OAKLEY. DAVID (83) RALEIGH, NC 

OATES, ANGIE (85) EASLEY, SC 

OBERHOLTZER, TIMOTHY (84) . . BLOOMSBURY. NJ 

OBRIEN, SAM (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

OBRYAN, WHITNEY (85) KINGSTREE, SC 

OCONNOR, ERIN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

ODELL, JOHN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ODELL, LYNNE (84) CENTRAL, SC 

OENBRINK. THOMAS R. (84) BEAUFORT, SC 

OKELLEY, RANDY V. (85) SENECA, SC 

OLEKSAK. MICHAEL W. (83) ERIC, PA 

OLIVER, DEBBIE (83) SENECA, SC 

OLIVER, OLIVIA ANN (83) HARTSVILLE, SC 

ONEAL, CASSANDRA (83) JENKINSVILLE, SC 

ONEILL, MICHAEL (83) YONKERS, NY 

ONEILL, VIRGINIA (83) ROCKAWAY, NJ 

OREILLY, EVE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

OSTAPECK, TERRI (83) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

OSWALD, WILLIAM B (83) ALLENDALE, SC 

OTT. TIMOTHY (83) BRANCHVILLE, SC 

OTT, VICTOR (85) NO. CHARLESTON, SC 

OTTO, GLENN (85) EAST HANOVER, NJ 

OUZTS, JAMES W (83) EDGEFIELD, SC 

OWEN, JOAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

OWEN, RICHARD M. (83) FLORENCE, SC 

OWENS. AARON (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

OWENS, C MARK (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

OWENS, DERRICK (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

OWENS. JEFFREY SCOTT (84) GREER, SC 

OWENS. MARK (84) ANDERSON, SC 

OWINGS, FRANK (84) CLOVER. SC 

OXNER, JOHN (83) LEESVILLE, SC 

OZAKI, JIM (84) BOCA RATON FL 

OZMONT, MILTON I. (83) IVA, SC 

PACE, ALLEN (85) HENDERSONVILLE. NC 




486 



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PAC-PEB 




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PACE, DONNA (85) EASLEY, SC 

PACE. LECIA (83) CLEMSON, SC 

PACE, STEVE (84) TAYLORS, SC 

PACE, SUSAN (85) CHERAW, SC 

PADGETT, CYNTHIA A. (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

PADGETT, SANDRA (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

PADGETT, SCOTT (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

PADGETT. TIM (84) CAMPOBELLO, SC 

PADILLA, LORNA (85) GOOSE CREEK, SC 

PAGAN, BRYAN (83) N AUGUSTA, SC 

PAGE, GLENN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

PAGE. LISA (83) LAKE VIEW, SC 

PAGE, LYNN (84) HONEA PATH, SC 

PAGE, PHIL (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

PAGE, RAD (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

PAINTER. JOHN (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

PALESE. C. BLAIR (85) WILMINGTON, DE 

PALMER, BOB (83) NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA 

PALMER, MARY CAROLYN (83) FALLS CHURCH, VA 

PALMER, SCOTT (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

PARIS, CONSTANCE W (84) ATLANTA, GA 

PARKER, ANDY (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

PARKER, FRANCES (83) MAULDIN, SC 

PARKER, KATHY (83) CLEMSON, SC 

PARKER, SCOTT (84) GAFFNEY, SC 

PARKER, SUSAN (83) EASLEY, SC 

PARKER, WILLIAM (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

PARKS, SUSAN (85) MIAMI, FL 

PARLER. DAVID (85) LAKE CITY, SC 

PARRIS, JIMMY (85) GAFFNEY, SC 

PARRIS, MICHAEL L. (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

PARSONS, MARK (85) SAVANNAH, GA 

PASCHAL, BUTCH (85) BURTON, SC 

PATE, RICK (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

PATE, ROBERT M (83) N. AUGUSTA, SC 

PATEL, PANKAJ (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

PATTERSON, PATTY (85) HOLLY HILL, SC 

PATTILLO, ANN (84) DELAND, FL 

PATTON, DAVID (84) KINGSPORT, TN 

PAUSSA, GREGORY F. (83) SYRACUSE, NY 

PAXTON, PAMELA (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

PAYNE, DAVID (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

PAYNE, MICHELLE (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

PAZOR, SCOTT (83) DARLIN, NJ 

PEARCY, MARY (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

PEARSON, DREW (85) LANDRUM, SC 

PEARSON, MICHAEL (84) WALHALLA, SC 

PEBBLES, JILL (84) GREER, SC 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



PECHTHALT, DANNY (84) SAN ANDRES ISL COLSA 

PECK. DAN (85) COMACK, NY 

PEDEN, DAVID (83) PENDLETON. SC 

PEEBLES. ALICE (84) GABLE, SC 

PEED, DAVID (84) FLORENTE, SC 

PEELE, J. CARLTON (85) ST. GEORGE, SC 

PEELER, JOYCE (85) GAFFNEY, SC 

PELFREY, DAVID (84) CINCINNATI OH 

PELISSIER, STEVEN (85) MIAMI, FL 

PELL, JIM (85) MT. AIRY, NC 

PENDER, CINDY (84) CHESTERFIELD, SC 

PENNELL, JOHN (84) GREER, SC 

PENNEY. SUSAN (83) WEST PALM BEACH, FL 

PENTECOST, CARLA (84) NO. AUGUSTA, SC 

PEPIN. MATTHEW (83) JOHNSON CITY, TN 

PERKINS, ELIZABETH R. (83) CLEMSON, SC 

PERRIN, SHARON (84) ATHENS, GA 

PERRO, MICHAEL (84) CHERRY HILL, NJ 

PERRY, DEAN (83) BOLING BROKE, GA 

PERRY, DON (85) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

PERRY, GREGORY (85) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

PERRY, LESLIE (83) GASPORT, NY 

PERZAK. DEBBIE (85) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

PETERS, MARK (83) MAULDEN, SC 

PETERSON. DAVID (85) SYLVANIA, OH 

PETTY. THOMAS (85) WALHALLA, SC 

PEUNIC, BARBARA ANNE (83) FLORENCE, SC 

PFAEHLER, BARRY (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

PFEIFFER, DEBRA LYNNE (85) LULING, LA 

PHARES, JOHN (85) GREER, SC 

PHILLIPS, AL (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH (84) PAGELAND, SC 

PHILLIPS, GARY (00) KENSINGTON, MD 

PHILLIPS, JACKIE (83) PAGELAND, SC 

PHILLIPS, JAN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

PHILLIPS. MELISSA ANNE (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

PHILLIPS. TIM (85) CLEMSON, SC 

PHIPPS, JERRY (85) W. COLUMBIA, SC 

PHLEGAR, WATER SAMUEUL (83) . . KINGSPORT, TN 

PICKENS, JULIE (85) ANDERSON, SC 

PICKENS, LINDA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

PICKNEY, NANCY (85) BLUFFTON, SC 

PIERCE, CHYRL A. (83) BEAUFORT, SC 

PIERCE, JACK DOUGLAS (84) MARIETTA, SC 

PIKUS, ANN (85) PROSPERITY, SC 

PINCKNEY, ANTONIO K. (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

PINKSTON, TAMMIE (85) BRISTOL, TN 

PITMAN. MARK (85) DUNCAN, SC 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 

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PIT-PRE 




PITTMAN. ALLEN (84) FLORENCE, SC 

PITTS, CHARLES BISHOP (85) BELVEDERE, SC 

PITTS, DEAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

PITTS, JEFF (85) DALTON, GA 

PITTS, KIMBERLY LYNN (00) MARIETTA. GA 

PITTS, SANDRA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

PLAIR. JAMES (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

PLATT, M. MURRAY (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

PLATTS, WILLIAM (84) FORT PIERCE, FL 

PLAYER, KIRBY (83) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

PLEMMONS. MICHAEL M. (83) LANCASTER, SC 

PLISCO, JONATHAN S. (83) BETHLEHEM. PA 

PLOWDEN, JOHN (83) MANNING, SC 

PLUMB, JANET (84) BETHESDA, MD 

PLYLER, SALLIE (84) SENECA, SC 

POE, LISA (84) HARTSVILLE, SC 

POLK, KAREN (85) HAMPTON, SC 

PONITZ, GREG (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

POOLE, GARY ALLAN (00) CHESTERFIELD, SC 

POORE, DAVID W. (83) NEWLAND, NC 

POPE, CONNI SUZANNE (83) LILBURN, GA 

POPE, JENNIFER (85) WINNSBORO, SC 

PORCHER, SARAH (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

PORCHER. SARAH D (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

PORT. LAURIE (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

PORTER, WILLIAM L. JR. (85) KENNETH SQ., PA 

PORTER. CHERIE (85) KINGSPORT. TN 

PORTER, LORIE ANN (84) FLORENCE, SC 

PORTH, JIMMY (85) ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

POSEY, MARCH (84) EASLEY, SC 

POSEY, STEPHEN B. (85) BATESBURG, SC 

POSTON, PHILIP A. (83) LAKE CITY, SC 

POSTON, JANET (84) PAMPLICA, SC 

POSTON, MIKE (85) PAMPLICO, SC 

POULNOT. GENE (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

POWELL, LISA (84) LYMAN, SC 

POWELL, NANCY (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

POWELL, REBECCA ANNE (00) CHARLOTTF, NC 

POWELL, ROBERTA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

POWER. LEWIS (85) LAURENS, SC 

POWERS, KIMBERLY (83) EASLEY, SC 

POWERS, PENNY (84) FLORENCE, SC 

PRANGE, RENEE J. (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

PRATT, KELVIN (85) FLORENCE, SC 

PRAY, AMY (85) RALEIGH, NC 

PREHODA, CHRISTI (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

PRESSLEY, MARK (85) HORSE SHOE, NC 

PRESSON, SCOTT (84) FORT MILL, SC 



489 



PRE-QUI 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



PREWETT, MARY (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

PRICE. OTTIS T., Ill (84) RIDGE SPRING, SC 

PRICE, ANNETTE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

PRICE, DIANE ANDERSON, SC 

PRICE. GERALD (84) NINETY SIX. SC 

PRICE. JEFF (84) TAYLORS. SC 

PRICE, WILLIAM (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

PRINCE. PHILLIP (83) HOPKINS, SC 

PROPSTER, MARGARET (85) CENTRAL, SC 

PRUETT, EDWARD (84) BAMBERG, SC 

PRUITT. J NED (85) ROCKY FACE, GA 

PRUITT, RICHARD (85) ANDERSON, SC 

PUGH, ELAINE (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

PULDY, MICHAEL L. (84) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

PURCELL, SUSAN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

PURSLEY, R. LINDLEY (85) ROCK HILL. SC 

QUACKENBUSH. ANNE (85) RAMSEY, NJ 

OUARLES, GREG (83) WEST UNION, SC 

QUARLES, SUSAN (84) WEST UNION, SC 

QUATTLEBAUM. HOPE (85) HARLEYVILLE, SC 

QUATTLEBAUM, SUSAN (85) BOWMAN, SC 

QUEEN. CHARLES T. (85) GAFFNEY, SC 

QUINN, MELANIE (85) CLOVER, SC 

QUINN. ROBIN (83) GASTONIA, SC 




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thusiastic about the "Curb The Dawg" parade. 



490 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



QUI-REE 




QUINTERO. CARMEN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

QUINTON, GARY E. (85) MIAMI. FL 

RABB. ERNEST K . Ill (93) CAMERON, SC 

RABON, JAMES KEITH (83) CAMDEN, SC 

RACE, SHELLIE (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

RADFORD, ANTHONY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

RADFORD, MICHELLE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

RAGAN. ANN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

RAINES. TERRY (83) IRMO, SC 

RAINEY, PERRY (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

RAINEY, SHERON (83) ANDERSON, SC 

RAINWATER, FRANK (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

RALISKI, MARY-ELLEN (85) BRIELLE. NJ 

RALSTON, MITCH (85) GAINESVILLE, GA 

RAMEY, JOE (84) ABBEVILLE, SC 

RAMGER, DAVID (85) MARYVILLE, TN 

RAMSBOTTOM, BONNIE (84) MACON, GA 

RAMSEY. DAVID M. (83) WILLMINGTON, DE 

RAMSEY, PEGGY (83) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

RANSDALE, CONNIE (85) BARNWELL. SC 

RANSOM, DOUGLAS (83) ORMOND BEACH, FL 

RANSOM, DONALD (83) FLORENCE, SC 

RASBERRY, JOHN HENRY (85) SENECA. SC 

RASH, BECKY (83) UNION, SC 

RAST, DAVID (84) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

RAST, EDWARD (85) CAMERON, SC 

RATCHFORD, CAROL (85) AIKEN, SC 

RATCHFORD, DANA (83) AIKEN, SC 

RATTERREE, JOHN (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

RAWLINGS. LAURA ANN (85) MACON. GA 

RAY, CHRIS (85) BERWYN, PA 

RAYMER, KENNETH (84) EAST POINT, GA 

RAYMOND, JAY (84) ALEXANDRIA, VA 

READ, CATHY (83) CAYCE, SC 

REAVES, MILTENE (84) MULLINS, SC 

RECSHUN, HUGH G. (84) GOLFVIEW. FL 

REDMON, KEVIN (85) STOW, OH 

REECE, GAYLE (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

REED, CHARLENE (85) SHELBURNE, VI 

REED, DIANA (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

REED, LISA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

REED, SHERRY (84) ANDERSON, SC 

REEDER, DENNIS (83) CAMDEN, SC 

REESE, DANNIS (84) BELTON, SC 

REEVES, CHIP (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

REEVES, JEFF (83) CLAYTON, GA 

REEVES, PAM (85) LIBERTY, SC 

REEVES, ROBERT (83) GREENVILLE, SC 



491 



REE-RIC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



REEVES, SUSAN (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

REGAN, JEFF (85) LOCKPORT, NY 

REGAN, JOHN (85) AVON LAKE, OH 

REHILL, COREEN (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

REICHARD. TODD (83) ALLENTOWN, PA 

REID. DAVID (83) WOOD CLIFF LAKE. NJ 

REID. FRANCES (84) MELBOURNE BEACH, FL 

REID, LAURA LOUISE (83) JACKSONVILLE, AL 

REID, MARC (85) CONWAY, SC 

REID, MICHAEL D. (83) CHATTANOOGA. TN 

REID. NEIL (85) SALEM, SC 

REID. RODNEY (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

REID, ZOLANDA (84) COLUMBIA. SC 

REILAND. JOSEPH (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

REIMER, MICHELE (85) WOODRUFF, SC 

RENFRO, JOHN (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 

RENNHACK, Matt (84) CAMDEN, SC 

RENO, RANDALL (84) CHATTANOOGA, TN 

RENSHAW, KATHY (83) WAYNE, NJ 

RENWICK. HUGH (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

REVIS, ESTHER (83) BEECH ISLAND, SC 

REVIS, WANDA (84) GREER, SC 

REW, FRED (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

REYNOLDS, BARRY (85) LEXINGTON, SC 

REYNOLDS, JANDELL (83) LEXINGTON, SC 

REYNOLDS, KAREN (85) WINTER PARK, FL 

REYNOLDS, MICHELE YVONNE (83) TAYLORS, SC 

REYNOLDS, WILLIAM, IV (83) BISHOPVILLE. SC 

RHOADS, B.J. (83) SUMTER, SC 

RHODEN, GEORGE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

RHODES, BAXTER EDWARD (84) . DARLINGTON, SC 

RHODES, DON (84) HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

RHODES. JEFF (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

RHYNE, ALICE (85) CLOVER, SC 

RICE, DANA (85) BLUFFTON, SC 

RICE, ROBIN (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

RICH, LYNN (83) EASLEY, SC 

RICHARDS, JEFF (85) GREENWOOD. SC 

RICHARDSON. EDMUND (84) . SPARTANBURG, SC 
RICHARDSON, ELLEN (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

RICHARDSON, FRAN (85) W COLUMBIA. SC 

RICHARDSON. JANIS (84) BELTON. SC 

RICHARDSON. LEN (83) FLORENCE, SC 

RICHARDSON, MARTHA (85) CLEMSON. SC 

RICHARDSON. WILLIAM (85) SIX MILE SC 

RICHEY, KEITH (85) ANDERSON, SC 

RICHEY. MERRY (84) WARE SHOALS, SC 

RICKETTS, DARRELL (85) ABBEVILLE SC 




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RID-ROE 



RIDDING, ERIC (83) .. . SHELBY. NC 

RIDDLE, ANGELA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

RIDDLE, CARL (83) WALTERBORO, SC 

RIDDLE. JAMES E. (00) CLEMSON, SC 

RIDEOUT, SARAH (85) AIKEN, SC 

RIDGE, DENISE FREELAND (00) HONEA PATH, SC 

RIDGEWAY. ANN (83) CHARLOTTE, NY 

RIDGEWAY. CATHY (85) BELTON. SC 

RIDGEWAY, TODD (85) HONEA PATH, SC 

RIDINGS. STEVE (83) VIRGINIA BEACH. VA 

RIEMANN, LISA (85) LANCASTER, SC 

RIES, DOUGLAS (85) DOWNINGTOWN, PA 

RIGGS. MICHAEL (85) KINGSPORT, TN 

RILEY. NINA (85) SALUDA. SC 

RIMER. MICHAEL (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

RISH. CINDY (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

RISSER, JOHN (84) ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 

RISTER. RHONDA (83) WALTERBORO, SC 

RITCH, MARY FRANCES (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

RIVERS. O THOMAS (83) HAMPTON, SC 

ROACH, WENDY (83) ANDERSON, SC 

ROAT, SUZANNE (85) HOCKESSIN, DE 

ROBBINS. DAVID (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

ROBERSON, JAYROE (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

ROBERTS, JAMES (83) 96, SC 

ROBERTS, JEANIE (84) CAYCE, SC 

ROBERTS. MARGARET (85) CLEMSON, SC 

ROBERTS, MICHAEL (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

ROBERTS, WILLIAM (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

ROBERTSON, CRAIG (83) . HIGHLAND SPRINGS, VA 

ROBERTSON. JEANNIE (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

ROBERTSON, KRISTI (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

ROBERTSON, REEL (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

ROBINS, LISA (84) MARIETTA, GA 

ROBINSON, DANNY (84) LANCASTER, SC 

ROBINSON, DAVID (84) FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

ROBINSON, ERICH (85) MALROW CHARLESTON, SC 

ROBINSON, JIM (85) HICKORY, NC 

ROBINSON, LARRY F , JR. (85) KERSHAW, SC 

ROBINSON, KENNETH L. (84) GRANITEVILLE, SC 

ROBINSON, TAMMY (84) PITTSBURGH, PA 

ROBINSON. TOM (83) EASLEY, SC 

ROBISCH, ERIC (85) ROCKVILLE, MD 

ROBLE, KAREN (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

ROBULACK, JOHN (00) TORONTO ONTARIO, CA 

ROCKHOLT, ROBERT (83) AUGUSTA, GA 

ROE, LEEFA (85) ANDERSON, SC 

ROETTKER, WILLIAM (85) WAYNE, NJ 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



ROGERS, BECKY (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

ROGERS, BECKY (84) COLUMBIA. SC 

ROGERS. BOBBY (83) CLEMSON, SC 

ROGERS. BRAD (84) MULLINS. SC 

ROGERS. CHRISTOPHER (84) STONE MOUNTAIN, GA 
ROGERS. CURTIS (84) PENDLETON. SC 

ROGERS. DAVID (85) MARION, SC 

ROGERS, FOREST (83) GASTONIA, NC 

ROGERS, MARTIN (85) PICKEN, SC 

ROGERS, MARY (85) BEAUFORT, SC 

ROGERS. MATTHEWS (84) SUMTER, SC 

ROGERS, REX (85) ALBERMARLE, NC 

ROGERS, SANDY (85) MARION, SC 

ROGERS, TALITHA (83) TRAVELERS REST, SC 

ROGERS, TODD (85) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

ROLFE, RODNEY (83) .... MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

ROLFE, RONALD (83) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

ROLLINS, JANET (84) . CHARLESTON HEIGHTS, SC 

ROLLINS, PAM (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

ROLLINSON. CONNIE (85) ABBEVILLE. SC 

ROLWING. RUTH (84) DERWOOD. MD 

RONEY. GLYNIS (84) FLORENCE, SC 

RONEZ, DIONNE (85) MATTHEWS, NC 

ROOSA. LINDA (85) KENNETT SQUARE. PA 

ROPER. DAVID (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

ROSE, GENE (85) MANNING, SC 

ROSE, KEVIN (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

ROSE, MARY ALICE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

ROSEBOROUGH, BERNARD (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

ROSEUNLUND, BRAD (83) PARKERSBURG. WV 

ROSS, CRAIG (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

ROTHSCHILD. B. THOMAS (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

ROTHSCHILD. EDWARD T. (83) ELGIN, SC 

ROTHSCHILD. EDWIN (83) CHESTERFIELD, SC 

ROTHSCHILD, JOHNATHEN (83) CHARLESTON, SC 
ROTHSCHILD. LEWIS (83) HONOLULU. HA 

ROTHSCHILD, M. ALEXANDER (85) BETHESDA, MD 
ROTHSCHILD, R. BEATY (83) JOHNSTON, SC 

ROTHSCHILD, ROSWELL (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

ROUNTREE, RON (83) . CLEMSON, SC 

ROUSE, SUZANNE (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

ROWE. JAY (84) HEMMINGWAY, SC 

ROWE, SUE (83) MEDLOTHIAN, VA 

ROWELL, CALLA (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

ROWELL. JIM (83) ANDREWS. SC 

ROWLAND, ANNE (84) PENDLETON, SC 

ROWLEY, DARRYL (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

RUCZKO, SUZANNE (85) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 




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494 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



RUE-SCH 




RUEHLE. JOHN (85) SUMTER, SC 

RUFF, JOHN (83) RIEGEWAY, SC 

RUMPH. G. KIRKLAND (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

RUNGE, MICHEAL (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

RUNNION, JOHN (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

RUPP. BILL (85) CLEMSON, SC 

RUPP. LISA (85) CLEMSON, SC 

RUSH. ALAN (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

RUSS. FRANK (83) CHARLESTON. SC 

RUSSELL, ELIZABETH (83) EDISTO ISLAND, SC 

RUSSELL. ROBERT (85) SUMTER, SC 

RUSSELL, SHERI JANE (84) WARE SHOALS, SC 

RUSSELL, STEPHEN K (85) SUMTER. SC 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM H. (84) HORNELL, NY 

RUSSETT. ERIC P. (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

RUTLAND. HENRY. Ill (83) ORANGEBURG, SC 

RUTLAND, STEVEN W. (84) ORANGEBURG, SC 

RUZBACKI. TIM (83) ROSWELL, GA 

SADLOWSKI, GINGER (85) EASLEY. SC 

SAMPLE, DAVID D (85) BELVEDERE. SC 

SAMPLE. LINDA (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

SAMS, JIM (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

SANDERS. BRADFORD M (84) CORAL SPRINGS. FL 
SANDERS. DIANE (83) CHARLESTON. SC 

SANDERS, LAURA (84) HANAHAN, SC 

SANDERS, LISA (85) CORDOVA. SC 

SANDERS, RHONDA (84) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SANDIFER. LYNN (85) FLORENCE, SC 

SANDIFER, STEVE (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

SANOBARA. HASAN M CLEMSON, SC 

SAPP, LORI (85) ROCK HILL. SC 

SARGENT. LAURA (85) .' GREENVILLE, SC 

SARGENT, ROMAINE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

SARRATT, JANET (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

SARVER, GREGG (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

SARVIS, TERESA (84) CONWAY, SC 

SATTERWHITE, ANNE (83) SALISBURY, NC 

SAUCIER, PHILLIP (84) AIKEN, SC 

SAVAGE, DEBORAH (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

SAVAS, PAUL (85) DUMONT, NJ 

SAVERANCE, ROBERT (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

SAWYER, DANA POMPTON PLAINS, N.J. 

SCAGGS, KYLE (85) N. AUGUSTA, SC 

SCARBOROUGH, WILLIAM (83) EASTOVER, SC 

SCARLETT, SUSAN (84) HILTON HEAD ISL, SC 

SCHAACK, KARL (83) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

SCHAAF, JOHN D., JR. (84) SUMTER, SC 

SCHACHNER, DEBBIE (83) CHARLOTTE. NC 



495 



SCH-SHA 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



SCHAFER, CINDY (85) GASTON. SC 

SCHARFE. BEVERLY (85) AIKEN, SC 

SCHARFE. BRENDA (83) AIKEN, SC 

SCHATZ. JULIE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

SCHILLER, DEBBIE (85) SUMTER, SC 

SCHLOSSMAN, PETER (85) GLENCOE, IL 

SCHLOTTMAN, GUENTER (85) BOONTON, NJ 

SCHNITZLER, FREDRICK (83) SOUTH SALEM. NY 

SCHONER. ARTHUR (84) VIENNA, VA 

SCHRAIBMAN. GARY (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

SCHROEDER, JEANNE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

SCHULTZ. GARY E . JR (84) AIKEN, SC 

SCHUMAN. SUZANNE (84) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

SCHWARTZ, MILTON (83) SUMTER, SC 

SCHWARZ, CATHY (84) SHORE HILE, NJ 

SCHWARZ. RICK (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

SCHWEERS. HENRY D. (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 
SCOTT. BRIAN (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SCOTT. DAVID EDWARD (83) SUMTER, SC 

SCOTT, JACKIE (83) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SCRIBNA. BILL LAMSON (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

SCURRY. DALE (84) CHAPPELLS, SC 

SEABROCK, MARY (83) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

SEABROOK. MELANIE (85) GASTONIA, NC 

SEABROOK, WILLIAM (84) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

SEARLE, DONALD (85) MICKLETON, NJ 

SEASE, TODD (85) WEST COLUMBIA. SC 

SEAVER. ART (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

SEAY, DAVID (84) KINGSPORT, TN 

SEAY. JIMMY (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

SEAY, JOE (83) CAMPOBELLO, SC 

SEEL, DEBBIE (85) ANDERSON, SC 

SEIBEL, PHILIP SCOTT (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

SEIFERT, WESLEY (84) CAMPOBELLO, SC 

SEITZ, SANDY (84) CLOVER, SC 

SELICE, PAUL, III (83) ANDERSON, SC 

SELIG, STUART (83) SENECA, SC 

SELLERS, BO (84) CHERAW. SC 

SELLERS, JERRY (83) . .CLEMSON, SC 

SELLERS, ROSELYN G. (83) . . CLEMSON, SC 

SELSOR, J QUINN (83) CORNALLIS, OR 

SESSIONS. JEAN (85) MARIETTA, GA 

SETTLEMYER, KERRY (84) CHESTER, SC 

SEWELL, SHERI (85) ROAKOKE, VA 

SHADDEN. JOE (85) CARTERSVILLE, GA 

SHANK, DAVID (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

SHANK, KELLY (85) MARION, SC 

SHANNON, KEVIN (83) HOCKESSIN, DE 




4% 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



SHA-SIM 



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SHARP. MARK ALAN (83) ROCHESTER, NY 

SHARPE, AMELIA J. (83) BURLINGTON, NC 

SHARPE. RYNN (85) LEXINGTON. SC 

SHARRETT. KEN (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SHAW. CECILIA (84) COLUMBIA. SC 

SHAW. JANE ALLISON (83) MOORE. SC 

SHAW. LINDA (83) ATLANTA. GA 

SHAW. LISA (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

SHEALY, AL (84) CAMDEN, SC 

SHEALY, BRIAN (85) GREENVILLE. SC 

SHEALY, WANDA (83) LITTLE MTN., SC 

SHEFFIELD, DAVID (85) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

SHEHEEN, LAURA (85) CAMDEN, SC 

SHELLEY, WILLIAM (84) MARION, SC 

SHELTON. JEFFREY (84) NORTH CHARLESTON, SC 

SHELTON, JOHN (85) ATLANTA, GA 

SHEPHERD. DAWN (84) LEXINGTON, SC 

SHEPHERD. JUDITH (85) . . . BEALS DEN. SCOTLAND 

SHEPHERD, RONNIE (84) RICHBURG. SC 

SHEPPARD. PAM (85) EASLEY. SC 

SHERARD. R. CALVERT (83) . CALHOUN CALLS. SC 

SHERWOOD. TAMMY (83) GREENVILLE. SC 

SHIEDER. MELISSA J. (83) HARLEYVILLE, SC 

SHIELDS. BILL (84) ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY 

SHIPES. SCOTT (84) WILLISTON, SC 

SHIPES. STEVEN (84) WILLISTON, SC 

SHIRLEY, BILL (83) PELZER. SC 

SHIRLEY. MIKE (84) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

SHIVAR, ELIZABETH (84) ST. STEPHEN. SC 

SHIVAR, SHELLY (83) CHARLOTTE, NC 

SHIVELY, CHIP (84) DUNWOODY, GA 

SHIVELY, MARCIE (83) CLEMSON, SC 

SHIVERS, DONNA (83) SWANEE, SC 

SHOOK, DANIEL L. (83) ANDERSON, SC 

SHORTZ. JIM (84) LANSING, Ml 

SHUKRI. ZAIHAN (83) WEST MALAYSIA 

SHULL, KENT (85) WEST COLUMBIA. SC 

SHULL, LORETTA (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

SHUMAKE. BROOKS (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

SHUTTLESWORTH. SUSAN (85) . SHILLINGTON, PA 
SHVEIMA. MARY (85) BIG PINE KEY, FL 
SIFFORD. KIM (83) GREENVILLE. SC 

SIGLER. TOM (85) WYCKOFF, NJ 

SIKES. RONALD (85) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

SILL. ANGIE (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

SIMKINS, ROBERT (84) FLORENCE, SC 

SIMMONS, DAVID (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SIMMONS, HENRY (83) ANDERSON, SC 



497 



SIM-SMI 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



SIMMONS, IJEFFERY (84) ATLANTA, GA 

SIMMONS. KEITH (85) LAURENS, SC 

SIMMONS. MICHAEL J. (84) FLORENCE, SC 

SIMMONS. MICHELE (83) EASLEY, SC 

SIMMONS. MICHELLE (85) LADSON, SC 

SIMMONS. STEVE (83) UNION, SC 

SIMMS, DAVID (85) LYMAN, SC 

SIMPKINS, SCOTT (85) WOODRUFF, SC 

SIMPSON, DANE (85) EASLEY, SC 

SIMPSON, J. ROGER (85) . . OAKVILLE, ONTARIO CA 

SIMPSON, JANE (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

SIMPSON, MICKEY (85) WESTMINSTER, SC 

SIMPSON, RACHEL (84) CLINTON. SC 

SIMPSON, STANLEY (84) STEWART. FL 

SIMRIL, ROBERT (85) YORK, SC 

SIMS. ROBIN (83) CAMDEN. SC 

SINEATH. SANDRA (85) HANAHAN, SC 

SINGLETON. ELIZABETH (84) . . . MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

SINGLETON, JOHN (84) ANDERSON, SC 

SINGLETON. LINDA (84) CHARLESTON HEIGHTS, SC 

SINK, DONNA (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

SINT, BILLY (83) THE NETHERLANDS 

SIPE, CHRIS (85) AIKEN, SC 

SISK, CARLA (85) MT. AIRY, GA 

SISSEL, LESA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

SKELLEY, MARY (84) CLEMSON, SC 

SKELTON. CHARLES (84) CLEMSON, SC 

SKELTON, JOHN (83) ANDERSON. SC 

SKELTON, LEIGH ANNE (83) CLEMSON, SC 

SKEWS, AUDREY (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

SKEY, DEBRA DIANNE (83) GREER, SC 

SKINNER, ANNE (84) AIKEN, SC 

SKINNER. JEFFREY (84) . CHARLOTTE, NC 

SKINNER. KELLY (84) ATLANTA, GA 

SLATON, DALE (84) ANDERSON. SC 

SLAYTON, BARB (83) CHERRY HILL. NJ 

SLOAN, T.R. (85) AIKEN. SC 

SLUDER, RONNIE (85) . YORK, SC 

SMALL. SHERRI (85) SURFSIDE BEACH, SC 

SMEDLEY. LISA (83) OUANTERO, VA 

SMIGAY. LAURA (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

SMITH. ALLEN (85) . APPOMATTOX. VA 

SMITH, ANNETTE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

SMITH. BETSY (83) MFCHANICSVILLE, VA 

SMITH, BRAD (85) . ANDERSON, SC 

Ml I H. BRADLEY (85) . AIKEN. SC 

SMITH, BRYAN (84) ROCK Hll I. SC 

SMITH. CAMERON (84) HOPKINS, SC 




498 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



SMI-SNO 




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SMITH, CHARLIE (85) RHODESDALE, MD 

SMITH, CINDY (84) HILTON HEAD, SC 

SMITH, CYNTHIA (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

SMITH, DAVID (85) DAYTON, OH 

SMITH. DAVID F. (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

SMITH, DEBBIE (85) FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

SMITH, DENISE (83) WALTERBORO, SC 

SMITH, DONNA (85) WARE SHOALS, SC 

SMITH, DRESDEN (85) PAMPHILO, SC 

SMITH, GREG (84) ANDERSON. SC 

SMITH, GREGORY (85) PAWLEYS ISLAND. SC 
SMITH. GREGORY (84) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

SMITH, H ALLISON (85) MARSHVILLE, NC 

SMITH. JAMES (84) TRENTON, SC 

SMITH, JAMES MICHAEL (83) MCCORMICK, SC 

SMITH, JAN (85) ANDERSON, SC 

SMITH, JOY (84) SALUDA, SC 

SMITH, KIM (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

SMITH, KIRK (84) EASLEY, SC 

SMITH, LAURA (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

SMITH, LINDA A (85) GREER, SC 

SMITH, LISA (85) SALUDA, SC 

SMITH, LISA (83) SUMTER, SC 

SMITH, LORI (85) WINTER PARK, FL 

SMITH, LORI (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

SMITH, MICHAEL (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

SMITH, MICHAEL (84) ANDERSON, SC 

SMITH, ORAN (85) GREER, SC 

SMITH, PAUL M. (85) DELAND FL 

SMITH, ROBERT (84) GREER, SC 

SMITH, ROBIN (85) ANDERSON, SC 

SMITH, ROBIN (84) YORK, SC 

SMITH, ROY DAVIS (83) BATESBURG, SC 

SMITH, RUTH (85) BOYNTON BEACH, FL 

SMITH, SHERI (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

SMITH, SHERRY L (83) ANDERSON, SC 

SMITH, SONDRA (85) . . SPARTANBURG. SC 

SMITH, TAY (84) CLEMSON. SC 

SMITH, WADE (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

SMITH, WILLIAM B. (85) KINARDS, SC 

SMOAK, SHARON E. (84) PIEDMONT, SC 

SMOLEY, DAVID (85) ROCKVILLE, MD 

SNEAD, LORI (85) CLINTON, SC 

SNELL, F. WOODY (84) DALTON, GA 

SNIDER, WENDY (84) ANDERSON, SC 

SNIPES, ELIZABETH K (84) HARTSVILLE, SC 

SNIPES, JAMES (85) CHARLESTON, SC 
SNOW. NANCY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 



499 



SOB-STE 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



SOBOCINSKI, DONALD (84) PITTSBURGH, PA 

SOJOURNER, DAVID C. (83) ST. GEORGE, SC 

SOLESBEE, JODY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

SOLOMONS, BOBBY (84) ALLENDALE, SC 

SOLOMONS, GIBSON (83) ALLENDALE. SC 

SOMERS, ED (84) DUNWOODY, GA 

SONS, REBECCA (85) LEXINGTON, SC 

SORRELLS, ANTHONY (83) EASLEY, SC 

SOTAK, JOHN (85) NORTH HUNTINGTON, PA 

SOWELL, M BAXTER, JR. (83) . ORANGEBURG, SC 

SPECHT, RANDY (84) MAULDIN, SC 

SPEIGHT. STACEY (85) LEESVILLE, SC 

SPENCE, STEPHANIE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

SPENCER, CURTIS M (83) SUMTER, SC 

SPISAK, DALE (83) FT. WASHINGTON, MD 

SPITZER. BILL (85) TAYLORS, SC 

SPITZER, JEFF (85) TAYLORS, SC 

SPITZMILLER, AMY (84) FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 

SPIVY, DEDE (85) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

SPRAWLS, RICHARD (83) FLORENCE, SC 

SPROLES, PAM (85) HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

SPRUILL. JANE (84) CLINTON. SC 

STACHELEK, RICHARD (85) PARKRIDGE, IL 

STADALSKY, RONNIE (85) CAMPOBELLO, SC 

STAGE, ROBYN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

STALEY, MELISSA (84) GREENWOOD, SC 

STALL, ELIZABETH (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

STALL, SALLY (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

STALLINGS. CHRISTY (84) CAMDEN, SC 

STALNAKER, DAVID (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

STANCIL, DEANNA (83) SENECA, SC 

STANLEY, LISA ANN (85) CLARKSTON, GA 

STANRIDGE. TOMMY (85) ANDERSON. SC 

STANSELL, KEITH (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

STANSELL, LESLEY KAY (85) LIBERTY, SC 

STASER. ROBIN JOY (83) DALLAS, TX 

STAYTON, BEVERLY (83) CHERRY HILL. NJ 

STEBBINS, LESLIE ANNE (85) ATLANTA. GA 

STEED. LAURIE C. (84) ATHENS, GA 

STEELE, GEORGE (85) TAYLORS, SC 

STEEN, ELIZABETH ANN (83) UNION. SC 

STEIGEWALD. ROBERT (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

STELLWAGEN, J. DAVID (00) SACRAMENTO, CA 

STENHOUSE, CYNTHIA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

STEPHAN, MARK (83) CLIFTON, NJ 

STEPHENS, CHRIS (84) . GAFFNEY, SC 

STEPHENS. DONNA LEIGH (85) BELTON. SC 

STEPHENS, FRANKIE (85) DILLON. SC 




500 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



STE-STR 





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STEPHENS, JOHN H. (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

STEPHENS. MARK (84) ANDERSON, SC 

STEPHENS, SAM (83) ST. GEORGE, SC 

STEPHENS, WILLIAM (85) HOUSTON, TX 

STEPHENS, WILLIAM D. (84) WALHALLA, SC 

STEPHENSON, JOE (85) WINNSBORO, SC 

STEPHENSON. YVONNE (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

STEPPE, JOHNA (83) MILL SPRING, NC 

STEVENS, GLENN (83) BELTON, SC 

STEVENSON, TAMARA (85) TIMPLE HILLS. MD 

STEWARD. SHARON L. (83) PINEVILLE, SC 

STEWART. BILL (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

STEWART. CHARLES (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

STEWART, DIANA (85) BLACKVILLE, SC 

STEWART, DIANE P. (85) TAYLORS, SC 

STEWART. GIL (84) PICKENS, SC 

STEWART, JANE (85) FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

STEWART. JOHN (85) GROSSE POINTE, Ml 

STEWART, LYNN (00) LANDRUM, SC 

STEWART, MEGAN (85) ORANGE PARK, FL 

STEWART, MIRIAM (84) WINSBORO, SC 

STEWART, MITZI (83) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

STEWART, SALLY (84) STONE MOUNTAIN. GA 

STEWART, STEPHEN ALAN (84) FT PIERCE, FL 

STILL, MELINDA (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

STILL, ROBERT (84) CHERRYVILLE, NC 

STILL, VANESSA (84) KINGSPORT, TN 

STILLWELL, BROOKE (85) SIX MILE, SC 

STIVERS, MARGARET (83) BOULDER CITY, NV 

STODDARD, GENE (85) GRAY COURT. SC 

STODDARD. KENNETH (85) ANDERSON, SC 

STODDARD, SCOTT (85) LARENS, SC 

STONE, DEBORAH (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

STONE, DONALD (83) ANDERSON, SC 

STONE. THOM (84) ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

STOREY, KARLA (83) MCCORMICK. SC 

STOUDEMIRE, BETH (85) LAMAR, SC 

STOUDEMIRE, CAROL (83) CHAPIN, SC 

STOUDEMIRE, DALE (85) CHAPIN, SC 

STOUDENMIRE, BETH (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

STOVALL, STEVE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

STOWE, TAMMY (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

STRANGE, WARREN (85) SUMTER, SC 

STRAWHORN, WANDA (83) HONEA PATH, SC 

STREATER, BURT (84) STONE MOUNTAIN, GA 

STRICKLAND, CARNITA (85) ANDERSON, SC 

STRICKLAND, EDDIE (85) TIMMONSVILLE, SC 

STRINGER, MICHAEL (85) LAURENS. SC 



501 



STR-TAR 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



STRINGER, WILLIAM K. (85) ANDERSON, SC 

STROCK. LOU ELLEN (84) CLINTON, SC 

STROM, MARK (83) CLEMSON, SC 

STROM. STEPHEN L. (85) CLEMSON, SC 

STRONG, MELANIE (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

STROUD, JIMMY (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

STUART. KENNEDY (85) BARTOW, FL 

STUCK, DOUGLAS (84) POMARIA, SC 

STUREON, MARY (84) ORANGEBURG, SC 

STURGILL. BRENDA (83) ANDERSON, SC 

SUBLETTE, RENEE (84) SUMTER, SC 

SUDDETH, TIM (83) INMAN, SC 

SUDDUTH, DAVID B. (84) CLEMSON, SC 

SUDOL, JOE (84) CHESTER, SC 

SUGAR. ROBERT (84) WANTAGH. NY 

SUGGS. STEVE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

SULLIVAN, ALAN (85) LOGANVILLE, GA 

SULLIVAN, GREGORY (84) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

SULLIVAN, PAM (85; LAURENS. SC 

SUMMER, JAMES (85) LITTLE MOUNTAIN, SC 

SUMMER. RHONDA (83 ENOREE, SC 

SUMMERVILLE. ROBIN (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

SURRATT. DAVID (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

SUTER. YVONNE (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

SUTHERLAND, B. MARK (85) TAYLORS. SC 

SUTHERLAND. HOLLY (85) ANDERSON, SC 

SUTHERLAND, SUSAN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

SWAFFORD. STEPHEN S. (84) EASLEY, SC 

SWANCY, KAREN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

SWANCY, MARK DAMIAN (83) . SPARTANBURG, SC 

SWANNER, JAMES (84) ST. LEWIS, MO 

SWARTZ. GREGG MATTHEW (85) . . . LITCHFIELD, CT 

SWARTZ, ROGER (85) NEWINGTON, CT 

SWARTZEL. STAN (84) HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

SWEATT. CHRISTOPHER (85) BENNETTSVILLE, SC 

SWEATT. JIMMIE (83) . BENNETTSVILLE, SC 



SWETENBURG, ADA (84) CLINTON. SC 

SWYGERT. KIM (85) . . . . GREENWOOD, SC 

SWYGERT, TERRY (84) WEST COLUMBIA. SC 

SYKES, SHELLY (85) WHEATON, MD 

SYNA, STEPHANIE (85) ATLANTA, GA 

SZOKE, ANNA MARIE (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

SZYMANSKI, ELIZABETH (83) INMAN, SC 

TAGLER, CHRISTA (85) BOWIE. MD 

TALBERT, JOEY (84) COl UMBIA, SC 

TANNER. DARREN (83) HFMMINGWAY. SC 

TANOUARY. AMY J (83) NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ 

TARAKJI, GHASSAN CLEMSON, SC 








502 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



TAT-THO 




TATE, RUSSELL (84) ANDERSON SC 

TAYLOR, ALISA (85) ANDERSON, SC 

TAYLOR. CALVIN T. (85) LOUISVILLE, KY 

TAYLOR, DANNY (83) ANDERSON, SC 

TAYLOR, DAVID A. (84) CLINTON, SC 

TAYLOR, DAVID MERRILL (84) BREVARD, NC 

TAYLOR, JAMIE (84) CLINTON, SC 

TAYLOR, JEFF (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

TAYLOR, ROBERT WAYNE, JR. (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

TAYLOR, SAMMIE, JR. (83) REMBERT, SC 

TAYLOR, KATHRYN (83) ORANGEBURG, SC 

TAYLOR, KIM (84) CAMDEN. SC 

TAYLOR. MARK (84) INMAN, SC 

TAYLOR, MICHAEL (83) GLENDALE, SC 

TAYLOR. ROBERT (83) GRAY COURT, SC 

TAYLOR. SAMMY (85) GAFFNEY, SC 

TAYLOR, SUSAN (83) ANDERSON, SC 

TAYLOR. TED (85) PENDLETON, SC 

TAYLOR, TODD S. (85) GREENWOOD, SC 

TAYLOR, TOM (84) . CHERAW, SC 

TEAGUE. LEE (85) GREENSBORO, NC 

TEAGUE. SHERRI (84) SLATER, SC 

TEAL, GREG (84) CENTRAL, SC 

TEASTER, RAYMOND (83) . SUMMERVILLE, SC 

TENER, MAUREEN (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

TENNYSON, DONNA (84) . . ROCK HILL, SC 

TERRY, CURTIS (84) SANDY SPRINGS, SC 

TERRY, JOHN (85) CLEMSON, SC 

TERRY, JOY (83) WANGENER, SC 

TERRY, MICHAEL (84) NEW ELLENTON, SC 

THEIL, BRIAN (83) LITLTZ, PA 

THEILING, GLEN (84) WALHALLA, SC 

THIEL, SUSAN (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

THIRLWELL. JANET (85) CHAPIN, SC 

THOMAS, AMY (85) . HUDSON, OH 

THOMAS, BETH (85) VERO BEACH. FL 

THOMAS, DENNIS (85) CLEMSON, SC 

THOMAS, FRANK (83) SUMTER, SC 

THOMAS. JANET (83) EASLEY, SC 

THOMAS, JOY (85) HICKORY, NC 

THOMAS, REID (84) SENECA, SC 

THOMAS, STEVE (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

THOMASON, MELINDA (83) INDY, IN 

THOMPSON. ADRIAN W. (84) TRAVELERS REST, SC 

THOMPSON, BETH (84) LANCASTER, SC 

THOMPSON. CHRIS (84) PENDLETON, SC 

THOMPSON, DIANE (83) PELZER, SC 

THOMPSON. FRANK F. (84) CLEMSON, SC 



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THO-TOW 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



THOMPSON, JANE (85) HEATH SPRINGS, SC 

THOMPSON, JULIE (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

THOMPSON, KAY (84) CLEMSON, SC 

THOMPSON, RICK (85) GREENSBORO, NC 

THOMPSON, SHELIA (84) EASLEY, SC 

THOMPSON, TOURE (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

THOMSON. LAUREN (85) ANDERSON, SC 

THORNE, CHUCK (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

THORNTON. CHRISTY (85) GREER, SC 

THRASH, MARIA (83) DECATUR, GA 

THRIFT, KEN (83) ANDERSON, SC 

THROWER, JAY (85) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

THURSTON. TERI (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

TILGHMAN, CRAIG (85) JOPPA, MD 

TILLMAN, SUSAN (84) HANAHAN, SC 

TIMBERLANE, CHRIS (84) BOGART, GA 

TIMMERMAN, BETH (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

TIMMERMAN, ED (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

TIMMERMAN. MARIAN (85) CHAPLIN. SC 

TIMMONS, TERRI (83) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

TINDAL, JENNI (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

TINSLEY, ALICE (83) FOUNTAIN INN, SC 

TISDALE, BERNARD (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

TISDALE, MARY (84) MT. PLESANT, SC 

TISDALE, RICHARD (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

TISDALE, SUZIE (83) WAYNESBORO. VA 

TITUS. JILL (83) ROCHESTER, NY 

TOATLEY, TERENCE (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

TODD, DANIEL (83) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 

TODD, JANE (84) SALUDA, SC 

TODD, JOHN (84) ATLANTA, GA 

TODD, MELISHA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

TODD, ROBERT (85) ANDERSON, SC 

TODD, TIM (85) WALHALLA, SC 

TODT, MIKE (85) MYRTLE BEACH A.F.B. 

TOLBERT, WAYNE (83) WILLISTON, SC 

TOLLISON, MARK (84) BELVADERER, SC 

TOLLIVER, STACI (83) EASLEY, SC 

TOLSON. ANNA MARIE (85) LYNCHBURG, SC 

TOMASZEWSKI, JIM (85) SCHENECTADY. NY 

TOMLINSON, VICKI (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

TOMPKINS, RICHARD SIMS (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

TONEY, GREG (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

TOOLE, GARY (85) WARRENVILLE, SC 

TOOMEY, MARSHA (85) KINGSPORT, TN 

TORLAY, STEVEN W. (83) MT PLEASANT, SC 

TOTHEROW, KEVIN (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

TOWNSEND, AUSTIN (83) LIBERTY, SC 





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504 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



TOW-TSE 









TOWNSEND, DONNA (83) TAMPA, FL 

TOWNSEND, FA. (85) AIKEN, SC 

TOWNSEND. LINDSAY (85) LIBERTY, SC 

TRAKAS, DEAN (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

TRAMMEL, JOHN (83) DUNCAN, SC 

TRAMMEL, MICHAEL (85) DUNCAN, SC 

TRASK, ROBERT (85) BURTON, SC 

TRAYLOR, DEBRA (83) MACON, GA 

TRAYLOR, RUTHIE (83) MACON, GA 

TRAYNHAM, CATHY J. (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

TRAYNUM, LISA (85) PENDLETON, SC 

TRENT, JAMES (84) CLEMSON, SC 

TRIBBLE, JOHN R. (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

TRINGALI, NANCY (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

TRIPP, ANDREW (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

TROTMAN, MICHAEL (83) GREENWOOD, SC 

TROTTER, CINDY (84) LIBERTY, SC 

TROTTER, KELLY (84) ANDERSON, SC 

TROTTER, LAWRENCE A. (85) CENTRAL, SC 

TROTTER. MICHAEL (85) LA GRANCE, GA 

TROY, R. TALBOT (84) MONROE, LA 

TRUAX. PATRICIA ANN (83) DILLION, SC 

TRUSKEY, JAMES (85) GREER, SC 

TSE, MAI LING (85) MYRTLE BEACH, SC 




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TUC-VAN 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



TUCK, RUSSELL (85) ABBEVILLE. SC 

TUCKER. ALLEN (84) SIMPSONVILLE. SC 

TUCKER. DAVID (85) CAMDEN. SC 

TUCKER. DAWN (85) WALTERBORO. SC 

TUCKER. TIMOTHY (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

TUCKER, TOD (83) WALTERBORO. SC 

TUMBOLI. LISA (84) CHARLESTON. SC 

TUMLIN. MATTHEW (84) ROCK HILL. SC 

TUPPER. GEORGE (83) SUMMERVILLE. SC 

TURNAGE. BARBARA (83) LONGWOOD, FL 

TURNAGE. BRENDA (85) LONGWOOD, FL 

TURNER, BILL (84) WINNSBORO, SC 

TURNER. CHRIS (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

TURNER, HAROLD (85) MAYESVILLE, SC 

TURNER. HELEN R. (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

TURNER. JOHN E (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

TURNER, JULIE L. (85) HARLEYVILLE, SC 

TURNER, KATHY RENEE (84) MEDFORD, NJ 

TURNER. LESLIE (84) FORT MILL, SC 

TURNER, LISA (85) NEWBERRY, SC 

TURNER, MARK (84) TRAVELERS REST, SC 

TURNER, MILLIE (84) INMAN, SC 

TURNER. RICHARD (83) HARLEYVILLE, SC 

TURNER, SCOTT (85) PICKENS, SC 

TURNER. SHIRLEY (85) ..CAMDEN, SC M Wk Ak^l 

FURNER, TONY (84) ... SIMPSONVILLE, SC W I |S \ 

TURPIN. JOEL (85) CHARLOTTE, NC V W \i? 

TUTEN, REBECCA (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC ^ r J^ V_ 

TYLER, HERB (83) COLUMBIA, SC H| 

TYNDALL, PAULA (84) ASHEVILLE, NC W 

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ULMER. KEVIN (85) . . BRUNSON, SC 

ULMER. LAURIE S. (83) ELLOREE. SC 

ULMER. NICK (83) BRUNSON. SC 

UNDERBERG, TERRI (85) HARTSVILLE, SC 

UNGER, KATHY (84) NORTH CANTON, OH 

UPDIKE, JEFF (84) FORT MILL, SC 

UPP, DAVID T. (83) FAIRFAX, VA 

URISKO, DOUGLAS H.J. (83) FRANKLIN LAKES, NJ 

USRY, GEORGE GREGORY (85) ATHENS, TN 

USSERY, TRACE (85) GREER, SC 

VALDES, KATHY (85) MAULDIN, SC 

VALENTINE, ANGELA D. (85) UNION, SC 

VALK, MAUREEN (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

VAN HORN, SUZANNE (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

VAN STEYN. SHARON (84) HANAHAN, SC 

VAN WIRT, PETER MADISON (83) LULING, LA 

VANDERHFYDEN. MIKE (85) CLEMSON, SC 

VANDERHOOF, RICHARD, JR. (85) 

SHAKER HEIGHTS, OH 




506 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



VAN-WAN 




VANLAEKE, MARK (85) LAKE BLUFF, IL 

VANMETER, ROXANNE (84) . MT. PLEASANT, SC 

VARALLA, KAREN (85) DECATOR, GA 

VARN, JANIE LOU (85) ORANGEBURG, SC 

VAUGHAN, JAY (85) MAULDIN, SC 

VAUGHN, JIMMY (85) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

VAUGHT, DEBBIE (85) GALIVANTS FERRY, SC 

VELKY, PAUL (84) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

VENABLE, STEPHANIE (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

VERNON, JIM (85) DARLINGTON, SC 

VERNON. PATRICIA (84) DARLINGTON, SC 

VERROI, MICHAEL (84) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

VEZINA. MIKE (85) DUNWOODY. GA 

VICKERY. WILLIAM H . JR. (84) . SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

VIERING, ELAINE (84) UNION, SC 

VILLAROSA. DAVID (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

VILLEPONTEAUX, JAMES, III (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 
VIRTUE. MARK (85) MADDISON, CT 

VOEGELEIN. JACKIE (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

VOIGT. GLENDA LEE (84) CLEVELAND, SC 

VOLK, H. MAX (84) INMAN, SC 

VUCISH, TRACY (85) AIKEN, SC 

WADDELL, CHERYL (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WADDLE, ANN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WAGGONER, SCOTT (85) ATLANTA, GA 

WAKIM, JOANNE (85) CORAL SPRINGS, FL 

WALDHAUER, KURT (83) BURTON, SC 

WALDROP, DENNIS (00) GREENWOOD, SC 

WALKER, ANN (84) GRIFFIN, GA 

WALKER, JOHN (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

WALKER, MATTHEW (84) MT PLESANT, SC 

WALL, JOHN (84) SUMTER, SC 

WALL, LARRY (83) NEWBERRY, SC 

WALLACE, JACK (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WALLACE, JAMES (83) SUMTER, SC 

WALLACE, JEFFREY (85) FAIRPORT, NY 

WALLACE, LESLIE C. (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

WALLACE, SUSAN (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

WALSH, GERALD (85) HAMPTON, SC 

WALSH, KATHY (83) FORT WASHINGTON, MD 

WALSH, LAURIE (84) FLORENCE, SC 

WALSH, MONICA (85) SOUTHHAMPTON, NY 

WALSH, SHERRI (83) FLORENCE, SC 

WALTERS, JOCELYN (85) SALISBURY, NC 

WALTERS, JULIE (85) LANCASTER, SC 

WALTON, MARK (85) WEST PALM BEACH, FL 

WANNAMAKER, KEITT (85) ST. MATTHEWS, SC 

WANNAMAKER, MARGARET (85) CLEMSON, SC 



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WAR-WEL 



WARD. MICHAEL (85) LADSON, SC 

WARE. RICHARD (85) GREENVILLE. SC 

WARENIK, VICTORIA L. (83) MILLEDGEVILLE, GA 

WARNOCK. ROBERT TODD (85) CAMDEN, SC 

WARR. WADE (83) SUMTER, SC 

WARREN. JOHN (85) EAST GRAND RAPIDS. Ml 



WARREN. WALLY (85) GOOSE CREEK, SC 

WARTHEN. BRUCE (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WASH, GARY (83) EDGEFIELD. SC 

WASHINGTON, GLENN (83) ROCK HILL, SC 

WASHINGTON, KEITH (84) LAKE LURE, NC 

WASSERMAN, DEBORAH (85) ROCKAWAY. NJ 



WATFORD. BETSY (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

WATFORD. SHEILA (84) LAMAR, SC 

WATKINS. J. KENNETH (83) GOOSE CREEK, SC 

WATKINS, STANLEY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WATKINS. WILLIAM (83) EUTAWVILLE, SC 

WATSON. CARLOTTA (84) JACKSONVILLE, FL 



WATSON, DALE (85) EASLEY, SC 

WATSON, GREGORY (85) LIBERTY, SC 

WATSON, JAY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

WATSON, MICHAEL (84) HANAHAN, SC 

WATSON. RANDY (84) BRANDON, FL 

WATT. CATHERINE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 



WATTS. LISA (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

WAYLETT. DODY (85) .... DARLINGTON, SC 

WEAVER. LANDACE (84) TIMMONSVILLE, SC 

WEBB. GEORGE L. Ill (83) BARNWELL, SC 

WEBB. CAROLINE (85) CHARLOTTE. NC 

WEBB. DOUGLAS (85) KINGSTON, TX 



WEBB, JOAN (84) SALLY, SC 

WEBB, WESLEY (85) ALCOLU, SC 

WEBBER, TIM (83) SPARTANBURG. SC 

WEBER, KAREN (85) WEST CHESTER, PA 

WEED, JERRY (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

WEED, JOSEPH (85) CHARLESTON, SC 



WEGIEREK, LES (83) . SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

WEGNER, SANDY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

WEIGMAN, REBECCA (83) ASHEVILLE, NC 

WEISENSEE, ANNE (85) SIOUX FALLS. SD 

WEISS, PATRICIA (83) WAYNE, NJ 

WEISS, STARR (85) GREENVILLE, SC 



WEITNAUER, M. TATUM (84) . DECATUR GA 

WEITZEL, JULIA (84) . . . . PITTSBURGH, PA 

WELBORN, WESLEY. JR. (83) ANDERSON, SC 

WELBORN, KIM (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WELBORN, MARY (83) WEST UNION, SC 

WELBORN, S. DIANE (85) WEST UNION SC 



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508 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



WEL-WHI 




WELCH, LISA (85) CHESTER, VT 

WELLS, DAVID W. (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

WELLS, NANCI (83) PICKENS, SC 

WELLS, SUZANNE (84) TAYLORS, SC 

WELLS, WILLIAM (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

WELSH, LISA (84) BELVEDERE, SC 

WELSH, TOD (85) MT. PLEASANT, SC 

WELSON. GREGG (85) CHARLESTON, SC 

WERBER, CYNTHIA (84) ROCKVILLE, MD 

WERTZ, ALAN (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

WEST, BRIAN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WEST, CHERYL (83) CAMDEN, SC 

WEST, FRED EARLE. Ill (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

WEST. W.D., JR. (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WEST, MICHAEL (84) KERSHAW, SC 

WEST, MICHAEL DAVID (83) BOWMAN, SC 

WEST, ROBERT (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WEST, ROBERT (83) VANA, SC 

WEST. STEVE (84) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WEST, TAMMY (00) ANDERSON, SC 

WESTBROOK, ALEX (84) MONTICELLO, SC 

WESTBURY, CARLOTTA (83) HOLLY HILL, SC 

WESTON. DON MAURICE (85) CHARLESTON. SC 

WHALEY, CINDY (83) FLORENCE, SC 

WHELCHEL, MARK (85) COWPENS, SC 

WHELPLEY, LAURNE (84) ATLANTA. GA 

WHETSELL, JENNIFER (85) BOWMAN, SC 

WHITE. BRENDA (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

WHITE. CHARLIE (85) LIBERTY, NC 

WHITE, DAVID (83) DEKALB, IL 

WHITE, DAVID (83) ANDERSON, SC 

WHITE, DWAYNE (84) MARION, SC 

WHITE, J. P. (85) BLUEFIELD. VA 

WHITE. JAMES (83) DURHAM, NC 

WHITE, JEFFREY R (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

WHITE, KARYN (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

WHITE, KATHERINE (84) JACKSON, MS 

WHITE, M SUSAN (84) LAURENS, SC 

WHITE, MELANIE BETH (85) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

WHITE, MICHAEL (84) . . . . LORIS, SC 

WHITE, WENDY LYNN (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

WHITEHURST, MARK (85) SPARTANBURG. SC 

WHITEHURST. CLINTON H., Ill (85) CLEMSON, SC 

WHITESIDE, JOHN (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

WHITESIDE, WILLIAM (84) . . . PELZER, SC 

WHITESIDES, LINDA (84) TIFTON, GA 

WHITLEY, JERRY (83) LADSON, SC 

WHITLOCK, CHRISTINA (83) MIDDLETOWN, DE 



509 



WHI-WIL 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



WHITLOCK, LEIGH ANNE (83) . SPARTANBURG. SC 

WHITMIRE, GREG (85) PISGAH FOREST, NC 

WHITMIRE, MARION C. (84) CLINTON, SC 

WHITMIRE, PATTY (84) HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

WHITTIER, BILL (85) SIMPSONVILLE, SC 

WHITTINGTON, BETH (84) COLUMBIA, SC 

WICKER, EDWINA (84) PROSPERITY. SC 

WICKER, JOAN (84) NEWBERRY, SC 

WICKER. WILLIAM (84) POMARIA, SC 

WICKLIFFE. MICKIE (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

WIEDEMANN. GUNTER (84) CAPE CORAL. FL 

WIER, JOEL (84) ABBEVILLE, SC 

WIGGINS, JAMES (85) SHELBY, NC 

WIGGINS. JEFF (85) EUTAWVILLE. SC 

WIGGINS. JOEL (85) ASHEVILLE, NC 

WIGGINS, MICHAEL (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

WIGINGTON. LISA (84) SENECA, SC 

WIGINGTON, THERESA (83) PIEDMONT. SC 

WIKE. DONNA (84) EASLEY, SC 

WILCOX. LINDA KAY (00) PINOPOLIS, SC 

WILDER, JOEL (84) REYNOLDS, GA 

WILDER, JOHN R , JR. (84) WALHALLA, SC 

WILHELMSON, SCOTT (83) CHERAW, SC 

WILKERSON, ROGER W. (83) CHARLOTTE, SC 

WILLIAMS, ANTHONY (83) ST MATTHEWS, SC 

WILLIAMS, BRYAN (85) DUE WEST, SC 

WILLIAMS, CAROLINE (83) EDGEFIELD, SC 

WILLIAMS, CHERYL (83) ORANGEBURG, SC 

WILLIAMS, JAMES L (84) VAN WYCK, SC 

WILLIAMS. JAY (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

Wll I IAMS. KATHERINE (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE S. (83) . . ST MATTHEWS, SC 

WILLIAMS, LESLIE (85) PIEDMONT, SC 

WILLIAMS. MARION (85) WILLIAMSTON, SC 

Wll I IAMS, MARK C (85) TAYLORS, SC 

WIL LIAMS, MATTHEW (85) SWANSEA, SC 

Wll I IAMS. MICHAEL (85) GARRETT PARK, MD 

WILLIAMS, MIKE (84) GREENVILLE. SC 

WILLIAMS, PATRICK (85) ..GREENVILLE, SC 

WILLIAMS, SHELLY (85) ROCKLEDGE, FL 

WILLIAMS, STEPHEN (85) . . GREER, SC 

WILLIAMS, TIM (85) . COLUMBIA, SC 

Wll I IAMS, TODD (85) WILLOWWICK, OH 

WILLIAMS, VICKIE (84) FASLEY, SC 

Wll I IAMSON, BLAINE (85) MANNING, SC 

Wll I IAMSON, DAVID (83) ANDERSON, SC 

Wll I IAMSON, GAIL ELAINE (84) SPARTANBURG. SC 
WILLIAMSON, LOUIS HENRY (85). KINGSTREE, SC 




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WILL-WOO 




WILLIMON, ALISA (85) . . . . . . . SENECA, SC 

WILLIS. DAVID H. (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

WILLIS. MICHAEL F. (84) . . . SURFSIDE BEACH, SC 

WILLIS, PERRY EDWARD (83) CLEMSON, SC 

WILLIS. TERESA (85) SURF SIDE BEACH, SC 

WILSON, BARBARA (84) CHARLESTON, SC 

WILSON, DAVID (85) SUMMERVILLE, SC 

WILSON. JEAN (83) GREENVILLE, SC 

WILSON. JOHN (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WILSON, KAYE (84) ROCK HILL, SC 

WILSON. LACY (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

WILSON, LAWRENCE (83) GREENWOOD. SC 

WILSON. LINDA (85) CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA 

WILSON. LISA (85) BEAUFORT, SC 

WILSON. MIKE (83) MARIETTA. GA 

WILSON. PERRY (85) CENTRAL, SC 

WILSON, ROGER (85) WALHALLA, SC 

WILSON. SAMUEL (85) COLLEGE PARK, GA 

WILSON. SCOTT (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

WILSON, SCOTT (83) SALISBURY, MD 

WILSON, TARA (84) HEMMINGWAY, SC 

WIMBERLY. STEVE (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

WIMMER, DAVID R (83) BETHLEHEM, PA 

WINCHESTER, CHARLES D. (83) EASLEY, SC 

WINCHESTER. JEFF (83) AUGUSTA, GA 

WINCHIP, MARCIA (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

WINDHAM. JIMMY (83) WALTERBORO, SC 

WINDLAM, LORI (84) CHESTERFIELD, SC 

WINES, WESLEY (85) HENDERSONVILLE, NC 

WINGARD, STAN (84) LEXINGTON, SC 

WINGARD, TERESA (85) COLUMBIA. SC 

WINKLER. GEORGE (83) . WEST UNION, SC 

WINN, RHONDA (85) . . . ABBEVILLE. SC 

WINNING. DAVID (84) TRYON, NC 

WINTERMANTEL. LAUREN (84) . ATLANTA. GA 

WINTERS. PETER A. (83) CHESTER. SC 

WISE. AL (84) WEST COLUMBIA, SC 

WISE, DAVID (83) CHARLESTON, SC 

WISE, GEORGE E. (84) SUMTER, SC 

WISE, KIM (84) PAMPLICO, SC 

WISE, MILLER (84) NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 

WITHYCOMBE, ALLEN (85) HAMPTON, SC 

WITT, KAYE (84) . COLUMBIA. SC 

WOLF. PAUL (84) BRADENTON, FL 

WOLFF, BILLY (85) WILMINGTON, NC 

WOLLA, NANCY (83) . CLEMSON, SC 

WOO, MICHAEL (83) . MALAYSIA 

WOOD, GRATHAM (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 



511 



WOO-YOU 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



WOOD. GREGORY (83) PIEDMONT. SC 

WOOD. MARGO (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

WOOD. SUSAN (85) EASLEY. SC 

WOOD, TERRY (85) TAYLORS. SC 

WOOD, WYNN (85) FAIRFAX. VA 

WOODARD. JANICE L. (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

WOODS, BETTY (83) ANDERSON, SC 

WOODS. DANNY (85) RANDOLPH. NJ 

WOODS, GEORGE BRUCE, III (85) CHARLOTTE, NC 

WOODWARD. SONDRA (83) KINGSPORT. TN 

WORKMAN. BRYAN (85) AIKEN. SC 

WORLEY. DEBORAH A (83) BISHOPVILLE, SC 

WORTHINGTON. HELEN (85) JACKSONVILLE, FL 

WORTKOETTER, CARLA (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WORTKOETTER, GARY (85) GREENVILLE, SC 

WRIGHT. AL (85) ANDERSON. SC 

WRIGHT, CATHARINE (85) SILVER SPRING. MD 

WRIGHT. JAMIE (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

WRIGHT. JEFF (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

WRIGHT. KIM (85) WINSTON-SALEM, NC 

WRIGHT. KIMBERLY LISA (84) RUTHERFORDTON, NC 

WRIGHT, MARK O (83) AIKEN, SC 

WRIGHT, SHERYL (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WURST, JAMES (83) ATLANTA, GA 

WYANT, PATRICIA (83) SPARTANBURG, SC 

WYATT, GRETCHEN (83) PIEDMONT, SC 

WYATT. RICHARD DEAN (84) CLOVER, SC 

WYETH, BILL (83) SURFSIDE BEACH, SC 

WYLIE, JERRY (84) GREENVILLE, SC 

WYMAN. EDWARD H. (83) ESTILL. SC 

WYNDHAM. VIVIAN MARIE (83) FORT MILL, SC 

WYSE. JOSEPH (83) INMAN. SC 

YAKEN. DANNY (85) FLORENCE, SC 

YANTZ. DAVID (83) KINGSPORT, TN 

YARBOROUGH, ROBERT M (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

YARBOROUGH, SCOT (83) HARTSVILLE, SC 

YARBOROUGH, TIM (84) AIKEN, SC 

YEAGER, LESLIE (85) . . BATESBURG, SC 

YONCE, MARK (85) MONCKS CORNER. SC 

YORK. CHRISTOPHER (85) . ANDERSON. SC 

YORK. DAVID (84) CHARLOTTE, NC 

YOUMANS, ALEX (83) FURMAN, SC 



YOUNG. ALEX (83) NORTH CHARLESTON, SC 

YOUNG. BRENDA (83) COLUMBIA. SC 

YOUNG. CATHY D. (83) CLINTON. SC 

YOUNG. JEFF (83) COLUMBIA, SC 

YOUNG. LISA (84) GEORGETOWN, SC 

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YOUNG, TRIPP (84) HIGHLANDS. NC 

YOUNGBLOOD. AUDREY (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

YOUNGBLOOD, JAY (83) SWAINSBORO. GA 

YUE, KEUNG CHUN (85) CLEMSON, SC 

ZALANTS. ANTHONY (85) COLUMBIA, SC 

ZANIN, MONICA (85) SPARTANBURG, SC 

ZAZZARA. MIKE (85) ROCK HILL, SC 

ZEIGLER, CURTRICE (85) MONCKS CORNER, SC 

ZEIGLER, JACK (83) ORANGEBURG, SC 

ZIELINSKI. GREG (83) CLEMSON, SC 

ZIMMERMAN, PAUL (4) JACKSON, SC 

ZUBECK, ROBIN (84) DAYTON, OH 

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ABRAMS. CLARK I. 
Newberry, SC 
Engineering Technology. BS 

ACKERMAN, HENRY DUKES 
Lexington, SC 

Electrical & Computer Engi- 
neering, BS 

4:30 Thursday Chorus. 
Clemson Players, Clemson 
Dancers. ACM 

ACKERMAN. MARY KATH- 
LEEN 

Clemson, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Pi Beta Phi (MS Chairman) 
Block & Bridle (Secretary) 

ADAMS. CHERYL LYNN 
West Columbia, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Gamma Sorority, Ac- 
counting Club. Bowling Club 

ADAMS, JOHN EDWARD 
Starr, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

ADDISON, CLAYTON THORN- 
WELL 

Columbia, SC 
Industrial Education, BS 
Rod & Gun Club (President, 
Vice President), Industrial 
Education Association (Re- 
porter) 

ADDISON, MARY LUANN 
Fairfax, AL 
Ornamental Horticulture, BS 

ALAM TAGHIZADEN, ALI AK- 
BAR 

Ahwaz, Iran 
Architecture, BS 

ALEMI. NANCY JANE 
Audubon, NJ 
Industrial Education, BS 
Clemson Graphic Arts Soci- 
ety, Clemson Field Hockey, 
Hotline lota Lambda Sigma. 
Kappa Delta Pi 

ALEXANDER. GEOFFREY DA- 
VID 

Clemson, SC 
Somputer Science. MS 
ACM 

ALEXANDER. REBECCA LEE 
Bishopville, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Clemson Student Nurses As- 
sociation, Clemson Chorus 

ALEXANDER, TAMMY LOU 
Seneca, SC 
Secondary Education, M.ED. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS Wll 
LIAMS 

Mt Pleasant, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Intramurals 

ALLEN, CHARLES A. 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
TAPS Photographer, Mem- 
ber of Association for Com- 
puter Machinery (Student & 
National) 

ALLEN, CHARLES EDMOND 
Greenwood, SC 
Financial Management. BS 
Finance Club 

ALLEN, ALURIE WYCHE 
Latta, SC 

Agriculture Economics, BS 
Agricultural Economics 
Club, Baptist Student Union, 
B-5 Organization, Intramural 
Sports 



ALMASRI. MOHAMED 
SOUBHI 

Damascus, Syria 
Electrical Engineering, MS 
American International De- 
velopment Participant 

ALTER. KENT R. 
Easley, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Navigators. ASME 

ALTHANS, KIMBERLY SU- 
ZANNE 

Chagrin, Falls, OH 
Mathematical Sciences, BS 
Mortar Board, Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Sigma Tau Epsilon, 
Math Club. Ski Club, Kappa 
Alpha Theta (Vice President, 
Activities Chairman, Dixie 
Day Chairman 

ANDERS, AMY TERESA 
Cleveland, SC 
Spanish, BA 

ANDERSON, BARBARA 
Chester, SC 
Political Science. BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma So- 
rority (House Chairman), 
Young Republicans 

ANDERSON, CAROLYN 
BARR 

Weston, CN 

Elementary Education, BS 
Varsity Fencing (Most Im- 
proved), Varsity Field Hock- 
ey. Block "C" Club, Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes, 
Kappa Delta Sorority (Alum- 
nae Relations & Standards 
Board Chairman), Chi Psi 
Little Sister, Gamma Sigma 
Sigma Service Sorority (Vice 
President of Pledges, Most 
outstanding Pledge), Clem- 
son Players, Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children 

ANDERSON, JAMES ELDON 
Summerville, SC 
Civil Engineering. BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Outing Club 

ANDERSON. KIMBERLY A 
Pendleton. SC 
English, BA 

Alpha Delta Pi (Rush Chair- 
man), English Club, Sigma 
Tau Epsilon, Alpha Tau 
Omega (President of Little 
Sisters) 

ANDERSON, SUSAN M 
Pickens, SC 

Secondary Education 
(Math), BS 

ANDREWS, JEANNE CHRIS- 
TIE 

Columbia, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Delta Sorority (Mem- 
bership chairman, Social 
Chairman), Chief legal Advi- 
sor, Psychology Club (Sec- 
retary-Treasurer), Psi Chi, 
French Club, Sailing Club. 
Swim Team Timer, Dorm 
Council, Ski Club, Clemson 
Players 

ANSLFY. MARK WAl I ACE 
Camden, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
Clemson University Chorus, 
Clemson University Concert 
Band, Tau Beta Pi, (Vice 



President), American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineering 
(Treasurer), Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha 
Epsilon Delta, Delta Sigma 
Nu. Phi Kappa Phi. Ameri- 
can Nuclear Society 

ANTHONY. JR. GARRY 
WAYNE 
Charleston. SC 
Forest Management. BS 
Clemson Rangers, Scabbard 
& Blade. Clemson Forestry 
Club. (Vice President, Presi- 
dent). Society of American 
Foresters 

ANTONAKOS. JR. MILTON 
CONSTANTINE 
Anderson, SC 
Computer Science. BS 
Sigma Nu Fraternity, ACM, 
Sailing Club 

AREY. JANET 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Slpha Lamda Delta, Campus 
Crusade for Christ. Kappa 
Delta Sorority, Mortar Board 

ARCHAMBAULT, JUDY ANN 
North Charleston, SC 
Secondary Education (Eng- 
lish), BA 

Spanish Club, Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, Intramurals (Basket- 
ball, Volleyball) 

ARIAIL, ANNE BRIGHT 
Charleston, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers. Sailing Club, Intramu- 
ral Sports 

ARIAIL, LISA KAY 
Spartanburg, SC 
Economics, BS 
Pi Beta Phi Sorority 

ARLEDGE. JOHN CLAUDE 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club, Accounting 
Club 

ARLEDGE. JOHN KEVIN 
Camden. SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
AICHE, Clemson University 
Student Police Department 
(Lt), Co-op Club, Clemson 
Fellowship Church 

ARMSTRONG, RICHARD 
DIAL 

Gray Court. SC 
Agricultural Engineering, BS 
Real Life Fellowship, Agricul- 
ture Engineering Club (Vice 
President), Tau Beta Pi, Al- 
pha Zeta, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Intra- 
mural Softball 

ARNOLD. CHRISTIAN W 
Central SC 
Architecture, BS 
ASC/AIA 

ATKINS, LOU ANN 
Inman, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Dorm Council (Secretary), 
Accounting Club 

ATKINSON, HOPE ANN 
Cheraw, SC 

Industrial I ducation, indus- 
try Option. BS 

ATKINSON. MARY NOR- 
VELLE 



Greensboro, NC 
Nursing, AD 

Varsity Swimming, Depart- 
ment of Services, Public Re- 
lations/Communications, 
Student Senator, Academic 
Affairs Committee 
AVER, GEORGE J. 
Seneca. SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers 
AYERS, HAROLD BRUCE 
Piedmont, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Beta Theta Pi. Ski Club 
AYERS. LEE H. 
Winnsboro, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega (Home- 
coming Chairman and Wor- 
thy Chaplain), Institute of 
Electrical and Electronic En- 
gineers, Tau Beta Pi, Eta 
Kappa Nu. Student Govern- 
ment (Executive Council and 
Homecoming Chairman) 
BABB, BRUCE MICHAEL 
Blue Ridge. SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American Nu- 
clear Society (Treasurer) 
BABB, CHARLES CALVIN 
Laurens, SC 
Economic Zoology, BS 
BAHER, FARID REZA 
Iran 

Civil Engineering, BS 
BAHER. HAMID R 
Tehran. Iran 
Architecture, BS 
BAIR, ELIZABETH A. 
Orangeburg, SC 
Administrative Management. 
BS 

University Union Cultural 
Committee, University Union 
Board 
BAKER. ANN B 
Charleston. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Clem- 
son Volleyball Team, Block 
C Club 
BAKER, EUGENE COY 
Wallace. SC 

Occupational Safety and 
Health, BS 

Intramural Basketball, 
American Society of Safety, 
Engineering (Vice President) 
BAKER, MARK LINDRIC 
Marietta, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega, Ameri- 
can Society of Civil Engi- 
neers 
BAKER, WILLIAM SCOTT 
Mullins, SC 

Architectural Design, BS 
Student Chapter of the 
American Institute of Archi- 
tects (President), Tiger 
Brotherhood, Student Gov- 
ernment, Senator, Student 
Air League 
BALES. GRADY MARVIN. JR 
Walterboro, SC 
Financial Management, BS 



Finance Club, College Re- 
publicans, Intramural Soft- 
ball and Football 

BALLARD. BETSY JO 
Easley, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Accounting Club, Kappa 
Kappa Gamma (Treasurer), 
Mortar Board 

BALLENTINE, P. LYNN 
Columbia, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. Rho- 
mates of Alpha Gamma Rho 

BANKHEAD. TIMOTHY 
SCOTT 
Shelby, NC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega 

BANKS, JULIE A 
Cherry Hill, NJ 
Recreation and Parks Ad- 
ministration, BS 
Delta Delta Delta, Clemson 
Dancers, Timette 

BARBREY, JILL RENEE 
Gray Court. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society of Person- 
nel Administrators. Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management Chi Omega 
(President's Assistant. Her- 
ald, Pianist), Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon Little Sister (Treasur- 
er), Bengal Babe, Intramur- 
als 

BARCO, FRANK EDWARD, 
JR. 

Columbia. SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Student 
Traffic Review Board, Insti- 
tute of Electrical and Elec- 
tronic Engineers 

BARKER. DAVID EARL 
Seneca. SC 
Textile Technology, BS 

BARNES. TERESA DARLENE 
North Augusta, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Dixie Skydivers, Special 
Events Committee. Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management 

BARR. ROBERT MICHAEL 
Lidenwold, NJ 
Architecture, BS 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architecture 

BARRETT. PATRICIA ANNE 
Chapin. SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 
American Society of Person- 
nel Administration, Block C 
Club, College Republicans 
(Treasurer) Student Trainer 

BARRON. ARCHIE INGRAM 
Seneca, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Sigma Nu (Vice President, 
Secretary), Tiger Brother- 
hood (Vice President), Blue 
Key, InterFraternity Council 
(President), Supreme Court 



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Judge, Trial Court Judge 
(Chairman). Student Traffic 
Review Board, Student 
Alumni Council, University 
Traffic & Parking Commit- 
tee, Commission on Student 
Affairs, Executive Council of 
Student Government, Elec- 
tions Board 

BARROW, REBECCA ANNA 
North Augusta, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Co-op Club, American Soci- 
ety of Mechanical Engineers 

BARRS, JACQUELINE M. 
Anderson, SC 
Sociology. BA 

BARTON, DOUGLAS TROY 
Greenville. SC 
Mathematics, BS 
Association for Computing 
Machinery, Math Club 

BATES. CAREY O'NEAL 
Rock Hill, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Intramural Director. Intramu- 
ral Sports 

BATSON, ANN DAVIS 
Greenville, SC 



Administrative Management, 

BA 

Central Spirit (President) 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

BAUSMAN, BARBARA DAWN 
Summerville. SC 
Nursing, BSN 

Campus Crusade for Christ. 
Student Nurses Association 

BAXLEY, JR. EDMOND RUS- 
SELL 

Johnsonville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

BEALES, LISA CAROLE 
Summerville. SC 
Special Education, BA 
Counsel for Exceptional Chil- 
dren 

BEAZLEY, JO ANNA 
Columbia. SC 
Psychology. BA 
Psi Chi, Omicron Delta Epsi- 
lon. Sigma Tau Epsilon, Col- 
legiate Civitans, Presbyteri- 
an Student Association, Stu- 
dent Alumni Tour Guide, In- 
tramural Sports, Dean's List, 
Hall Fire Marshall, Psycholo- 



gy Club 

BEDEN, RICHARD EARL 
Mullins, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Marching Band (Vice Com- 
mander) 

BEDENBAUGH, LISA ANN 
Prosperity, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Dorm Council, Psychology 
Club, Intramurals 

BEDENBAUGH, THOMAS D. 
Camden, SC 

Electrical & Computer Engi- 
neering, BS 

Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Eta Kappa 
Nu 

BEEKS. ALAN DEITH 
Laurens, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, 
American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration, Intra- 
mural Sports 

BELL. DEBORAL L 
Fairfax, VA 
Elementary Education, BA 



Sigma Phi Epsilon (Little Sis- 
ter), Gamma Sigma Sigma 
Sigma, Dorm Council (Sec- 
retary), Council for Excep- 
tional Children 

BELL, EDGAR ARCHIE 
Lugoff, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

BELL, FRANCES E. 
Summerton, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon (Little Sis- 
ter), Speakers Bureau, Phi 
Eta Sigma 

BELL. ROBERT GLENN 
Florence. SC 
Civil Engineering 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Chi Epsilon, Sigma 
Nu 

BELL, SUSAN LYNNE 
Belton, SC 

English Education, BA 
Real Life Fellowship, Resi- 
dent Assistant, Dorm Coun- 
cil 

BELL, WILLIAM PAUL 
Hartsville. SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 



American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American Nu- 
clear Society 

BENENATI, MARGARET A. 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Sigma Theta 
Tau, Newman Association, 
Student Nursing Association 

BENNETT, JEFFREY GLYN 
Nashville, TN 
English, BA 

Central Spirit Committee 
(Steering Committee), Sig- 
ma Nu, University Chorus 
(President), Blue Key (Sec- 
retary), Department of Ser- 
vices (Vice Chairman), Tiger 
Brotherhood 

BENSON. ELIZABETH NAOMI 
Varnville. SC 
Ceramic Engineering. BS 
American Ceramic Society 
(Secretary, Vice President), 
Keramos Honor Fraternity 
(President), Society of Wom- 
en Engineers (Vice Presi- 
dent), Joint Engineering 
Council (Secretary), Dixie 




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BENTON, RANDALL JAMES 
Easley. SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

BERLY, JULIE ANNE 
Florence, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Model United Nations (Pro- 
gram Director), College Re- 
publicans Pi Sigma Alpha. 
Mortar Board. Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, Russian Club (Vice 
President), Election Board 

BERNINGER. MICHAEL P. 
Central, SC 
Architecture, BS 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architecture 

BERRY, DEBBIE ANN 
Saluda, SC 
Poultry Science, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho Little Sis- 
ter, Student Union, Poultry 
Science Club 

BERRY. WILLIAM DRANE 
Johnston, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Accounting Club, Finance 
Club, Intramural Sports 

BESSON, WILLIAM TENNENT 
North Augusta, SC 
Microbiology. BS 
Clemson University Emer- 
gency Medical Service, Al- 
pha Lambda Delta, Delta 
Sigma Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Phi 
Kappa Phi (Vice President) 
Intramural Softball 

BETHEL, CHARLES GLENN 
ASC/ American Institute of 
Architecture, Student Art 
League. Campus Crusade 
for Christ 

BETSILL. BRETT H. 
Timonium, MD 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, 
Intramural Sports 

BIRD. CAROLYN LEIGH 
Charleston. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Co-op Club 

BIRD. WILLIAM EDWARD 
Inman, SC 

Civil Engineering, BS 
Concert Band, Tiger Band 
(Sergent 1980, Commander 
1981) 

BIRT, CYNTHIA LOUISE 
Barnwell, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

Campus Crusade for Christ, In- 
stitute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers (Treasurer, 
President), American Nucle- 
ar Society, Society of Wom- 
en Engineers 

BLACK, ABIGAIL 
Taylors, SC 

Elementary Education, BA 
Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, 
Dorm Council 

BLACK, TONY LEMEAD 
Prosperity, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration, Soci- 



ety for the Advancement of 
Management 

BLACKMON. SUSAN KAY 
Columbus, GA 
Biochemistry, BS 
Biochemistry Club, Match 
Mates CHi Omega Sorority, 
Kappa Sigma Little Sister 

BLACKWELL, CLETE R. 
North Augusta, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

BLACKWELL, JR. ROBERT 
LEE 

Spartanburg, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

BLACKWELL, TERRY KAY 
Arden, NC 
Economic Zoology 
Gamma Sigma Sigma (Sec- 
ond Vice President), Sigma 
Chi (Little Sigma), Pre-Vet- 
erinary Club, Wildlife Society 

BLAKEY. DALE MILTON 
Ora. SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers 

BLAKENEY, DIANE G. 
Pageland, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Beta Gamma Sigma Honor 
Sorority 

BLANTON, LANE CHRISTO- 
PHER 

Tavares, FL 
Economics, BA 
Student Traffic Review 
Board, Tiger Band, Depart- 
ment of Student Services, In- 
tramurals 

BLANTON. ROBIN WAYNE 
Easley, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

BLASER. GREGORY ROBERT 
Summerfield, NC 
Horticulture, BS 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity, 
Horticulture Club 

BLEVINS, VIRGINIA CLAIRE 
Summerville, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Clemson University Chorus 
(Secretary). Four Thirty 
Thursday Singers. Kappa 
Delta Sorority, Resident As- 
sistant, Clemson Players, 
Dorm Council, Psychology 
Club, Council for Exception- 
al Children, Baptist Student 
Union 

BLICKLE, CANDACE MARY 
Anderson, SC 
English, BA 

BLISS, CAROLINE SIBLEY 
Moncks Corner, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Pi Beta Phi Sorority 

BLOMGREN. NANCY MANE 
Hendersonville, NC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 

BLUE, LAURA JEANNE 
Greenville. SC 

Community and Rural Devel- 
opment. BS 

BOATWRIGHT. THAD GULLY 
York. SC 
Agronomy, BS 



Alpha Gamma Rho (First No- 
ble Ruler), Agronomy Club, 
Alpha Zeta, Gamma Sigma 
Delta 

BOBO. BRENT ANTHONY 
Pendleton, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity 
(Housing Chairman, Histori- 
an), Interfraternity Council, 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

BACHM, DANIEL LESLIE 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science. BS 
Alpha Phi Omega (Quarter- 
master, Recording Secre- 
tary) 

BOGGERO, JR JAMES E. 
Greenville. SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Amateur Radio Club 

BOND, CHARLES HOUSTON 
Miami, FL 

Civil Engineering, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha (Secretary) 

BONNOITT, MICHAEL TODD 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Chemi- 
cal Engineers 

BOOTH, STEVEN CRAIG 
Orangeburg, SC 
Engineering Analysis, BS 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

BOULWARE, TATUM MUR- 
RAY 

Camden, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Intramu- 
ral Sports, Outing Club 

BOURNE, KIMBERLY G. 
Miami, FL 
Math, BA 

Sigma Tau Epsilon Honorary 
Fraternity, Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Math Association of Ameri- 
can, Math Club 

BOWERS, JEFFREY Y. 
Laurens, SC 
Engineering Technology, BS 

BOWIE, BONNIE MARIE 
Due West, SC 
Food Science, BS 
Food Science Club 

BOWMAN, CATHERINE AL- 
STYNE 

Spartanburg, SC 
Financial Management, BS 

BOYNTON, CECILE 
Belvedere, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers 

BOYS, JOANNE WOODWARD 
Winnsboro, SC 
Geology, BA 
Geology Club, Zoology Club 

BRABHAN, CARL GREGG 
Dalzell, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Tiger 
(Photographer), Accounting 
Club, Finance Club 

BRACKETT, GARY KEITH 
Seneca, SC 
English, BA 
Clemson Players 

BRADBERRY. MARK JAY 
Abbeville, SC 



Engineering Technology, BS 
Tau Alpha Pi. Society of En- 
gineering Technologist (Sec- 
retary), Joint Engineering 
Council, Intramural Softball 

BRADBURY, HELEN ANNE 
Clemson, SC 
English, BA 

English Club (President, Vice 
President), Phi Kappa Phi 
Honor Society, Charles Man- 
ning Furman Prize for Excel- 
lence in English (1981), 
Gamma Sigma Sigma Ser- 
vice Sorority (Secretary), 
Sigma Tau Epsilon Liberal 
Arts Honor Society. Alpha 
Lambda Delta Honor Soci- 
ety, Phi Eta Sigma Honor 
Society, Dean's List 

BRADBY, TANYA MARIE 
Columbia, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, BS 
Member of Keramcs, Ameri- 
can Ceramic Society, Gym- 
nastics Club (President), 
Womens Gymnastic Team, 
Fellowship of Christian Ath- 
letes, National Society of 
Black Engineers 

BRADLEY, LEEA JEAN 
Hendersonville, NC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Dean's List, National De- 
fence Transportation Associ- 
ation (Vice President), 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 

BRADLEY. JAMES CONNAL- 
LY 

Lexington. SC 

Community & Rural Devel- 
opment, BS 

Alpha Gamma Rho Fraterni- 
ty, Agricultural Council, 
Community & Rural Devel- 
opment Club 

BRADSHAW, SUSAN ANN 
Charlotte, NC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi. Rally Cats, 
Student Senate, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon Little Sister 

BRANHAM. MICHAEL SHANE 
Marietta, GA 

Engineering Technology, BS 
JV Football (1978-79), For- 
estry Club (1977-78), Soci- 
ety Engineers Technologist 
(1981-82) 

BRANYON. JOHN MARK 
Landrum, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Block and Bridle Club. Clem- 
son Collegiate Future Farm- 
ers of America 

BRASSARD, YUONNE LYNN 
Schenectady. NY 
Sociology, BA 
Sociology Club (President) 

BRAZELL. CYNTHIA ALESIA 
Columbia, SC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration, Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of 
Management, Delta Delta 
Delta Sorority 

BRECHT. ROBERT WALTER 



Charleston. SC 

Ceramic Engineering. BS 
Intramural Sports, Golf 

BRENNAN, MALCOLM JO- 
SEPH 

Charleston, Sc 
Architecture, BS 
Tau Kwando Club, Sailing 
Club 

BREVARD, NATALIE 
VANESSA 
Horatio, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 
(President), Student Nurses 
Association, Clemson Uni- 
versity Gospel Choir. Pamoja 

BRICKLE. ARTHUR BOYD 
Orangeburg. SC 
Industrial Education. BS 
Campus Crusade for Christ. 
WSBF Radio Announcer 

BRICKER, THOMAS GREG- 
ORY 

Dallas, TX 

Financial Management, BS 
Intramural Sports 

BRIDGEMAN. TONI ANNE 
Slater. SC 

Secondary Education (Eng- 
lish), BA 

Kappa Delta (Song Leader) 
Student Government 

BRIDGES, GWYNN DEE 
Columbia, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi (Standards 
Chairman), Accounting 
Club, Finance Club 

BRILEY. LARRY KEITH 
West Union. SC 
Secondary Education (Natu- 
ral Science). BS 

BRITTON. ELIZABETH LANG 
Sumter, SC 

Recreational and Park Ad- 
ministration, BS 
Rally Cat, Member of South 
Carolina Recreation & Parks 
Society, First Runner-up 
Miss Homecoming 1981 

BRITTON. ERIC P. 
John's Island. SC 
Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club 

BRITTON, ROY MALCOLM 
Weaverville, NC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

BROCK. CATHY ALLEN 
Mauldin, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

BROCK, JR. MELVIN MI- 
CHAEL 
Easley, SC 
Geology, BS 
Geology Club 

BROCK. ROBERT POWELL 
Jacksonville, AL 
Industrial Management, BS 
Freewheelers, Scabbard and 
Blade (First Sergent). ROTC, 
Co-op Club, Alpha Lambda 

I VIM 

BROCK. ROGER DORLAND 

Lugoff. SC 

Agronomy, BS 

Tiger Band, Agronomy Club, 

Co-op Club 
BRODSKY, AMY MICHELE 

Miami, FL 

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Central Dance & Concert 
Committee (Junior Staff 
Coordinator), Dorm Council, 
Microbiology Club 

BROOKS, GINA L. 
Greemville, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Chi Omega Sorority. Panhel- 
lenic Council (Secretary), 
Rush Counselor 1981, Stu- 
dent Nurses Association 

BROWN, CAROLYN YVETTE 
Greenville. SC 
Industrial Arts, BS 
Clemson Dancers, Pamoja 
Club, Gospel Choir 

BROWN. KENNETH FRED 
Powdersville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Aero 
Club 

BROWN. MARSHALL LEE 
Anderson. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Student Body Treasurer 
(1981), Student Senator 
(1980), Alpha Phi Omega, 
Finance Committee Member 
(1980). University Commis- 
sion on Student Affairs Mem- 
ber 

BROWN. MICHAEL ASHLEY 
Florence, SC 

Financial Management. BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Student 
Government (Workshop 
Chairman, Vice Chairman of 
Department of Services), 
Student Traffic Review 
Board, University Chorus 
Beta Gamma Sigma. Fi- 
nance Club 

BROWN. MICHAEL CHAN- 
DLER 

Greenville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu 
(Treasurer), Institute of Elec- 
trical & Electronic Engineers 

BROWN, MIRENDA DENISE 
Walhalla, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club (Correspond- 
ing Secretary) 

BROWN, JAMES CHRISTO- 
PHER 

Landrum, SC 

Industrial Management. BS 
Block & Bridle Club, La- 
crosse Club 

BROWN, JEFFREY E. 
Greenville, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 

BROWNING, VIRGINIA LYNNE 
Goose Creek. SC 
Zoology, BS 

Dorm Council. Zoology Club, 
Gamma Sigma Sigma (Trea- 
surer, President), Dixie Sky- 
divers 

BROWNRIGG, CYNTHIA C 
Greenville, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Chi Omega Sorority, French 
Club 

BROYLES, RANDY ALLEN 
Simpsonville. SC 
Textile Technology, BS 

BRUNSON, SAMUEL MARK 
Greenwood, SC 



Administrative Management. 

BS 

Society for Advancement of 

Management 

BRUNSON. STEPHEN RAN- 
DALL 

Savannah, GA 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Rod & 
Gun Club 

BRUSHWOOD. DONALD ED- 
MUND 

Anderson, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute for 
Chemical Engineers 

BRUTON, DAVID A 
Germantown. TN 
Computer Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronics Engineers, Micro 
Computer Club (Treasurer) 

BRYAN, JR. JAMES A 
Indialantic, FL 
Design, BS 

BRYANT. Ill CHARLEY CLIF- 
TON 

Clemson, SC 

Animal and Food Industries. 
MS 

ROTC (Batallion Staff, Color- 
Guard Commander) 

BRYANT. JOHN BROWNING 
Pickens. SC 
Political Science. BA 
Beta Theta Pi 

BRYSON. DAVID A. 
Greenwood, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Tiger Band, Joint Engineer- 
ing Council, Institute of Elec- 
trical & Electronics Engi- 
neers, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau 
Beta Phi, Eta Kappa Nu. Al- 
pha Lamdba Delta 

BULLOCK. SHERRILL KIM- 
BERLY 

Creedmoor. NC 
Financial Management, BS 
Rally Cat. Finance Club, Sail- 
ing Club. Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta, Phi Eta Sigma 

BUMGARDNER, CHARLES 
GAITHER 
Columbia. SC 
Chemistry. BA 
Student Firefighter, Emer- 
gency Medical Technician, 
Director of Research & De- 
velopment. Director of Com- 
minications. President's 
Cabinet. Clemson Outing 
Club, Clemson Rod & Gun 
Club, Clemson Sailing Club, 
Alpha Tau Omega. Blue Key, 
Mortar Board, President, 
Vice President for Democrat- 
ic Party 

BUNTON, PRISCILLA ANN 
Denmark, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
The Tiger (Copy Editor, Of- 
fice Manager), Society of 
Women Engineers (Treasur- 
er, President) American So- 
ciety of Civil Engineers 

BUNTON, JR RAYMOND A 
Branchville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 



chanical Engineers, Co-op 
Club 

BUNZEY, ROBERT S. 
Charlotte, NC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronics Engineers, Tau Beta 
Pi, Eta Kappa Nu 

BURCH. BURN BOOTH 
Columbia, SC 
Economic Zoology, BS 
Dixie Skydivers (Treasurer), 
Wildlife Society. Botony 
Club, Alpha Zeta 

BURDEN, WENDY J. 
Liberty, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

BURDETTE, MARVIN BARRY 
Iva, SC 

Agricultural Education, BS 
Alpha Tau Alpha (Presi- 
dent), Future Farmers of 
America (Sentinel) 

BURGER, KENNETH ROBERT 
Arnold. MD 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Clemson Club Foot- 
ball, Intramural Sports 

BURGHARDT, CRAIG S. 
Greenwood, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers (Chair- 
man, Vice Chairman), Co-op 
Club, Joint Engineering 
Council Sailing Club. Racing 
Team 

BURKS, JAMES DAVID 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Clemson Soccer Team 

BURNETT, MARILYN RUTH 
Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma (First 
Vice President). Council for 
Exceptional Children 

BUSCH, RUSSELL STEVEN 
Walhalla, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers 

BUSSEY. CARL EDWARD 
North Augusta, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Intramural Sports. Dorm 
Council 

BUTNER. GLENN STEVEN 
Spartanburg, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers 

BUTTON. GARY DOUGLAS 
Caughtya. NJ 
Chemistry, BA 

BYERS, JAMES SIMONS 
Columbia, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Campus Cru- 
sade for Christ 

BYNUM. LOUISE LANIUS 
Sumter, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society, Kappa Delta 



Sorority (Corresponding 
Secretary), Recreation and 
Park Administration Honor 
Society (Secretary) 

BYRD, LORI 
Florence, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Delta Sorority, Alpha 
Psi Omega, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Clemson Players, 
Clemson Chorus, Intramurals 

BYRD, TED A 
Piano, TX 

Computer Science, BS 
Men's Swim Team (Four 
Year Letterman), Academic 
Computer Membership 

CAIN, ANNE 
Clemson, SC 
Zoology. BS 

Alpha Epsilon Delta (Histori- 
an), Sigma Tau Epsilon, Zoo- 
logy Club (Secretary) 

CAIN, SCOTTY BRION 
Westminster, SC 
Mechanical Engineering 

CALCOTE, THOMAS CANIEL 
Charleston, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Wa- 
ter-Ski Team, Scuba Club 

CALCUTT. ANGELA MARIA 
Pamplico, SC 
Psychology. BA 
Chi Omega. Delta Sigma Nu, 
Student Tour Guide, Student 
Senate. Trail Court 

CALCUTT. JR. CAROL H 
Pamplico. SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Intramural Sports, Water-Ski 
Club 

CALDWELL. KAREN L. 
Atlanta, GA 
English, BA 

Delta Delta Delta, English 
Club 

CALHOUN, DEBORAH L 
John's Island, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Resident Assistant, Dorm 
Council, Student Nurses As- 
sociation 

CALLAWAY, CATHERINE 
PHOEBE 
Greenville, SC 
Economic, BA 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of 
Management, American So- 
ciety for Personnel Adminis- 
tration, Sociology Club 

CAMERON, WILLIAM ENNIS 
Myrtle Beach. SC 
Political Science, BA 
Central Dance Concert 
Committee, Rugby. ROTC 

CAMPBELL. JERRY MAURICE 
Mullins. SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
Tiger Band, American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers 

CAMPBELL, LINDA LEE 
Pendleton, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
University Union (Games & 
Recreation Committee, Spe- 



cial Events Committee), Col- 
legiate Civitans, Council for 
Exceptional Children 

CAMPBELL, MICHAEL AL- 
TON 

Cassatt. SC 
Mathematics, BS 
Student Senate, Alpha Phi 
Omega, Fencing Team, Stu- 
dent Government 

CAMPBELL, SHERRY LYNNE 
Taylors, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Baptist Student Union (Com- 
munication President), 
Kappa Delta (Chaplin), Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ, Dorm 
Council, Accounting Club, 
NAA 

CAMPBELL, TAMARA DEE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Financial Management. BS 
Finance Club 

CANTRELL, GARY THOMAS 
Inman, SC 

Agricultural Mechanization & 
Business, BS 

Agricultural Mechanization & 
Business Club (Scribe) 

CARDONE, ELLEN MICHELLE 
Roseland, NJ 
English, BA 

Alumni Council, Central 
Dance Concert Committee, 
Intramural Sports, French 
Club 

CARREL. DONNA LYNN 
Richmond, VA 
Industrial Management, BS 
Intramural Sports, Dorm 
Council Advisor, Tiger Band, 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

CARROLL. MARY LEDERLE 
Red Bank, NJ 
Textile Science, BS 
University Union (President). 
Kappa Alpha Theta (Social 
Chairman), American Asso- 
ciation of Textile Technolo- 
gists. American Association 
of Textile Chemists & Color- 
ists. Phi Psi Honor Fraternity, 
Student Alumni Association, 
Executive Council of Student 
Government, Commission 
for Public Programing, Com- 
mission for Student Affairs 

CARTER, JOEL M. 
West Columbia, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (Vice 
President 1980) 

CARTER, JOSEPH WILLIAM 
Greenwood, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Ski Club. Weight Club, Stu- 
dent Senate (Chairman Judi- 
ciary Committee), Sailing 
Club, Intramural Sports 

CARTER. TERESSA RENEE 
Hartsville. SC 
Psychology, BA 
Gymnastics Club, Gamma 
Sigma Sigma, Psychology 
Club. Psi Chi, Alpha Delta Pi. 
Rally Cat 

CARVER, DAVID FRANKLIN 
Walhalla. SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Delta Sigma Nu (President 



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1980), Microbiology Society 
(President 1981) 

CASON, BARBARA ANN 
Clinton, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Gamma Sigma Sigma. 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Student 
Nurses Association, Dorm 
Council, Tour Guide 

CASSADAY, WAYNE LEE 
Greenwood, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Student Government (Ex- 
ecutive Committee), Central 
Dance Concert Committee, 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Chi Psi 
(Scholastic Chairman), Hon- 
ors Program, South Carolina 
Organization of German Stu- 
dents (State Vice President) 

CAUGHMAN, CAROL ELAINE 
Columbia, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Pi Beta Phi Sorority 

CAUGHMAN, CATHERINE 
ANNETTE 
Charlotte, NC 
Textile Technology, BT 
Tiger Band. Concert. Bas- 
ketball Pep Band, American 
Association Texile Technolo- 
gists 

CELY, CECELIA POWELL 
Seneca, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 
Delta Sigma Nu 

CERVENY, BRUCE W 
Lancaster, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

CHAMBERS, BRIAN KEITH 
Spartanburg, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Chi Epsilon, American Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers 

CHAMBERS. ELIZABETH C 
Beaufort, SC 

Elementary Education, BA 
Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon Little Sister, Benhal 
Bades, Match Mates. Young 
Republicans 

CHAN, HOI-YOUNG 
Hong Kong 
Bioengineering, MS 

CHANDLER, JR. WILLIAM 
CALVIN 
Sumter, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Amateur 
Radio Club (President, Sec- 
retary) 

CHAPMAN, CAROLE LYNNE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Political Science, BA 
South Carolina State Stu- 
dent Legislature, Model Unit- 
ed Nations 

CHAPMAN. MARY ELIZA- 
BETH 

Rock Hill, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Kapp Alpha Theta (Histori- 
an, Archivist), Golf Club, 
Resident Assistant, Ac- 
counting Club 

CHAPMAN, NOEL F. 
Aiken. SC 



Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

CHAPMAN. TERESA LOUISE 
Pendleton. SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Council for 
Exceptional Children 

CHESTER. MARSHA LYNN 
Collins. GA 

Agricultural Economics. 
MAg 

CHILDERS, CYNTHIA JEAN 
Greenville, SC 

Mathematics-Computer Sci- 
ence, BS 
Math Club 

CHILDS. RUSSELL PAUL 
Anderson, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

CHINERY, MARK FRANKLIN 
Allentown, PA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

CHOPLIN. DONNA LOUISE 
North Augusta. SC 
Industrial Management. BS 
American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administrators (Presi- 
dent). Resident's Assistant, 
Dorm Council, Society for 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement, Junior Honors Pro- 
gram 

CHREITZBERG. JR. CHARLES 
H. 

Wilhamston, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

CHREITZBERG, LISA JEAN 
Seneca, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Pi Beta Phi (Membership 
Chairman, Treasurer), Psy- 
chology Club, Psi Chi Hon- 
ory Club 

CHURCH, JOHN S. 
Aiken. SC 

Mechanical Engineering. BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

CHURCHILL, TODD F 
North Palm Beach, FL 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Tiger Band, Concert Band, 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers 

CLARK. BRIAN ERWIN 
Ft Myers, FL 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Football, Kappa Sigma, In- 
tramural Basketball, Block 
"C" Club 

CLARK. DAVIS EDWARD 
Clemson, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
Scuba Club, Rugby, Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical En- 
gineers 

CLARK, DONALD CHARLES 
HENRY 

Isle of Palms, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Tiger Band, University Cho- 
rus, Christian Science Orga- 



nization (President) 

CLARK, JAMES MORRIS 
North Augusta, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Souvereign Grace Fellow- 
ship, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsi- 
lon. American Society of Civ- 
il Engineers. John M Ford 
Memorial Award 

CLARK. JOHN C. 
Little Silver. NJ 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club, Baptist 
Student Union, Clemson Re- 
publicans, Dorm Council, 
University Chorus (Treasur- 
er, Section Leader), Intramu- 
ral Sports. Clemson Players, 
Mu Beta Psi. Honors Pro- 
gram, Four Thirty Thursday 
Singers. Resident Assistant, 
Ski Club, Student Senate 
(Treasurer's Staff) 

CLARK. MICHAL MAREE 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Student Senator, Block & 
Bridle Club, College Republi- 
cans, Dorm Council, Ski 
Club, Kappa Delta Sorority, 
Miss Clemson Pageant 1981 

CLARK, OTIS DEWANE 
Piedmont, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

CLAY, BEN MITCHELL 
Gaffney, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Beta Gamma Sigma Nation- 
al Honor Society for Admin- 
istrators 

CLAY, CARL COUGLAS 
Columbia, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

CLAY, JAMES EDWARD 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Fi- 
nance Club, Intramurals, 
Dean's List 

CLYTON, JOHN C 
Columbia, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Student Government Re- 
search & Development Com- 
mittee, Student Senate Re- 
presentative, ASC/ Ameri- 
can Institute of Architecture 

CLEMENT, MARK FRANKLIN 
Charleston, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Dorm Council (President), 
Emergency Medical Techni- 
cian, Alpha Phi Omega, Le- 
gal Advisor, Golf Club, Tour 
Guide, Foster's Sixth Man 
Club 

CRAFT, JANET RAYE 
Seneca, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Psychology Club 

CRAFT, II JESSE IRVIN 
Houston, TX 

Industrial Management, BS 
Chi Psi (Vice President, Sec- 
retary) Clemson Players, 
Clemson University Chorus, 



Intramural Sports 

CRAIG, CAPPY L. 
Darien, CT 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Varsity Swimming Team, 
Block C Club 

CRAIG, JEANNETTE, B. 
Summerville, SC 
Science Teaching (Math), 
BS 

Kappa Delta, Presbyterian 
Student Union. Finance Club 

CRAINE. MARION LAW- 
RENCE 

Gray Court, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Clemson Track Team, Clem- 
son Cross-Country Team. 
Fellowship Christian Athlet- 
ics, College Republicans, 
Clemson Intramurals 

CRANE, LORI L. 
Sterling, CO 
Architecture, BS 
Clemson Christian Fellow- 
ship, ASC/ American Insti- 
tute of Architecture (Trea- 
surer) 

CRAWFORD. CAROL ANN 
Chesterfield. SC 
Administrative Management. 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration, Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of 
Management 

CRAWFORD. JUANITA FRAN- 
CES 

Stone Mountain, GA 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Stu- 
dent Nurses Association 

CRAWFORD. LAURA LYNN 
Richmond, VA 
Financial Management, BS 
Delta Delta Delta 

CROCKER, EVELYN JILL 
Johnsonvill, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

CROMARTIE, JULIE ANNE 
Georgetown, SC 
Industrial Engineering, BS 
Gamma Sigma Sigma (Sec- 
retary), Theta Chi Little Sis- 
ter 

CROMER, BEVERLY FAYE 
Columbia, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Dorm Council (Publicity 
Chairman), Matchmate, Pi 
Beta Phi (Rush Chairman) 

CROWE, DANA LYNN 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega Sorority, Kappa 
Alpha Little Sister, Finance 
Club 

CRUDUP, III JOSIAH 
Anderson, SC 
Industrial Management. BS 
Kappa Alpha Order 

COGGINS, LYNDA M 
Greenville, SC 
Nursing, BSN 
Student Nurses Association 

COGGINS, GLENN RAY- 
MOND 
Spartanburg, SC 



Administrative Management, 

BS 

Sigma Nu Fraternity 

COKER, CHARLES RAY 
Anderson, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Intramurals 

COLASSARD. CORY SLOAN 
Woodbridge. VA 
Engineering Technology. BS 

COLEMAN, PATRICIA LYNNE 
Greenwood. SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
WSBF (Office Manager. 
Business Director), Kappa 
Delta, Media Board 

COLEMAN, SANDA MARIE 
Charleston, SC 
Industrial Management. BS 
Chi Psi Little Sister. Block & 
Bridle Club, American Soci- 
ety for Personnel Adminis- 
tration 

COLLIER, TANDY L 
Six Mile, SC 
Economic Zoology. BS 

COLLINS, CLEM 
Barnwell, SC 

Engineering Technology, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega (Pledge 
Trainer) 

COLLINS. MARK ANSEL 
Greer, SC 

Electrical Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

University Chorus, Society of 
Engineering Technologist 

COLLINS. MICHAEL SCOTT 
Florence, SC 
Architectural Design. BA 
Kappa Alpha Order, Ameri- 
can Institute of Architecture 

COMPTON, CLARENCE RAN- 
DALL 

Anderson, SC 
Math, BS 

Tiger Band, Concert Band, 
Mu Beta Si (Alumni Commit- 
tee Chairman, Historian) 

COMPTON, MICHAEL DEAN 
Collinsville, VA 
Electrical Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology (Treasurer) 

CONDER. JOHN DAVID 
Florence, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Clemson 
Freewheelers (Secretary- 
Treasurer), Joint Engineering 
Council Homecoming Dis- 
play 

CONNELL, KELLY ELIZA- 
BETH 
Clover, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society for Safety 
Engineers, American Society 
for Personnel Administrators 

CONNOLLY, WILLIAM JO- 
SEPH 

Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Lacrosse Club 

CONNOR, PAMELA DIANE 
Anderson, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
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COOK, WALLACE DANIEL 
Greer, SC 

Industrial Education, BS 
Department of Services 
(Vice Chairman). Dorm 
Council, Intramural Sports, 
Pershing Rifles 

COLLEY, PAMELA LORINE 
Pelzer, SC 

Special Education, BA 
Tiger Band 

COOMBS, JOHN WALLACE 
Winter Park, FL 
Computer Engineering, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (Little 
Sister Coorinator), Intramu- 
ral Sports, Institute of Electri- 
cal & Electronic Engineers 

COOPER, CYNTHIA LORAINE 
Columbia, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for Advancement of 
Management, Sailing Club, 
Intramurals 

COPSES. JOHNNY PETE 
Spartanburg. SC 
Design, BS 

American Institute of Archi- 
tecture 

CORRY, JILL ALICE 
Merritt Island, FL 
Architecture, BA 
Campus Crusade for Christ, 
Fellowship of Christian Ar- 
chitectural Students. Dorm 
Softball, ASC/ American In- 
stitute of Architecture 

COTTLE, TIMOTHY J. 
Surfside Beach, SC 
Secondary Education (Histo- 
ry), BA 

COUSINS, WILLIAM R 
Newberry, SC 
Mathematical Sciences, BS 
Bowling League, Science 
Fair 

COWART, DONNA LYNN 
Ellijay, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Gamma, Block C Club, 
Women's Field Hockey 
Team 

COX. DAVID RANDALL 
Spartanburg, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Assoication 
for Computing Machinery, 
Marshall Williams & Grace 
Cornett Bell Scholarship, 
Abney Foundation Scholar- 
ship, Pi Mu Epilon Freshman 
Math Award, Math Club 

CULPEPPER, S. LYNNE 
Laurel MS 

Elementary Education, BA 
CUMBIE, MICHAEL CHARLES 
Vidalia, GA 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration, Stu- 
dent Art League, Football, 
Army ROTC 
CURTIS, EDNA D 
Seneca, SC 
Reading, MS 
DABBS, LISA 
Sumter, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 



Delta Delta Delta (Social 
Events Chairman), Kappa 
Alpha Little Sister, Council of 
Exceptional Children, Stu- 
dent Alumni Council (Secre- 
tary). Golf Club. Campus 
Tour Guide 

DAIGNEAULT, DEBBIE J. 
Montreal, Canada 
Elementary Education, BA 
Pi Beta Phi, Women's Swim 
Team 

DAISLEY, KAREN ELIZABETH 
Greenville, SC 
Architecture, BA 
Student Union, ASC/Ameri- 
can Institute of Architecture, 
Student Art League 

DALLAS, DAVID W 
York, PA 

Civil Engineering, BS 
Scuba Club (President), 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers Tri Chi Brotherhood 
(Treasurer) Phi Kappa Phi, 
Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi 

DALTON, REBECCA E 
Asheville, NC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

Feature Twirler Tiger Band, 
Delta Delta Delta. Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon Little Sister, 
Homecoming Court (1979, 
1980). Mortar Board. Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart 
1980 

DANDRIDGE. JUDY MCDAN- 
IEL 

York, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Gamma Rho Little Sis- 
ter (Chaplain of Rho Mates), 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

DANTZLER, JR. FREDERICK 
W 

Holly Hill, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, BS 
American Ceramic Society 
(President), Keramos (Vice 
President), Joint Engineering 
Council, Equipment Man- 
ager for Marching Band 

DARLEY, DANA GRANT 
Atlanta, GA 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Nuclear Society, 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

DASPIT. THOMAS GERALD 
Aiken, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
WSBF Chief Engineer, Blue 
Key, Tigerrama Technical Di- 
rector, Micro Computer Club 
(President), Dorm Council 
(Secretary), Institute of Elec- 
trical & Electronic Engineers 

DAVIDSON, THOMAS 
CHARLES 
Bishopville, SC 
Agronomy, BS 
Kappa Alpha Sigma, Agron- 
omy Club (President, Trea- 
surer), Phi Kappa Phi, Gam- 
ma Sigma Delta, Alpha Zeta 

DAVIES, DAVID RICHARD 
Charleston, SC 
Administrative Management, 



BS 

American Society for the 
Personnel Administration, 
Tri-Chi, TIGER/TAPS Pho- 
tographer, AFROTC 

DAVIS, LARRY DAVE 
Davenport, FL 
Architecture, BA 
Student Senate, Senate 
Committee Chairman, Sen- 
ate Parliamentarian, AS- 
C/American Institute of Ar- 
chitecture 

DAVIS, LEON, A 
Bishopville, SC 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Campus Crusade for Christ, 
Fellowship of Christian Ath- 
letes, South Carolina Re- 
creation and Park Society, 
Intramural Sports 

DAVIS, PAMELA JOAN 
Clemson, SC 
English, BA 

Tiger Band, Concert Band, 
Mu Beta Psi 

DAVIS. ROGER TIMOTHY 
Florence, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Foresty Club, Intramural 
Sports, Society of American 
Foresters 

DAVIS. SARAH JOY 
Orangeburg, SC 
Political Science, BA 

DAWSEY. MARTA 
Aiken, SC 

Mathematical Sciences, BA 
Alpha Lambda Delta (Secre- 
tary) Phi Eta Sigma, Pi 
Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Math 
Club, Intramural Basketball 

DECARLO. KEAN JOSEPH 
Langley AFB, VA 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society Mechani- 
cal Engineering, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Ameri- 
can Society for Military Engi- 
neers, Air Force ROTC, Ar- 
nold Air Society Clemson 
Weighthfting Club 

DEGUSMAO. MARIAOTILIA 
R M. 

Recife, Brazil 
Water Resources, MS 

DENNING, JR JIMMY 
Little Mountain, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
The TIGER (Newswriter, As- 
sistant News Editor, Copy- 
reader), American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers, Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ 

DENNIS, JAMES RAYMOND 
Canisteo, NY 

Agricultural Mechanization & 
Business, BS 

D'ENTREMONT, GARY L. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Chemical Engineering. BS 
American Institute Chemical 
Engineers, APO. Clemson 
Chorus 

DERRICK, LAURIE LEE 
Little Mountain, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 
Delta Delta Delta, Clemson 



Dancers 

DESNIELDS. DORINA E 
Greenville, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Society of Women 
Engineers, American Nucle- 
ar Society, Campus Crusade 
for Christ 

DEVORE. II WILLIAM NEW- 
TON 

Greenwood, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Chi Epsilon 

DEWITT, II THOMAS HAROLD 
Orangeburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering 

DICKERSON, ANGELA GAYE 
Anderson, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mor- 
tar Board, Sigma Theta Tau, 
Student Nurses Association 

DICKERT, STEVEN GRADY 
Greenville. SC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Technology, BS 

DILL, BARBARA CAROL 
Greenville, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Association 

DILLARD, KIMBERLY DENISE 
Taylors, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers (Secretary), 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers, American Nuclear So- 
ciety 

DILWORTY, TRACELYN ANN 
Simpsonville, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Clemson University Chorus, 
Mu Beta Psi Pledge, Campus 
Crusade. Dorm Council, In- 
tramural Sports 

DISHER, SCOTT BLAKESLEE 
Indialantic, FL 
Architecture, BS 
Sailing Club (Fleet Captain), 
Theta Chi (Secretary, IFC 
Representatives) 

DIX, HAROLD JAMES 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

DIXON. DONALD EUGENE 
Rembert, SC 
Civil Engineering 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

DRAFTS. REBECCA FRAN- 
CES 

West Columbia, SC 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society 

DRAWDY, WILLIAM A. 
Ruffin, SC 
Agricultural Engineering, BS 

DREWS, ENGLISH KUHNE 
Charleston, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Kappa Sigma Little Sister, 
American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration, Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of 



Management 

DRIGGERS, JR. DAVID 
MCCLENDON 
North Charleston, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Design. BS 

Tau Sigma Delta. Associated 
Student Chapter/ American 
Institute of Architecture, 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

DORROH, SALLIE DIANE 
Siverstreet, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Lutheran Student Move- 
ment (Vice President, Spe- 
cial Projects), Intramurals 

DOUGLAS, MACIE ELIZA- 
BETH 

Edgemoor, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Pamoja (Secretary, Vice 
President), Clemson Univer- 
sity Gospel Chorus, Bengal 
Babe, Alpha Kappa Alpha, 
Intramurals 

DOWLING, CRAIG B. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration 

DUBIS. KEVIN MARK 
Summerville, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Campus Crusade for Christ, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, University 
Chorus 

DUBLIN, SCOTT RICHARD 
Dacusville, SC 
Recreation & Park Adminis- 
tration, BS 

Pershing Rifles. Rod and 
Gun Club, Alpha Phi Omega, 
Clemson Weight Club, South 
Carolina Recreation and 
Park Society 

DUBOSE, STANLEY SCOTT 
Sumter, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Dorm 
Council, Intramural Sports. 
Student Academic Advisor, 
Baseball 

DUFF, ROBERT RANDALL 
Libertville, IL 

Financial Management, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega (Social 
Service Chairman), Finance 
Club 

DUKE, WILLIAM OTIS 
Goose Creek, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Baseball 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM ROY 
Pendleton, SC 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Fencing, Intramural Sports, 
Fellowship of Christian Ath- 
letes 

DUNN, JOE WILLIAM 
Columbia, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Weightflift- 



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ing Club. Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

DUNN, II WILLIAM CARLE- 
TON 

Mauldin. SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Tau Omega (Public 
Relations Officer, Worthy 
Scribe Secretary, By-Laws 
Committee Chairman), Intra- 
murals, Clemson Racquet- 
ball Club 

DUNOVANT. EVE MARIE 
Columbia, SC 

Secondary Education 
(Math), BA 

Presbyterian Student Asso- 
ciation (Moderator, Food 
Chairman) Collegiate Civitan 
(Vice President), Treasurer's 
Staff, Clemson Dancers 

DUPONT, DEAN THOMAS 
Summerville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Ruby Club, Arnold Air Soci- 
ety. American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. Tau 
Beta Pi 

DURHAM, BECKY MILLER 
Easley, SC 
Early Childhood. BA 
Kappa Delta Pi 

DUVALL, JAMES ANTHONY 
Baldwin. MD 
Accounting, BS 
Club Football. Accounting 
Club. Dorm Council, Weight- 
lifting Club 

EADDY. DEBBIE CAROLINE 
Florence, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society, Student Union, 
Intramural Sports 

EARLS, PENNY LEE 
Blacksburg, SC 
Poultry Science, BS 
Poultry Science Club (Presi- 
dent), Agriculture Council, 
Alpha Zeta 

EAST. THERESA MARIE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon Little Sister, Student 
Nurses Association 

EASTMAN, STEVEN THOMAS 
Edgewater, MD 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Concert Band 

EDWARDS, JOAN ELIZA- 
BETH 

Walhalla, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club, Kappa Delta 
(Second Assistant Treasur- 
er) 

ELAM, NANCY HARVEY 
Statesville, NC 
Financial Management, BS 
Tiger Twirler, Accounting 
Club, Finance Club, Institute 
of Internal Auditors, Kappa 
Alpha Theta (Recording 
Secretary, Derby Day Chair- 
man) 

ELDER. II RICHARD K 
Sumter, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 



ELLENBERG. CHRISTINE 
COOPER 
Seneca, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Intercollegiate Debate Team. 
Clemson Forensic Union, Psi 
Chi (Treasurer. President), 
Sigma Tau Epsilon (Vice 
President, President) 

ELLINGTON. JESSE C. 
Columbia. SC 

Mechanical Engineering. BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Co-op 
Student 

ELLIOTT, THOMAS ERUIN 
Greenville. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

ELLIS. TIMOTHY BELLE 
Lancaster, SC 
Electrical Computer Engi- 
neering, BS 

ELLISON, KAREN CAMILLE 
Greenville, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Resident Assistant, Dorm 
Council. Block & Bridle Club 

ELROD. RANDY LEWIS 
Piedmont, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Resident Assistant, Ameri- 
can Society for Personnel 
Administration (Treasurer, 
Vice President) 

ELSEY, DAVID MICHAEL 
Charleston, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Co-op Student. American 
Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers 

EMANUEL, JR BEN F. 
Lancaster, SC 
Chemistry, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Dorm 
Council, French Club, Ameri- 
can Chemical Society 

EPPER. PATRICIA KATHRYN 
Charleston. SC 
Food Science, BS 
Chi Omega, Food Science 
Club (Vice President), 
Weightlifting Club, Alpha 
Zeta, Gamma Sigma Delta, 
Spanish Club 

EPPS, RANDY D 
Marietta, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Golden Gloves Champion 

EPTING, MITZI CAROLE 
Salisburg, NC 
Microbiology, BS 
Sigma Chi Little Sister (Sec- 
retary, President), Alpha 
Lambda Delta 

EPTING, THOMAS WARREN 
Columbia, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers (Treasur- 
er) 

ERSKINF, RANDY HUGH 
North Augusta. SC 
Engineering Technology, BS 
Society of Engineering Tech- 



nology 

ESKEW. PHILLIP MAYBERRY 
Greenville. SC 
Political Science. BA 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Model 
UN, Alpha Phi Omega 

EUDY, MELISSA ANN 
Rock Hill, SC 
Nursing, BSN 

Student Senate. Steering 
Committee. Commission of 
Undergraduate Studies. Del- 
ta Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha 
Theta. Rush Councilor 1981, 
Student Nurses Association, 
Chairman of Food and 
Health 

EVANS, PATRICIA ANN 
Lake City, SC 
Mathematical Sciences, BS 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Math 
Club 

EVANS. TIMOTHY ALAN 
Charleston, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Campus Crusade for Christ, 
Sovereign Grace Fellowship, 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

EWERS. KEVIN LEE 
Summerville. SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club. Intramural 
Sports 

EWING, III JOHN JOSEPH 
Central, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers 

FADER, LEISA KATHLEEN 
Tulsa, OK 

Financial Management, BS 
Central Dance Concert 
Committee, Intramural 
Sports 

FAILE, JOHN CHRISTIAN 
Easley, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega, Finance 
Club 

FAIREY, ELIZABETH WOOD- 
SIDE 

St Matthews, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club (Treasur- 
er), Debate Team 1980, Al- 
pha Lambda Delta 

FANT, AL REESE 
Anderson, SC 
Administrative Management 

FANT. THOMAS MUSTIN 
Columbia, SC 
Design, BS 

ASC/American Institute Ar- 
chitecture, Dorm Council 

FARTHING, SUSAN LYHH 
Rock Hill, SC 

Industrial Management, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Dorm Council. 
Met, i ( i.irnm.i ' ,K|iii.i, Soi H'ly 
for Advancement of Man- 
agement 

FELKEL. ROBERT ANDREW 
Columbia, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Student Fireman, Clemson 
Rangers, Army ROTC Honor 
Guard, Pershing Rifles, 
Scabbard & Blade (Com- 



manding Officer), Recreation 
Park Administration Honor 
Society, Recreation Park 
Administration Student/Fa- 
culty Advisory Committee. 
Cadet Commander Army 
ROTC 

FENNELL. REBECCA BURN 
Columbia, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Mortar Board (Treasurer), 
Accounting Club, (Secre- 
tary). Kappa Kappa Gamma 
(Membership Chairman), Phi 
Beta Sigma 

FENZL, KEVIN ROBERT 
Hamburg, NY 
Accounting, BS 
Dorm Council, Accounting 
Club, College Republicans, 
Student Government 

FERGUERON. HOLLY DENISE 
Ninety Six, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

FERGUSON, B. LOUISE 
Winnsboro, SC 
Food Science, BS 
Intramural Sports, Taps, 
Central Dance Concert 
Committee, Food Science 
Club 

FERGUSON, CHARLES H. 
Great Falls, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BA 

Phi Delta Theta, ROTC, 
USAR 

FERRELL. JOHN JOSHUA 
Columbia, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Joint Engineering 
Council, Pi Kappa Alpha 
(Pledge Master), IFC Soccer 
Player Coach 

FERRELL, LEE EVERTON 
Chesapeake, VA 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

FILIPSKI, PAUL STANLEY 
Florence, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Tau 
Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. Phi 
Eta Sigma 

FINLEY. MARK HUGHES 
Mountville. SC 
Civil Engineering. BS 
Tiger Band, American Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers 

FISH, CHARLES S. 
Columbia. SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Bowling Club, Golf Club, ln- 
tramurals 

FISHER. RICHARD GRANT 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

FISHER, ROXIE LEE 
Honea Path, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren 

FITZGERALD, EKIN JANE 
Alezandria, VA 
Nursing, BSN 

Fine Arts Committee, Resi- 
dent Assistant, Student 
Nurses Association, Fellow- 



ship of Christian Athletes 

FLECHTNER, KURT A. 
Ridgewood. NJ 
Design, BS 

FLEENER. KRISTEN LEE 
Houston, TX 
English, BA 

TAPS, Central Dance Con- 
cert Committee (Hospitality 
Chairman). Performing Arts 
Organization, English Club, 
WSBF 

FLEISCHER, LAURA LJ 
Spartanburg, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Pre-Vet Club 

FLETCHER. SUZANNE 
North Augusta, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club, Finance 
Club, University Chorus, 
Dorm Council Resident As- 
sistant, Presbyterian Student 
Association (Secretary) 

FLOYD, JR. RALPH NIXON 
Bloomington, IN 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, 
American Society for the 
Personnel Administration, 
Intramural Sports 

FLOYD, SYLVIA JUNE 
Marion, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society 

FLOWERS. ELIZABETH AL- 
LEN 

Deland, FL 
Computer Science, BS 

FOLSOM, NANCY L 
Jacksonville. FL 
Accounting, BS 
Tiger Band Flag Corps. Stu- 
dent Trail Court Member. 
Accounting Club 

FORD. KATHRYN LEIGH 
Chamblee, GA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, Chi Epsilon 
(Secretary), Panhellenic 
Council, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha 
Lambda Delta. American 
Society for Civil Engineers, 
Intramural Sports 

FORE. AMY LOUISE 
Mt. Pleasant. SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Clemson Forestry Club, So- 
ciety for Personel Adminis- 
trators, Dorm Council, Soci- 
ety of American Foresters 
(Student Committee for 
Reaccreditation), Business 
Manager (The Forester" 
1982 

FOSTER, ALFRED FRANCIS 
Charleston, SC 
Computer Science, MS 

FOSTER, DARLYNE KATH- 
RYN 

Gaffney, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

FOSTER. SUZANNF 
Anderson, SC 

Administrative Management, 
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Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Intra- 
murals 

FOUT, C. PRESTON 
Fort Lauderdale, FL 
Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club (Secretary), 
Society of American Forest- 
ers (Chairman), Dorm Coun- 
cil (Vice President), Intramu- 
ral Sports 

FOWLER. BRENDA DIANE 
Greenville. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Delta Gamma (Foundations 
Chairman), Gamma Sigma 
Sigma, Finance Club. Ac- 
counting Club, American So- 
ciety for Personnel Adminis- 
tration, Tour Guide 

FOWLER, DONNA L 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Delta, Psychology 
Club, French Club 

FOWLER, JOHN WILLIAM 
Mt Pleasant, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Association for Computing 
Machinery, DPMA 

FOWLIE. DAVID, A. 
Kearny, NJ 
Wood Utilization. BS 
Clemson Wrestling, Xi Sigma 
Pi, Forest Products Re- 
search Society 

FOX, NORMAN KEATON 
Williston, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
Tiger Band, Clemson Con- 
cert Band, Alpha Lamdba 
Delta. Phi Heta Sigma. Tau 
Beta Pi, American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers, Navi- 
gators 

FRADY. KENNETH R. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

FRANZMAN. KYLE ANN 
Marietta, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Delta, Accounting 
Club. Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha 
Lambda Delta. Beta Gamma 
Sigma 

FRAZIER. CATHERINE JEN- 
KINS 

Lawrenceville, VA 
Computer Science. BS 

FREED. KYLE ROBERT 
Marietta. GA 

Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club, Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

FREEMAN. DELLA ANN 
Greenville, SC 
Mathematics, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Ph 
Eta Sigma, Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Rally Cat, 
Tiger Band, Flag Corps, 
Kappa Delta (Philanthrophy 
Chairman - - House Man- 
ager), Sigma Chi Little Sis- 
ter, Math Club, Accounting 
Club, Dorm Council 

FREEMAN. HARRY RICHARD 
Chesterfield. SC 
Mechanical Engineering. BS 



American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

FREEMAN, JAN BROWN 
Columbia. SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Baptist Student Union (Co- 
President) 

FRENCH. FLORENCE ALMA- 
MARIE 

Panama City, FL 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

FULMER, HENRY DAVID 
Columbia, SC 
Architecture. BS 
Phi Delta Theta. ASC/Amer- 
ican Institute of Architecture 

FULMER, SUSAN LYNN 
Simpsonville, SC 
Science Teaching (Math- 
ematics), BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma. Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Math Club. University 
Chorus 

GAILLARD, WM ALEX 
Melbourne, FL 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Theta Chi. Karate Club 

GALL. JOHN DAVIS 
Batesburg. SC 
Recreation and Parks Ad- 
ministration. BS 

GALLAGHER, MATTHEW P 
Ridgewood, NJ 
Building Science and Man- 
agement. BS 

Associated General Con- 
tractors of America (Presi- 
dent) 

GAMBLE. SARA LISA 
Florence, SC 

Secondary Education, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Pi 
Beta Phi 

GAMBLE. JR William AIKEN 
Lugoff, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club 

GAMBRELL. GINA ANN 
Level Land, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Association 

GAMBRELL, KAREN LOR- 
RAINE 

Ninety Six, SC 
Math Science, BS 
Tiger Band (Percussion 
Coordinator), Concert Band. 
Mu Beta Psi (President) 

GARDNER. JAMES M 
Lancaster, SC 
Electrical Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

Beta Heta (President). Joint 
Engineering Council. Society 
of Engineering Technology, 
Dorm Council, Central Spirit 
(Steering Committee) 

GARRETT, PAMELA DORIS 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Tiger Band, Concert Band, 
Accounting Club 

GASOUE, MICHAEL GENE 
Elon College, NC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Football 

GERDING. DANIEL JAMES 



Gatlinburg, TN 
Architecture. BA 
Phi Delta Theta (Historian, 
Vice President). Ski Club 

GERING, LAWRENCE RU- 
DOLPH 
Clemson, SC 
Forestry /Math, MS 
Graduate Student Associ- 
ation (Vice President), Stu- 
dent Government Executive 
Council, Xi Sigma Pi 

GERMERSHAUSEN. CARIN 
SUE 

West Columbia. SC 
Engineering Technology, BS 
Dorm Council (Treasurer), 
Gamma Sigma Sigma (Presi- 
dent, Treasurer), Rugby 
Club, Central Dance Concert 
Committee, Theta Chi Little 
Sister 

GIBSON. CHARLES ERIC 
Six Mile, SC 

Electrical Engineering. BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronics Engineers 

GIBSON. LINDSAY ANN 
Greenville, SC 
Spanish, BA 

Kappa Delta (Vice Presi- 
dent). Mortar Board (Pag- 
eant Chairman), Sigma Delta 
Pi (President), Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Sigma Tau Epsilon, 
Clemson Dancers, Fles Pro- 
gram, Spanish Club, Ameri- 
can Association of Spanish 
and Portuguese Teacher's 
Award, Spanish Club Medal 
1980, Sigma Nu Rush Girl 

GIBSON, LLOYD DALE 
Easley. SC 

Agricultural Mechanization & 
Business, BS 

Agricultural Mechanization 
Club (Vice President), Alpha 
Zeta, Intramural Sports. 
Gold Kist Scholarship. 
Woodmen of the World 
Scholarship 

GILES. CYNTHIA DARLENE 
Pendleton, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Student Senator, Senate 
General Affairs Committee 
Secretary, Senate Clerk, 
Senate Food & Health Com- 
mittee Chairman, Senate 
Steering Committee Co- 
Chairman, Student Body 
Secretary, President's Cabi- 
net. Finance Committee, 
Joint Council, Biochemistry 
Club, College Republicans, 
Tennis Team Matchmates, 
Kappa Delta, Sigma Chi Lit- 
tle Sister, District #3 Chair- 
man of the Sc State Student 
Legislature 

GILLER. TERESA LYNN 
Newark, DE 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

GILPIN. JOHN WITHER- 
SPOON 
Columbia, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Student Government (Stu- 
dent Body Vice President, 



Student Senate, Speakers 
Bureau, Traffic Review 
Board), Student Alumni 
Council (President. Chair- 
man of 1980 National Stu- 
dent Alumni Association 
Convention), Pi Kappa Al- 
pha Campus Crusade for 
Christ (Emcee of Greek Life), 
Blue Key (Tigerama 1981 Di- 
rector Assistant, Tigerama 
1980 Director), Mortar 
Board, Tiger Brotherhood, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma 

CILSTRAP, CAROL JEAN 
Greenville, SC 

Administrative, Manage- 
ment, BS 

American Society of Safety 
Engineers, Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

GILSTRAP. TERRY LEE 
Easley, SC 

Textile Chemistry, BS 
American Association Tex- 
tile Chemists & Colorist 
(Secretary), Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Baptist 
Student Union, Navigators, 
Intramural Sports. Robert K. 
Textiles Award. Marvin R. 
Cross Textile Award, Phi Psi, 
Allied Chemical Foundation 
Scholarship, Collins & Aik- 
man Scholarship 

GIORDANO, CATHERINE 
ANNE 
Bowie. MD 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Eta 
Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi, 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Uni- 
versity Hotline 

GLENN. CARMEN E. 
Jenkinsville, SC 
Ornamental Horticulture, BS 
Resident Assistant, Dorm 
Council, Horticulture Club 
(Secretary). TIGER Staff, In- 
tramural Sports. Dean's List, 
Pi Alpha Xi. Baptist Student 
Union 

GLENN. RICHARD EARL 
Greer, SC 
Economics, BA 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Col- 
lege Republicans, ROTC 

GODFREY, WILLIAM RHETT 
Laurens, SC 
Agronomy, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho, Agricul- 
ture Council, (Secretary- 
Treasurer Chairman), Agron- 
omy Club (President) 

GOGGANS, KATHLEEN AN- 
NETTE 

Greenville, SC 
Geology, BS 

Mu Beta Psi, Geology Club, 
University Chorus 

GOOD, LARRY E. 
Taylors, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
University Chorus, American 
Institute of Chemical Engi- 
neers, Mu Beta Psi, Ameri- 
can Nuclear Society, College 
Republicans 



GOODSON, GREGORY KIRK 
Sumter, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Technology, BS 

GRAHAM, CAREY EDWIN 
Aynor, SC 

Agricultural Business, BS 
Agricultural Economic Club 
(Agriculture Economic Pro- 
gram Chairman), Student 
Senate, University Housing 
Committee, Department of 
Services Staff 

GRAHAM, JAMES ALLEN 
Cheraw, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Student Government, 
Weightlifting Club, Sailing 
Club, B-5 Organization, In- 
tramural Sports Student 
Union (Games & Recreation 
Committee, Special Events 
Committee, South Carolina 
Recreation and Part Society 

GRAMLING, GLORIA JOYCE 
Williston, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Tiger Band, Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon, Psi Chi 

GRAY, DOUGLAS SCOTT 
Atlanta, GA 

Financial Management, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Academic AII-ACC 
Baseball, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon (Vice President, Presi- 
dent), Finance Club, Blue 
Key, Tiger Brotherhood 
(Treasurer), Mortar Board 
(President), President's 
Cabinet (R&D Chairman), 
Abney Scholar 

GRAY, ELIZABETH ANN 
Fountain Inn, SC 
Science Teaching (Biology), 
BS 

GREEN. WILLIAM ERIC 
Rock Hill. SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Intramural 
Sports, Clemson Weight 
Club 

GREENE. KATHERINE DEN- 

ISE 

Meridian, MS 
Accounting, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma (Treasurer, 
President), Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma, 
Gamma Sigma Sigma,' Col- 
lege Republicans (Treasurer, 
Secretary), Accouning Club 

GREENE, PATRICIA NORRIS 
Spartanburg, SC 
Elementary Education, BS 
Women's Fencing Team, Pi 
Beta Phi, Intramural Sports, 
Psychology Club, Water Ski 
Club 

GREENE, REBECCA TAN- 
KERSLEY 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

GREGORY, THOMAS BRAD- 
FORD 

Roswell, GA 
Financial Management, BS 

Wrestling Team, Campus Cru- 



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GRIFFIN, ANGELA CYTHIA 
Taylors. SC 
Industrial Education, BS 

GRIPPIN, SHERON E 
Candor, NY 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Intramural Sports 

GUNAY. ZIYA 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Sailing Club (Fleet Captain) 

GUYTON, AMANDA BETHEA 
Florence, SC 
Nursing, BSN 

Delta Sigma Nu, Alpha 
Lambda Kappa Kappa 
Gamma (First Vice Presi- 
dent, Chapter Council), Stu- 
dent Nurses Association, 
Sigma Theta Tau, Intermur- 
als, Mortar Board, Greek Life 

HAGAN, SARA LYNN 
Johnsonville, SC 
Educational Psychology, BA 
Kappa Alpha Order Little 
Sister, Young Republicans, 
Chi Omega (Chapter Corre- 
spondent, Psychology Club 

HAHN, KAY ELAINE 
Newton, NC 
Accounting Club 

HAIGLER, CHERYL MARIE 
Cameron, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club, Finance 
Club 

HAILEY. ERNEST KEITH 
Hurt. VA 
Psychology, BA 
Phi Gamma Delta Brother 
(Pledge Trainer, Social 
Chairman, Recording Secre- 
tary) 

HAIR, WILLIAM MICHAEL 
St. Matthews, SC 
Agronomy, BS 

HALL, CHARLES DARON 
Tampa, FL 
English, BA 

Weight Club, English Club, 
Clemson Players 

HALL, JOHN LANE 
Greer, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Biochemistry Club (Presi- 
dent), Science Organizations 
Council (President), Sigma 
Tau Epsilon American 
Chemical Society, Tiger 
Band, American Nuclear So- 
ciety 

HALL, KAREN LEE 
Belton, SC 

Elementary Education, BS 
The TIGER (Photographer). 
Clemson University Emer- 
gency Medical Service 
(Treasurer), Clemson Danc- 
ers, Miss Clemson Pageant, 
Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren 
HALL, LORIE DENISE 
Summerville, SC 
Engineering Technology, BS 
Delta Gamma. Society for 
Engineering Technology 
HALL. MARGARET RUTH 
York, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 



Alpha Gamma Rho Little Sis- 
ter, American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Society 
of Women Engineers. Intra- 
mural Softball 

HALLIDAY. CRAIG STUART 
Ocean City, NJ 
Mathematics, BS 
Sigma Nu (Secretary), Stu- 
dent Senate, Allumni Coun- 
cil, Wrestling Team, Sailing 

HALTIWANGER, BRENDA 
KAY 

Silverstreet. SC 
Accounting, BS 
Intramural Sports, Account- 
ing Club. Beta Gamma Sig- 
ma, National Association of 
Accountants 

HAMILTON, DAVID MICHAEL 
Charleston, SC 
Architecture. MA 
The CHRONICLE (Editor), 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architects (President), Stu- 
dent Art League 

HAMMOND, NANCY ANNE 
Piedmont, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, 
American Society for the 
Personnel Administrators, 
Gamma Sigma Sigma. Uni- 
versity Chorus 

HAMMOND, ROBERT G. 
Anderson, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers. American 
Nuclear Society 

HANCE. JR. CARL WAYNE 
Columbia. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Chi Epsilon, Pi Kappa Alpha 

HANCOCK, LISA LEIGH 
Charleston, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society of Person- 
nel Administrators (Treasur- 
er), Phi Eta Sigma, Beta 
Gamma Sigma 

HANEY. JANICE L 
Greenville, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

HANKINSON, ANN CRIMMINS 
Columbia, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 

HANNA, JR. JAMES MYRON 
Seneca, SC 
Chemistry, BS 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Phi 
Kappa Phi, American 
Chemical Society (Vice 
President, President), Bio- 
chemistry Club, American 
Nuclear Society, Merck In- 
dex Award. National Science 
Foundation Undergraduate 
Fellow, Science Organiza- 
tions Council 

HANNAH, TERRY SUSANNE 
Greenville, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Sociology Club 
Crisis Line Volunteer, Soci- 
ology Club 



HANNES, ROY C 
Spartanburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Sports 
Car Club, Motorcycle Club 

HANSON, BARBARA MAYSE 
Pendleton, SC 
History, BA 

HANSON, DANA ROBERT 
Seneca, SC 
Accounting, BS 
The TIGER (Editor-in-Chief, 
Copy Editor) 

HARDIN, III FITZ LEE 
Charleston, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi, 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, Frisbee Club 

HARDING. JEFFREY SCOTT 
Gaffney, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Intramural 
Sports 

HARDWICK, JEFFREY BRYCE 
Conway. SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Sigma Nu, Trail Court. Su- 
preme Court, Blue Key 
(Treasurer), Mortar Board, 
Student Alumni Council 

HARDY, STEPHEN CRAIG 
Laurens, SC 

Engineering Technology, BS 
Society of Engineering Tech- 
nologists. American Institute 
of Industrial Engineers 

HARDY, TAMMY 
Walhalla, SC 
Math, BS 

Pamoja, Alpha Kappa Alpha 
(Secretary, Treasurer). 
French Club, Math Club 

HARKNESS. TRINA DARLENE 
Greer, SC 

Computer Science, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma, Association 
for Computing Machinery 

HARLEY, JR. HACK THOMAS 
Dillon, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club 

HARLEY, JR WILLIAM BAX- 
TER 

Columbia, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Campus 
Crusade for Christ 

HARMON, HARRIET HOPE 
Anderson, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Beta Gamma Sig- 
ma, Delta Gamma 

HARNER, JULIE ANNE 
Hanahan, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Kappa Delta (Treasurer), 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Rush 
Girl 

HARNESBERGER, MICHAEL 
TIMOTHY 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 



HARPE. WILLIAM CHRISTO- 
PHER 

Asheville. NC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Technology. BS 
Alpha Tau Omega 

HARPER, ELLEN ELIZABETH 
Anderson, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Institute for Electrical & Elec- 
tronics Engineers, Society of 
Women Engineers, Associ- 
ation for Compution Machin- 
ery, Clemson Players 

HARRIET, JUDY A. 
Lodge, SC 

Agriculture Business, BS 
Dorm Council, Alpha Gam- 
ma Rho Little Sister (Presi- 
dent of Rhomates. Rho- 
mates Pledge Trainer) 

HARRISON. MICHAEL JONA- 
THAN 

Greenwood, SC 
Molecular Microbiology, BS 
Biochemistry Club, Ameri- 
can Chemical Society, 
American Society for Micro- 
biology. Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Phi 
Kappa Phi 

HARTMAN. JR. KENNETH 
Joppa, MD 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration. BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society (Treasurer, 
Chairman) 

HARTZAG ANNE COOPER 
Orangebuig, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Intramural Sports, American 
Society for Personnel Ad- 
ministrators, Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

HARVEY. C. FRED 
Moncks Corner, SC 
Economics, BS 
Clemson Christian Fellow- 
ship, Campus Crusade for 
Christ, Intramural Softball, 
Clemson Weightlifting Club, 
National Defense Transpor- 
tation Association (Treasur- 
er) 

HAR/EY, MARGARET DOUG- 
LAS 

Beaufort, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Chi Omega Sorority, AS- 
C/American Institute of Ar- 
chitects, Master Planning 
Committee, Diploma Com- 
mittee, Greek Life 

HATCHER. MARIE E. 
Moore, SC 

Science Teaching (Math), 
BS 

Delta Delta Delta (Secretary, 
Reference Chairman), 
Kappa Delta Pi 

HAWKINS, II ROY JACK 
Orangeburg. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

University Chorus, American 
Society of Safety Engineers 

HAWES, JEFFREY BRIAN 
Walterboro, SC 



Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Football 

HAYDEN. GARY BECK 
Ladson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Sailing Club (Racing Team), 
Pep Band, Marching Band, 
Campus Crusade for Christ, 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

HAYES, STEVEN MARC 
Pickens, SC 
Economics. BA 
Young Democrats. Spanish 
Club, Sigma Delta Pi (Secre 
tary), Omicron Delta Epsilor 

HEATLEY, JR. WILLIAM ROB 
ERT 

Charleston, SC 
Environmental System Engi 
neering, PHD 

HEDGES, NANCY L. 
West Columbia, SC 
Secondary Education (Sci- 
ence), BS 

HEFFRON, JULIA ALISON 
Mount Pleasant, SC 
English, BA 

Kappa Alpha Theta, English 
Club, Pi Kappa Alpha Rush 
Girl, Intramural Sports 

HEH, REBECCA ANNE 
Anderson, SC 

Recreation and Parks Ad- 
ministration, BS 
Central Dance/Concert 
Committee, Student Faculty 
Committee, SC Park and Re- 
creation Society 

HELTON, KAREN RENEE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

HEMBREE, LARRY ANDREW 
Greenwood, SC 
English, BA 

Clemson Players (President, 
Secretary, Publicity Direc- 
tor), University Chorus, Four- 
Thirty Thursday Singers, 
English Club, Cultural Com- 
mittee, Dramatic Arts Com- 
mittee, Alpha Psi Omega. 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 

HEMBREE, LAURIE ANN 
Greenwood, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Student Senate, Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Delta, 
Collegiate Civitans (Treasur- 
er), Sociology Club 

HENDERSON, SHERI ANNE 
Taylors, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

HENDRICKS, KATHERINE 
MARIE 
Pickens. SC 
Political Science, BA 
Clemson Weightlifting Club, 
Sociology Club, Clemson 
Dancers 

HENDRIX, WALTER MARK 
Waynesboro, VA 
Mechanical Engineering BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Intramu- 
ral Sports 

HENNESSEE, H. BLAIR 
Columbia. SC 
Zoology, BS 



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Hen-Huk 



Presbyterian Student Asso- 
ciation, (President, Vice- 
president), Scabbard and 
Blade Military Honers. Finan- 
cial Officer, Army ROTC 
(Captain in Cadet Battalian) 

HENSON. RICHARD SCOTT 
Summerville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

HEHN, CHRISTOPHER S. 
Anderson, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute for 
Chemical Engineers 

HERIN, SAMUEL B 
Columbia, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha Historian), 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architecture, Student Gov- 
ernment (Communications & 
Public Relations). Mortar 
Board (Historian), Honors 
Program 

HERMAN, TINA RENAE 
Landrum, SC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

Chi Omega, Clemson Danc- 
ers, American Society for 
Personnel Administration, 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Intra- 
mural Sports 

HERNS, LOUIS PATRICK 
Mt. Pleasant. SC 
Political Science. BA 
Chi Psi (Vice-President), 
South Carolina State Stu- 
dent Legislature, Young 
Democrats. Ski Club, Span- 
ish Club, Zoology Club, Sig- 
ma Tau Epsilon, Dorm Coun- 
cil, Tickets Office Staff 

HERRING. DAVID BRUCE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Chemical Engineering. BS 
American Institute for 
Chemical Engineers 

HERRING. JOHNNA LENELLE 
Cordora, SC 

English/Communication. BA 
Student Alumni Council. Del- 
ta Delta Delta. University 
Tour Guide, Speaker's Bu- 
reau Chairperson, Student 
Government (Excutive Coun- 
cil), Pi Kappa Alpha Rush 
Girl 

HERTIG, CHRISTOPHER 
JAMES 
Anderson, SC 
Electrical Engineering. BS 
Alpha Phi Omega, Student 
Senate, Central Dance Con- 
cert Committee, Clemson 
Dancers, Institute of Electri- 
cal And Electronic Engineers 

HESTER. GEORGE M 
Calhoun Fall, SC 
Economics, BS 

HICKS, RAYMOND HESTON 
Tampa, GL 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Dorm 
Council, Scuba Club. Ameri- 
can Association for Ad- 
vancement of the Sciences. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tae 
Kwon Do Club, Varsity Swim 
Club. TAPS. Intramurals 



HIERS, RICKEY STEPHEN 
Ballentme. SC 

Environmental Systems En- 
gineering, MENGR 
HIGGINBOTHAM, ROSE MA- 
RIE 

Orangeburg. SC 
Administrative Management. 
BS 

American Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management. 
Central Dance Concert 
Committee. Finance Club 

HIKER, DAVID JAMES 
Chatham. NJ 
Architecture, BS 
Chi Psi, ASC/American In- 
stitute of Architects 

HILL, CAROLYN DALE 
Signal Mtn., TN 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Varsity Tennis Team, Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes, 
Student Senator. Blue Key, 
Resident Assistant, Kappa 
Delta 

HILL. FRANK NELSON 
Greenville, SC 
Safety & Health, BS 

HILL, MARY ELIZABETH 
Clemson. SC 

Ornamental Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club 

HILL, PRISCILL J. 
Williston. SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers. Tiger Band, 
Society of Women Engineers 

HILL, REBECCA KENYON 
Florence, SC 

Elementary Education, BA 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

HILL, RICHARD ALLYNN 
Greenville. SC 
Geology. BS 

Clemson Freewheelers 
(President). Geology Club 
(Vice President), Science Or- 
ganization Council (Vice 
President), Intramural Soc- 
cer Captain, Sirrine Scholar, 
Shell Oil Scholar 

HILL, SUSAN GAIL 
Signal Mtn , TN 
Women's Varsity Tennis 
Team, Kappa Delta, Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes, 
American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administors 

HILLS. JR GOERGE LEWIS 
Simpsonville, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi, Blue Key, 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers 

HINES. TIMOTHY EARL 
Spartanburg. SC 
Civil Engineering & Building 
Construction & Manage- 
ment, BS 
Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi 

HINSON. DAWN DARENE 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 

HIOTT, MARY ELIZABETH 
Walterboro, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren 



HITCHCOCK. MARCK GIL- 
MORE 
Central. SC 
Architecture. BA 
Raquetball, ASC/American 
Institute of Architects. Ita- 
liano, Bicycling 

HITE. PETE EDMONDS 
Florence, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Intramural Sports, Associ- 
ation of Computing Machin- 
ery 

HITOPOULOS. JR. HARRY 
GEORGE 
Mt. Pleasant. SC 
Administrative Management. 
BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

HODGE, DANIEL K. 
Cortland, NY 
Microbiology, BS 
WSBF (Assistant Sports Di- 
rector, Disc Jockey). Intra- 
mural Sports 

HODGE, DONNA KAREN 
Anderson. SC 
Nursing, BS 

Sigma Theta Tau, Students 
Nurses Association (Secre- 
tary) 

HOFFMANN. BRUCE ALAN 
Spartanburg. SC 
Food Science. BS 
Clemson Outing Club (Presi- 
dent. Secretary), Delta Sig- 
ma Nu (Vice President), 
Food Science Club 

HOKE. RAY PITTS 
Clemson. SC 
Building Science, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Asso- 
ciated General Contractors 
of America (Vice President) 

HOLCOMB. ROBERT PERRY 
North Augusta, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Alpha Epsilon Delta (Secre- 
tary) 

HOLDEN, HORACE HERMAN 
Walhalla, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

HOLLAR, JO KIMBERLY 
Greenville, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Tau 
Omega Little Sister, Society 
of the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

HOLMES, ANN MARIE 
Seneca, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Panhellenic 
Council (Vice President, 
President), President's Com- 
mission on Student Affairs, 
Student Alumni Council, 
Dorm Council, University Al- 
cohol & Drug Abuse Com- 
mittee, Resident Assistant 

HOLMES, ETTA JUAN 
Comway, SC 
Mathematics, BA 
Math Club, Ski Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Alpha Delta Pi 
(Athletic Chairman, Assis- 
tant House Chairman) 

HOLMES. JR SILAS WEN- 
DELL 



Columbia, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, American 
Institute of Chemical Engi- 
neers. Tau Beta Pi, Mortar 
Board (Vice President) 

HOLMOUIST, KYLE KEITH 
Anderson. SC 
Math, BS 

Air Force ROTC, Intramural 
Sports, Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta, Sigma Tau Epsilon. Ar- 
nold Air Society 

HOLSON. HUGH FURMAN 
Edgefield. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers (President) 

HONKONEN, JEFFERY DAVID 
Aiken, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American Nu- 
clear Society, Tau Beta Phi 

HODD, ROBIN 
Greenville, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Baptist Student Union (Co- 
Chairman Food & Banquet 
Committee), Sociology Club 

HOOKS, DONALD KEITH 
Mullins. SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
'Park Society, Intramural 
Basketball 

HOPKINS. N. MICHELLE 
Pendleton, SC 
English, BA 

Student Government (Stu- 
dent Senate Chairman), Ex- 
ecutive Council Secretary, 
President's Cabinet, Public 
Relations /Communications 
Chairman, Delta Delta Delta 
(Social Development Chair- 
man & Chaplain), Sigma Nu 
Fraternity Rush Girl, Blue 
Key, Mortar Board, Sigma 
Tau Epsilon, Miss Clemson 
Finalist, Miss Homecoming 
Runner-Up 

HOPE. CATHERINE 
Lexington, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Kappa Delta, Tiger Band, In- 
stitute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Society of 
Women Engineers (Vice 
President), Mu Beta Psi, 
Clemson Dancers 

HOPPER. MARK ALLEN 
Bolton. CN 
Architecture. BS 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architects, Club Football, 
Clemson University Wres- 
tling Team, Student Art 
League 

HOSS, MARY ANN 
North Charleston, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Dorm Council, Finance Club 

HOWARD, THOMAS I. 
Walterboro, SC 
History, BA 

HOWELL, ALICE EDWINE 
Florence, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 



American Society of Safety 
Engineers, Bengal Blades, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little 
Sister, Chi Omega Sorority 

HOWELL. JERRY DEAN 
Rock Hill, SC 
Industrial Education, BS 
Industrial Education Society, 
Clemson Graphic Arts Soci- 
ety (President) 

HUBBARD, JR. LEWIS RAY 
Anderson, SC 
Agricultural Engineering, BS 

HUDDLE, III CHARLES EDWIN 
Myrtle Beach, SC 
Accounting, BS 

HUDGENS, MICHAEL GARY 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club. Golf Club, 
Kappa Sigma 

HUDGENS, MYRON HUGH 
Seneca, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Cross Country, Indoor Track, 
Outdoor Track 

HUDGINS, JAMES KEITH 
Sumter, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club, Accounting 
Club 

HUDSON, BERNARD J 
Seneca, SC 

Computer Engineering, BS 
Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers. Sailing 
Club (Co-Fleet Captain), Mi- 
crocomputer Club 

HUEY, KAREN CARLA 
Marietta, GA 
Econimics, BS 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

HUFF, NANCY DELAON 
Hartsville, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

HUGHES. BRETT S 
Walterboro, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club (Sales Chair- 
man), Xi Sigma Pi (Presi- 
dent), Society of American 
Foresters, Alpha Lambda 
Delta 

HUGHES. JOAN D. 
Orlando. FL 
Botany. BS 

Chi Omega (Chaplain), Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ. Bot- 
any Club, Phi Epsilon Phi, 
Wildlife Society, Campus 
Tour Guide, Matchmate 

HUGES, III OSCAR LEE 
Cordova, SC 

Agricultural Economics, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho (Vice 
President), Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club, Block & Bridle 
Club 

HUGES, PAMELA JEAN 
West Columbia, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Intramural Sports, Dorm 
Council (President) 

HUKILL, SARAH CATHERINE 
Harbeson, DE 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 
Varsity Field Hockey Team, 



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Block C Club, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta Pi 

HUNTER, JUDITH ANNE 
Easley. SC 
Nursing, BS 

Delta Gamma (Scholarship 
Chairman). Student Nurses 
Association, Gamma Sigma 
Sigma, Sigma Theta Tau, 
Alumni Tour Guide 

HUNTER. JR OLIN DEWITT 
Griffin, GA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon (Pledge 
Trainer), Young Republi- 
cans, Student Senate, Soph- 
omore Student Alumni 
Council, South Carolina 
State Student Legislature, 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers. Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes. Homecoming 
Committee. Golf Team 

HURLEY. KIMBERLY STEVEN- 
SON 

Gray Court, SC 
Sociology, BA 

HUBT, STEWART WESLEY 
Sumter, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club, Phi Eta 
Sigma 

HUTTO, III GEORGE ANDER- 
SON 

Gastonia, NC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Biochemistry Club, Concert 
Band, Tiger Band 

HUTTO. MARK WILLIAM 
Orangeburg. SC 
Administrative Management. 
BS 

Sigma Nu, Clemson Rugby 
Club. American Society of 
Safety Engineers. Campus 
Crusade for Christ. Clemson 
University Chorus 

HYNDS. JR WILLIAM BENJA- 
MIN 

Columbia, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Psychology Club 

HYTE, MARY LYNN 
North Charleston. SC 
Psychology, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma 
Tau Epsilon, Psi Chi, Psy- 
chology Club (President, 
Vice President, Secretary- 
Treasurer) 

INABINET, SUSAN O. 
Hartsville, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren 

INMAN, RUFUS MONROE 
York, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, 
American Society of Person- 
nel Administration 

IMSANDE. LOUIS DANIEL 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Associ- 
ation for Computing Machin- 
ery, Forestry Club, Tiger 
Band, Concert Band, Intra- 



mural Sports 

JACKSON. CHARLES EU- 
GENE 

Orangeburg. SC 
Civil Engineering. BS 
Kappa Sigma (President), 
Chi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Interfraternity Council 
(Internal Affairs, Rush), 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

JACKSON, LORI LYNN 
Lugoff, SC 
Sociology. BA 
Chi Psi Little Sister, Womens 
Fencing, Sociology Club 
(Vice President 1980) 

JACKSON, RICHARD D 
Dillon, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

JACOBS, NELSON MOON- 
DOG 
Irma, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

DPMA, Clemson Scuba 
Club, Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

JAMES. CLIFTON BERRY 
Spartanburg, SC 
Mathematical Sciences, BS 
Computer Science, BS 
Clemson Alumni Scholar, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Dean's 
List, Association for Com- 
puting Machinery, Math Club 

JAMES, SARAH E. 
Greenville. SC 
Economics, BA 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta 
Epsilon 

JARVIS, KAREN GRACE 
Annapolis, MD 
Microbiology, BS 
Pi Beta Phi, Microbiology 
Club, Panhelenic Delegate, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 

JENSEN, DEENA JO 
Louisville, KY 
Econimics, BS 
Kappa Delta (Fund Raising 
Chairman), Clemson Wom- 
ens Rugby Club 

JETT, JOHN DUNCAN 
Denmark, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
Dorm Council, Dairy Science 
Club. Student Senate, Cen- 
tral Dance Concert Commit- 
tee 

JIRIK, JULIE ANN 
Parkersburg, WV 
History/Psychology, BA 

JOHNSON, GUY EDWARD 
Huntington, NY 
Financial Management. BS 
Chi Psi (President, Treasur- 
er), Fencing Team (All Con- 
ference— 1978-1981), Sail- 
ing Club 

J( >HN',< HI III II DDY M 
Orangeburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Clemson Rifle Team (Presi- 
dent). American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 

JOHNSON. WILl IAM ELLIOTT 



Aiken, SC 
Horticulture. BS 
Horticulture Club (Treasurer, 
President), Pi Alpha Xi 
(Treasurer), Alpha Zeta 

JOHNSON. Ill WILSON UN- 
DERWOOD 
Hartsville, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi 
Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Ameri- 
can Society Civil Engineers, 
Phi Eta Sigma Intramurals 

JONES, CTNTHIA L 
Greer. SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Chi Omega (Junior Panhel- 
lenic Chaplain), Central Spir- 
it (Pep Rally Chairman, Pub- 
licity Chairman), Student 
Alumni Council, Blue Key, 
Campus Tour Guide 

JONES, DENISE ANN 
Pineville, NC 
Financial Management, BS 

JONES, LARRY MILLER 
Columbia, SC 

Electrical & Computer Engi- 
neering, BS 

Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Club Foot- 
ball, Sailing Club 

JONES, STERLING JOHN- 
STON 

Florence, SC 

Secondary Education (Eng- 
lish & Social Studies), BA 
Delta Delta Delta. Intramural 
Doubles Tennis Champion 

JONES. STEWART EVANS 
Florence, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Order (Vice 
President) 

JONES, SHARON DENISE 
Anderson, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Chi Omega (Hall Improve- 
ment Chairman), German 
Club, Young Republicans 

JORDAN, LUCIA E 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Dorm Council, Intramural 
Sports Field Hockey, Fi- 
nance Club 

JOURGENSEN, CAROLE 
ANNE 

Greenville. SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society, Georgia Re- 
creation & Park Society, Re- 
creation & Park Administra- 
tion Honor Society, Disabled 
American Veterans 

JUDY, ANITA LOUISE 
Orangeburg, SC 
Secondary Education (Math 
Teaching), BA 
Dorm Council (Secretary 
Treasurer) 

JUSTUS. PATRICIA KAY 
Hendersonville, NC 
Nursing, BS 
Gamma Sigma Sigma 

KARFGFANNFS, JOHN KEN 
Spartanburg, SC 



Financial Management, BS 
Student Government (Legal 
Advisor), Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Finance Club 

KAUFMAN, ROBERT JOHN 
Charleston, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Air Force ROTC, Eta Kappa 
Nu 

KAY, CATHIE 
Atlanta, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Society for Advancement of 
Management, Accounting 
Club 

KAY, TOBY MASON 
Spartanburg. SC 
Architecture. BS 
Associate Student Chapter 
American Institute of Archi- 
tects. Tau Sigma Delta Del- 
ta. Kappa Alpha Order. In- 
terfraternity Council 

KEARNS. ELIZABETH MARIE 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Block C Club, Girl's Varsity 
Volleyball, Intramurals, 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers Chi Epsilon, Mortar 
Board, Kappa Alpha Little 
Sister, Dorm Council, Delta 
Delta Delta (Social Events 
Chairman, Junior Panhellen- 
ic Delegate, Panhellenic Al- 
ternate, Panhellenic Dele- 
gate, Secretary) 

KEESE, JAMES LAWRENCE 
Greenville. SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Phi Omega (Presi- 
dent, Treasurer) 

KELLEY, JR LEONARD AL- 
VIN 

Walhalla. SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Intramural Softball, Recrea- 
tion & Park Administration 
Honor Society, South Caroli- 
na Recreation & Park Soci- 
ety 

KELLEY, MARILYN DIANNE 
Greer. SC 

Elementary Education. BA 
Baptist Student Union 

KELLY. COLLEEN ANN 
Short Hills. NJ 
Political Science. BA 
Alpha Delta Pi, American 
Society for Personnel Ad- 
ministration, Spanish Club, 
Young Republicans 

KELLY, KAREN LYNNE 
Hartsville, SC 

Recreation Parks Adminis- 
tration, BS (Teaching Certifi- 
cate, BA) 

Intramural Sports, South 
Carolina Recreation & Park 
Society (Vice President), 
Batgirl (1980) 

KELLY. WILLIAM BRUCE 
Lancaster, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Skydiving Club, Waterski 
Club, American Society for 
Personnel Administration, 
Society for the Advance- 



ment of Management 

KELTON. KYLE OSBORN 
Abendeen, MD 
Forest Management, BS 
Xi Sigma Pi (Vice President), 
Alpha Zeta, Forestry Club, 
Intramurals 

KEMMERLIN, JR RUDOLPH 
HEANER 
Charleston. SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Clemson Weight Club, Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ, 
Clemson Rangers, College 
Republicans 

KENDRICK. DALE IRVIN 
New Ellenton. SC 
Ceramic Engineering, BS 
American Ceramic Society 

KENNEMORE, III CHARLES 
MILTON 

North Augusta, SC 
Physics. BS 

Rifle Team (Treasurer), Soci- 
ety of Physics Students 
(Treasurer), Sigma Pi Sigma, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Ameri- 
can Nuclear Society, Sci- 
ence's Organization Council 

KEY, MARVIN E. 
Dunwoody, GA 
Financial Management, BS 
Basketball. Student Senator, 
Legal Advisor, Chairman 
Continuing Projects Commit- 
tee, Tiger Brotherhood, ACC 
Honor Roll 

KEYS. ROBERT W 
Moscow. ID 

Environmental Engineering, 
MS 

KHALIL, MOHAMED A. HA- 
MID 

Egypt 

Automatic Control, MS 

KIEL, GARY C. 
Atlanta, GA 
System Engineering, MS 

KILLINGER, GLENN W 
Mauldin. SC 
Mechanical Engineering. BS 

KING. BONNIE GAY 
North. SC 
Financial Management, BS 

KING, HATTIE COSTA 
Johnsonville, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Chi Omega (Treasurer, 
President), Student Nurses 
Association, Young Republi- 
cans, Tour Guide, Panhellen- 
ic 

KIRBY, BEXYL KYM 
Timmonsville, SC 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation 
and Parks Society, Intramu- 
ral Sports, University Union, 
Dorm Council, Resident As- 
sistant 

KIRK, DIANA JFANNL 
Gainesville, GA 
English, BA 

Dorm Council (Vice Presi- 
dent), Clemson Players 
(Secretary), Alpha Psi Ome- 
ga 

KIRK1 AND, WAITUS KFITH 
Columbia, SC 
Math, BS 



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Sigma Nu, Interfraternity 
Council, Trail Court. Su- 
preme Court, South Carolina 
Stats Student Legislature, 
Blue Key, Tiger Brother- 
hood, Mortar Board 

KLEE. CYNTHIA MARY 
Rock Hill, SC 
Math, BS 

Air Force ROTC. Student 
Police, Capers, Angel Flight, 
The TIGER, WSBF. Alpha 
Lambda Delta. Phi Eta Sig- 
ma 

KLEMM, RICHARD 
Bernardsville, NJ 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Sigma Chi, American Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers, Intra- 
murals 

KLUTTZ. JANE SUSAN 
Signal Mtn , TN 
Accounting. BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Phi 
Eta Sigma, Accounting Club, 
Finance Club, Dean's List, 
Blazer Award Recipient 

KNIGHT, FRANK M 
Columbia, SC 
Zoology, BS 



Dixie Skydivers (Treasurer), 
Zoology Club, Weight Club, 
Botany Club. Sigma Tau Ep- 
silon. Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Dean's List, Science Council 

KNIGHT, ROSE ANN 
Rock Hill, SC 

Secondary Education (Histo- 
ry). BA 

Chi Omega. Young Republi- 
cans, Dorm Council, Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management, American So- 
ciety of Personnel Adminis- 
trators. Student Government 
Public Relation Committee. 
Student Government Om- 
budsman Committee 

KNOX, BILL C 
Belmont, NC 
Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club, Sailing 
Club, Golf Club, Karate Club 

KRAGAS, BERIT LYNN 
Spartanburg, SC 
English, BA 

Clemson Collegiate Civitan 
Club, Westminister Fellow- 
ship, French Club. Phi 
Kappa Phi. Phi Eta Sigma, 



Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma 
Tau Epsilon 

KRISHOCK. DAVID ANDREW 
Bemus Point. NY 
Forest Management. BS 
Tiger Band. Forestry Club, 
Society of American Forest- 
ers 

KOGUT. MARK D 
Hanburg, NY 
Design, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

DONKAMOORI, PRATAP, S. 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Clemson University Soccer 
Team 

KOVACS. WAYNE BRIAN 
Trenton, NY 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Sigma Chi (Pledge Master. 
Social Chairman. Fund Rais- 
ing Chairman). American So- 
ciety of Mechanical Engi- 
neers, Tiger Band, Intramu- 
ral Sports 

KOWALSKI. CARL MAR- 
SHALL 
Anderson, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 



American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management, 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

KOWALSKI, KELLY B 
Greenville, SC 
Secondary Education, BA 
Dorm Council, Campus Cru- 
sade for Christ, Baptist Stu- 
dent Union 

KUCKENS, JAN EASTHAN 
Greenville. SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
DPMA (President) 

KUKASCH, LORAINE ELLEN 
Holmdel, NJ 

Mathematical Sciences, BS 
Mu Beta Psi (Treasurer), 
Math Club, Soverign Grace 
Fellowship, University Cho- 
rus 

KURKJIAN, DAVID SCOTT 
Dunwoody, GA 
Industrial Engineering Tech- 
nolong. BS 
Intramural Sports 

LAM, MAURICE SIN-MING 
Kowloon City, Hong Kong 
Electrical Chemical Engi- 
neering, BS 




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LAMSON-SCRIBNER, FRANK 
H 

Charleston, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American Nu- 
clear Society, Tau Beta Pi, 
Intramural Sports 

LANGFORD, G MARK 
Salt Lake City, UT 
Industrial Management, BS 
Clemson Players, Rugby 
Dixie Skydivers, Student 
Senator, Student Grievence 
Co-Chairperson, TIGER Staff 
Writer, Intramural Track 
Champion, Debate Team, In- 
dividual Events National Fi- 
nalist 

LANIER, JAMES ALLAN 
Central, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American So- 
ciety Chemical Engineers 

LANKFORD. P. KIM 
Potomac, MD 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Alpha Delta Pi (Rush Chair- 
man), Young Republicans, 
Council for the Exceptional 
Children 

LATIMER, SUSAN PAULINE 
Auburn, AL 

Financial Management, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma (As- 
sistant Treasurer), Account- 
ing Club, Finance Club 

LATTANZE, GLENN ROBERT 
Charlotte, NC 
Architecture, BS 
Tau Sigma Delta, Club Foot- 
ball ASC/American Institute 
of Architects, Alpha Lambda 
Delta 

LAYMAN, JEFFREY KEPLER 
Hamilton, IN 
Accounting, BS 
Clemson University Football 
78-80, Accounting Club, Fi- 
nance Club, Clemson Uni- 
versity, National Defence 
Trasportation Association 
(Treasurer), Society for Ad- 
vancement of Management, 
Dixie Skydivers, Student 
Government Committee 
Continuing Projects 

LAYTON, JAMES WILSON 
Stuarts Draft. VA 
Textile Chemistry, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Psi 
American Association of 
Textile Chemist and Colorist 
(President) 

LEDBETTER, THOMAS S. 
North Augusta, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for Advancement of 
Management 

LEE, ALICE JEANETTE 
Georgetown, SC 
Mathematics, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Epsilon, 
Math Club, Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon, Phi Kappa Phi, Dorm 
Council, Solid Rock Fellow- 
ship, Chi Alpha Fellowship 



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LEE, PATRICIA A. 
Orlando. FL 
English, BA 
Block and Bridle Club 

LEGARE. HELEN LOUISE 
Johns Island, SC 
Agromony, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho Little Sis- 
ter, Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Central Dance Concert 
Committee 

LEMASTER. KRISTOPHER 
ALAN 

Freehold, NJ 

Recreational & Parks Ad- 
ministration, BS 
Emergency Medical Techni- 
cian, University Emergency 
Medical Service. Scuba 
Club, South Carolina Re- 
creation & Parks Society 

LEMERE, SHARON ALLINE 
Seneca, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Student Nurses Association 
(Vice President) 

LESTER. ELIZABETH LEIGH 
Clover, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

LEWIS. ANNE BAILEY 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Accounting Club. Finance 
Club (Treasurer). Dorm 
Council. Student Member 
National Association of Ac- 
countants 

LEWIS, JOHN LOGAN 
Greer. SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

LEWIS, JON STEVEN 
Johnsonville, SC 
Secondary Education, BA 
Intramural Sports, Football 
Manager, Track Manager, 
Block C Club 

LEWIS. L CARTER 
Johnston, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

LEWIS. PATRICK HAROLD 
Walterboro, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, 
American Society for Per- 
sonel Administrators 

LILLEY. LARUS ANDERSON 
Clemson, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Varsity Baseball (1979. 
1980) 

LINDSAY. ALFRED ANTHONY 
Chester, SC 
Architecture, M. Arch 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architects, Kappa Alpha Psi, 
TIGER Staff, Student Union 
Art Committee 

LINEBERGER, RENA AN- 
NETTE 

Travelers Rest, SC 
Chemistry, BS 
American Chemical Society, 
Student Attiliates (Presi- 
dent), Science Organiza- 
tions' Council (Secretary) 

LINDGERFELT, CYNTHIA 
ANN 



Greenville. SC 
Psychology. BS 
Psychology Club (Secretary- 
/Treasurer). Gamma Sigma 
Sigma 

LITTLE. EDWARD SPENCER 
Greenville. SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Kappa Sigma. Society for 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement, Intramural Sports 

LISK, RHONDA KAY 
Rock Hill, SC 

Recreation & Park Adminis- 
tration, BS 

Chi Omega, Beta Theta Little 
Sister, Tennis Matchmate, 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, South 
Carolina Recreation Parks 
Society, Sailing Club 

LOCCARINI, CAROL MARIE 
Florence, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Sailing Club, Central Dance 
and Concert Committee, Al- 
pha Delta Pi, Intramural 
Sports Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management, 
American Society of Per- 
sonel Administration 

LOGAN, GWENDOLYN JOYE 
Gaffney. SC 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta (Vice- 
President), Sigma Chi Little 
Sister, Student Government 
Legal Advisor, Beta Gamma 
Sigma (Co-President), Phi 
Kappa Phi (Co-President), 
Mortar Board. Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta. Phi Eta Sigma, Stu- 
dent Government Executive 
Council, Accounting Club 

LOLLIS, NANCY WHITE 
Greenville, SC 
English, BA 

Chi Omega (President of 
Pledge Class), English Club 

LOONEY, ROBERT BRUCE 
Aiken, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

LONG. SOPHIA ELAINE 
Prosperity, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Block and Bridle 
Club (Social Chairman), Al- 
pha Zeta (Chancellor), Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma (Social 
Chairman). Agricultural 
Council, Junior Livestock 
Judging Team, Senior Live- 
stock Judging Team, Block 
and Bridle Junior Scholar- 
ship, American Society of 
Animal Science Award. R 
Frank Kolla Undergraduate 
Scholarship 

LOSS, JOHN JOSEPH 
Baltimore, MD 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
LaCrosse 

LOVELACE, CLARE REBEC- 
CA 

Prosperity. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society of Administrative 
Management (Vice Presi- 



dent), American Society for 
Personel Administration 

LOVELACE. STEPHEN H. 
Hanahan, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Tiger Band, Concert Band. 
Snow Ski Club, Water Ski 
Club. Air Force ROTC, Ar- 
nold Air Society (Comptrol- 
ler). Intramural Sports 

LOVIN. JEFFREY CLAY 
Lancaster, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Agricultural Council (Vice 
President), Pre-Veterinary 
Club (Treasurer), Block and 
Bridle Club, Alpha Zeta, 
Hedge Hogs Diamond 
Hustlers, Campus Crusade 
for Christ 

LOWE. TERESA KAY 
Charleston, SC 
Nursing. BS 

LUNY, KAREN ANITA 
Spartanburg, SC 
Sociology. BA 
Sociology Club, Psychology 
Club, Student Government, 
Ski Club 

LUNDY. RAYMOND JOSEPH 
Levittown, NY 
Food Science, BS 
Food Science Club (Treasur- 
er), Dorm Council (Treasur- 
er) 

LUNSFORD, JOEL M. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineering 

LUMPKIN, ALAN LEE 
Dillon. SC 

Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Person- 
nel Administrators, Ameri- 
can Society of Civil Engi- 
neering, Joint Engineering 
Council, TAPS Photogra- 
pher, Patent Committee (Un- 
dergraduate Representa- 
tive), B-5 Social Organiza- 
tion, Intramural Sports Varsi- 
ty Tennis (Work Team) 

LUPFER, SARAH JANE 
Kissimmee, FL 
Wood Utilization, BS 
Forest Products Research 
Society, Forestry Club 

LYBRAND. KAREN ELIZA- 
BETH 

Wagener, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Tiger Band 

LYBRAND. MARK BENNING 
Greenville, SC 

Recreation Parks & Adminis- 
tration, BS 
Clemson Rangers 

LYNCH, ALBERT WEBSTER 
Lake City, SC 
Agronomy, BS 

LYNN. CYNTHIA DENISE 
Piedmont, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Student Senate (Secretary), 
Executive Council Secretary, 
Student Government News- 
letter Editor, Resident Assis- 
tant, Dorm Council, Gamma 
Sigma Sigma, Model United 
Nations. Campus Crusade 



for Christ. Christian Fellow- 
ship Council (Secretary) 

MABRY. JR. CHARLES RAY 
Anderson, SC 

Administrative Management. 
BA 

MACE. SUSAN ELAINE 
Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education. BA 

MARFARLANE. MARY 
BANKS 
Roanoke, VA 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management. American So- 
ciety for Personnel Adminis- 
tors, Tennis Matchmate 

MACK, ROSANNE 
Lexington, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Psi Chi, Psychology Club, 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Phi 
Eta Sigma, Dorm Council 

MACKINSON, LAWRENCE 
LEE 

Indianland, SC 
Mechanical Engineering. BS 
Tiger Band, Mu Beta Psi 

MACNAMEE, ELIZABETH 
BEACH 
Pickens, SC 

Secondary Education (Eng- 
lish), BA 

MACNAUGHTON, JR ROB- 
ERT THOMAS 
Columbia, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega (Presi- 
dent, Pledge Trainer, Alumni 
Chairman), Interfraternity 
Council, American Society 
for Personnel Administrators 

MADDEN. RODNEY DALE 
Belton, SC 

Math/Computer Science, 
BS 

MAERTENS, ALICE NELLE 
Seneca, SC 

Elementary Education, BA 
American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administrators (Sec- 
retary). TPAS 

MAGDA, ANN MICHELE 
Mt Pleasant, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
Dairy Products Judging 
Team 1980 

MAHAFFEE, GERALD W 
Seneca, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
ROTC, Clemson Rangers 
(Executive Officer), Clemson 
University Fire Department, 
Clemson University Emer- 
gency Medical Service, Per- 
shing Rifles 

MAHONY. DAVID NEAL 
Charleston, SC 
Mechanical Engineering. BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Tau 
Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi, 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Campus 
Crusade for Christ, Intramu- 
ral Sports 

MANES, THEODORE A 
Ft Mills, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 



gineers, Co-op, IFT 

MANNELLA, DAVID GERARD 
Allison Park. PA 
Industrial Management, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Varsity Football. 
Block C Club (President). Ti- 
ger Brotherhood. Student 
Government. Supreme Court 
Justice. Trail Court Judge 

MARSHALL, DALE MICHAEL 
Wilson. NC 
Design, BA 

MARTIN, BRADLEY GAINES 
Easley. SC 

Textile Chemistry, MS 
Baptist Student Union, 
American Association of 
Textile Chemist & Colorists, 
Jaque Weber Foundation 
Scholarship 

MARTIN, GARY EDWARD 
Jupiter, FL 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Intramural Sports, Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management, Resident As- 
sistant 

MARTIN. KATHRYN LYNNE 
Charleston. SC 
Mathematics, BA 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Dorm 
Council, Association of 
Computing Machinery, Math 
Club, Intramural Sports 

MARTIN, LISA KAYE 
Laurens, SC 

Industrial Management, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management 

MARTIN. PATRICE ELIZA- 
BETH 

Clemson, SC 
Electrical Engineering. BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers (Vice Presi- 
dent). Society of Women En- 
gineers, Central Spirit Com- 
mittee. Newman Club, Man- 
ning Hall Desk Clerk, Intra- 
mural Volleyball, Delta Gam- 
ma (President) 

MARTIN, PHILLIP K. 
Chesterfield, SC 
Textile Technology. BT 
American Association for 
Textile Technology 

MARTIN. ROBERT ALVIN 
Anderson, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

MARTIN. TERESA A 
Waynesboro, VA 
Microbiology. BS 
Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Delta Sigma Nu, Mi- 
crobiology Society, Clemson 
Water Ski Club 

MARTIN. KRISTA LYN 
Greenville. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Society for Women 
Engineers 

MASNrRI, JOSEPH ARTHUR 
Darlington, SC 
Econimic Zoology, BS 
Intramural Sports, Sigma NU 

MATHESON. DENNIS^ WAl - 



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Mat-Mou 



LACE 

Long Creek, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Clemson University March- 
ing Band, Mu Beta Psi. Insti- 
tute of Electrical & Electronic 
Engineers 

MATHESON, SUSAN 
DEIRDRE 
Long Creek, SC 
Zoology, BS 

Tiger Band (Assistant Librar- 
ian, Head Librarian), Mu 
Beta Psi 

MATTHEWS, CHARLES 
SHELLHOUSE 
Rock Hill. SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Block & Bridle Club, Alpha 
Gamma Rho 

MATTHEWS, ROY GILBERT 
Beaufort. SC 
Industrial Education, BS 
Pershing Rifles (Command- 
er) 

MATTISON. KEITH FRANKLIN 
Spartanburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
The TIGER (Entertainment 
Editor), TAPS. American So- 
ciety of Mechanical Engi- 
neers, Tau Beta Pi. Phi Delta 
Phi 

MATTISON. VANCE PRES- 
TON 

Spartanburg. SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
TIGER (Business Manager, 
Managing Editor, Associate 
Editor, Assistant News Edi- 
tor), TAPS, American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers, 
Student Government (Sena- 
tor, Legal Advisor), South 
Carolina Student State Leg- 
islature, Tau Beta Pi 

MAW. DAVID S. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (Vice 
President. Pledge Trainer), 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

MAYER, MICHAEL GOODWIN 
Charlotte. NC 
Financial Management, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega 

MCAFEE, THOMAS FRANK- 
LIN 

Greenville. SC 
Psychology. BA 

MCALLISTER. MICHAEL DA- 
VID 

Seneca, SC 
Math, BS 

Sigma Tau Epsilon (Vice 
President). Math Club 

MCCABE. MARGARET ANN 
Little Silver. NJ 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma 
Theta Tau. Phi Eta Sigma, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Sailing 
Club, Newman Association. 
Student Nurses Association 

MCCALL, LAURA ELIZABETH 
Hartsville, SC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

Sigma Chi Lil Sigma (Presi- 
dent), Delta Gamma (Trea- 



surer), Tiger Band Flag 
Corps, American Society for 
Personnel Administration 

MCCASKILL, AMY MARIAN 
Bethune. SC 
Secondary Education. BA 

MCCASKILL, DANIEL PHILLIP 
Clio, SC 

Computer Science. BS 
Army ROTC 

MCCAULEY, DONNA KAY 
Laurens, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Match- 
mate 

MCCLELLAN, S. JANA 
Ornamental Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club 

MCCORMACK, JUUANA 
LOUISE 
Albany, GA 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Clemson 
DsncGrs 

MCCOY, MARCIA KAY 
Anderson, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

MCCRAW, LYNN LAMBERT 
Gaffney, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

MCCREIGHT, CHARLES RAN- 
DOLPH 
Sumter, SC 

Building Construction, BS 
Kappa Alpha Order, Associ- 
ated General Contractors 
(Vice President) 

MCCURRY, ROSE ELLEN 
Summerville, SC 
Science Teaching Physical 
Science. BS 
Chorus 

MCDONAL. ELLEN R 
Lugoff. SC 
Horticulture, BS 
Sigma Si Little Sister, Tiger 
Band, Pi Alpha Sigma, Horti- 
culture Club 

MCDONALD, MICHAEL 
THOMAS 
Hawthorne, NJ 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
WSBF Staff (Sports Director) 

MCELWEE, JR JOSEPH 
MONROE 
Chester, SC 
Microbiology. BS 
Alpha Epsilon Delta (Presi- 
dent), Delta Sigma Nu, Micro 
Society, College Republi- 
cans 

MCELVEEN. Ill WILSON 
ASHBY 
Sumter, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Sigma, Society for 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

MCENTIRE, JOHN THOMAS 
Irmo, SC 

Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineering. Intramural Sports 

MCFADDIN, JR JAMES 
HUGH 



Manning, SC 
Animal Science. BS 

MCGILL, JULIA ANN 
Bennettsville, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Intramural Sports. Council 
for Exceptional Children 
Dorm Council (Treasurer), 
German Club, Clemson Col- 
legiate Civitan, Kappa Delta 
Pi 

MCGRAW, BARRY SCOTT 
Inman, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

MCGREGOR, JOHN ULMER 
Hopkins, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
Dairy Science Club (Presi- 
dent), Speakers Bureau, Ag- 
ricultural Council, Moderator 
Presbyterian Student Asso- 
ciation, Campus Ministries 
Council, Intramural Sports 

MCGUIRE, DAVID HAYWOOD 
Aiken, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers 

MCINTYRE. KENNA LEE 
Wellesley, MA 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Outing Club. South Carolina 
Recreation & Park Society, 
Delta Sigma Nu, Fiji Rush 
Girl 

MCJUNKIN, CHARLES WAL- 
LiS 

Walhalla, SC 
Education, BA 

MCJUNKIN, ERIN ELAINE 
Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Tiger Band, Education Hon- 
orary Fraternity 

MCLEER, GEORGE PATRICK 
Chamblee, GA 
Recreational Therapy, BS 

MCMAHAN, MELISSA JANE 
Greenville, SC 
Management Science, MS 

MCMAKIN. JIM RAY 
Duncan, SC 

Industrial Education, BS 
Clemson Wrestling Team, In- 
dustrial Education Society 

MCMASTER, BRIAN COOPER 
Winnsboro, SC 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Calhoun Literary Society. In- 
tramural Sports 

MCMEEKIN. LISA KAY 
Montice, SC 

Electrical Computer Engi- 
neering, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Tau 
Omega Little Sister (Vice 
President), Society of Wom- 
en Engineers, Dorm Council 

MCMINN, MARK L 
Columbia, SC 
Architecture, BS 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architects 

MCNAMARA. JR JAMES 
PATRICK 
Greenville. SC 



Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club 

MCSPADDEN, CHRISTO- 
PHER W. 
Ft. Myers, FL 
Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club, Society of 
American Foresters 

MEARS, GRAYLIN PARKER 
McCormick, SC 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BA 

Manager Varsity Tennis, Sig- 
ma Chi (Vice President), 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

MEDLOCK, JUDY CAROL 
Summerville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, 
American Society For Per- 
sonnel Administors 

MEEKER, JR RAYMOND L. 
Pitman, NJ 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Golf Club (Tournament 
Chairman). TIGER (Advertis- 
ing Manager/Business Man- 
ager), Emergency Medical 
Technician Club, American 
Society of Civil Engineers 

MELISSAS, GEORGE AN- 
DREW 

Charleston, SC 
Architecture, BA 

MELOY, CATHERINE IRENE 
Ft. Myer, VA 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

MELTON, SUSAN PAULETTE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Nursing, BSN 

Student Nurses Association, 
Alpha Delta Pi 

MERCK, HU W 
Columbia, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 

MESSICK, JR GEORGE HOW- 
ARD 

Cambridge, MD 
Engineering Technology, BS 
Clemson Radio Control Fly- 
ers. Clemson Sailing Club 
(Fleet Captain) 

METCALF. TRACY LIANE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Kappa Delta Pi, Council for 
Exceptional Children 

METTS, MARK LEE 
Greenwood, SC 
Agricultural Economics, BS 
Agricultural Economics 
Club, Tri Chi 

MGBO, TONY IFEANYI 
Enugu, Nigeria 
Industrial Management, BA 
Clemson Uni Track Team 

MICHAEL. KELLY ELIZABETH 
Trion, GA 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administrators (Sec- 
retary), Central Dance Con- 
cert Committee, Homecom- 
ing Court, Co-op, Dean's 



List, Beta Gamma Sigma 

MIDDI 1 BROOKS, MATTHI VI 
CHARLES 
Greenwood, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi, JV Cheerleader, 
Junior Division Honors Pro- 
gram, Dean's List, Alumni 
Merit Scholar, Cox Scholar- 
ship, Littlejohn Scholarship, 
Dow Chemical Scholarship 

MILLER, CELIA ANN 
Jefferson, SC 
Design, BA 

ASC/American Institute of 
Architects. Student at 
League 

MILLER. JANET C. 
Abbeville, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Tiger Band, Student Nurses 
Association (Community 
Health Director), Sigma The- 
ta Tau 

MILLER, KIM ELIZABETH 
Seneca, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega (Vice President, 
Parade Float Chairperson, 
Assistant Social Chairper- 
son), Rally Cat (Captain), 
Tour Guide, Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

MILLER, RICHARD LEE 
Deerfield, IL 
Psychology. BA 
Sigma Tau Epsilon. Psi Chi 

MITCHELL. KATHY ANNE 
Homer, GA 
Elementary Education, BA 

MITCHELL, KIMBERLY 
ELAINE 
Laurens, SC 

Industrial Management, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta (Presi- 
dent, Chaplain), Panhellenic 
Council, Student Alumni 
Council, Society for Person- 
nel Administrators, Intramu- 
ral Sports 

MITCHELL, LISA ANNE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BS 

Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren (Treasurer), College Re- 
publicans 

MOEDE, CHARLES ROBERT 
Joplin, MO 

Systems Engineering, PhD 
Graduate Student Associ- 
ation Alternate, Omega Rho, 
Baptist Student Union 

MOLES, BRENDAN ROBERT 
Closter, NJ 
Economics, BS 

MONTGOMERY, JAMES H 
Gable, SC 

Agricultural Mechanization & 
Business, BS 

Agricultural Mechanization 
Club 

MOUDY, WILLIAM RAY 
McCormick, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Pershing Rifles, Clemson 
Rangers, Scabbard & Blade, 
Clemson Sports Car Club, 
Forestry Club, Alpha Zeta 



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MOORE, LORETTA FAWN 
Goose Creek. SC 
Psychology. BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Hot- 
line. Psychology Club 

MOORE, III LOUIE JAMES 
Starr. SC 

Animal Science, BS 
Junior & Senior Livestock 
Judging Team. Block & Bri- 
dle Club 

MOORE, NANCY RHOTON 
Kingsport, TN 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi (Dixie Day 
Chairman, Panhellanic Re- 
present, Purchasing Agent), 
Beta Gamma Sigma, Central 
Spirit. Panhellenic Council 
(Scholarship Chairman) 

MORGAN. JAMES SCOTT 
Gaffney, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Sigma Nu (President, Pledge 
Trainer), Interfraternity 
Council, Resident Assistant. 
Intramural Sports, American 
Society of Safety Engineers 

MORGAN, MARTHA JEAN 
Spartanburg, SC 
Science Teaching/Mathe- 
matics, BS 

Kappa Delta (Scholarship 
Chairman, Secretary), Uni- 
versity Chorus, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta. 
Baptist Student Union, 
Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren. Campus Crusade for 
Christ 

MORGAN. SALLY 
Franklin Lakes, NJ 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha 
Tau Omega Little Sister, So- 
ciety for the Advancement of 
Management, American So- 
ciety for Personnel Adminis- 
trators, Finance Club 

MORGAN. TERRY MICHAEL 
Belton, SC 

Engineering Technology, BS 
Engineering Technology 
Honor Society 

MORRIS. DONAL WAYNE 
Lake City, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Resident Assistant, Intramu- 
ral Sports, American Society 
for Personnel Administra- 
tors, Central Dance Concert 
Committee. Club Football 

MORRIS, JOHN KEVIN 
Barnwell. SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 
Intramural Sports 

MORRISON, FREDERICK 
DEAN 
Estill, SC 
Horticulture, BS 

MOOSELEY. SHERRI LYNNE 
Mauldin, SC 
Nursing, BS 

MOSS, CHARLES MARVIN 
Gaffney. SC 
Financial Management, BS 

MOSS, DANIEL L. 



Piedmont, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega (Histori- 
an), Resident Assistant 

MOSS. JANIE LOUISE 
Blacksburg. SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Delta Delta Delta (Song 
Chairman, Executive Vice 
President) 

MOXLEY. CHARLES A. 
Walhalla, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Technology, BS 
Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology 

MULDROW, CHARLES STU- 
ART 

Monroe, SC 
Design, BS 

Phi Gamma Delta (Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Pledge 
Trainer), ASC/American In- 
stitute of Architects 

MULLINS, JR., JAMES KEN- 
NETH 

Blythewood, SC 
Agricultural Engineering, BS 

MUNCY, GLENN 
Pataskala, OH 
Nursing, BSN 

Fellowship of Christian Ath- 
letes (Vice President). Wres- 
tling Team (Captain), Varsity 
Wrestler Letterman, Student 
Nurses Association 

MURDAUGH, BARRY C. 
Islandton, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Technology, BS 
Chi Psi (Athletic Chairman) 

MURDOCK, STEVE 
Honea Path, SC 
Computer Science, BS 

MURPHY, MICHAEL PATRICK 
Clemson, SC 
Design, BA 

ASC/American Institute of 
Architects 

MURRAY. MICHAEL VAN 
ALEN 

Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
TIGER (Photo Editor), TAPS, 
CHRONICLE, Biochemistry 
Club 

MUSGROVE, JOEL MICAH 
Charleston, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Harvest- 
er's, Sailing Club 

MYERS, II RHETT BARNWELL 
Moncks Cormer, SC 
Computer Engineering, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega (Record- 
ing Secretary) 

NABORS, JULIE KAYE 
Laurens, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta (Stan- 
dards Chairman). Society of 
Administrative Management, 
American Society of Person- 
nel Administration, Match 
Mate, Dorm Council (Vice 
President) 

NANCE, JANICE LAINE 
Greenville, SC 



Math, BA 

Kappa Delta Sorority (Presi- 
dent, Editor). Math Club, 
Tour Guide, Sigma Nu Rush 
Girl, Panhellanic Council 
NEAL, ROBIN BLAKE 
Columbia, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Sigma NU 
NELSON, KENNETH M 
Wayne, NJ 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, 
Junior Varsity Tennis (2 
years), American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers, Ameri- 
can Nuclear Society (Presi- 
dent) 
NESMITH, STEPHEN LOUIS 
York, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Dixie Skydivers (President) 
NICHOLS, LISA KATHLEEN 
Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren 
NICHOLSON, GAIL W. 
Pickens, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 
NICKLES, ANDREW WELLS 
Hodges, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
NICOLL. GAYLE LYNN 
Toronto, Canada 
Architecture, March 
NIEMER, PAULA KATE 
North Agusta, SC 
Zoology. BS 

Mortar Board (Secretary), 
Alpha Lambda Delta (Presi- 
dent), Speakers Bureau, Al- 
pha Delta Pi (Pledge Chap- 
lain, Registrar), Zoology 
Club, Model United Nations, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, Delta Sigma Nu 
(Treasurer), Clemson Danc- 
ers 
NIGRO, CHRISTOPHER T. 
Hamburg, NY 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Ski Club, Dixie Skydivers 
NIX, MARY BETH 
Williston. SC 
Psychology, BA 
Marching Tiger Band 
NIX, SHERRIE ANN 
Easley, SC 

Science Teaching (Biology). 
BS 

Cheerleader (Junior Varsity, 
Varsity). Delta Delta Delta. 
Block C, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Bengal Babies 
NORMAN, JAMES FREDER- 
ICK 

Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
NYCZEPIR, DAVID JON 
Hopewell Junction, NY 
Zoology, BS 

Alpha Epsilon Delta. Sigma 
Tau Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Zoo- 
logy Club, Biochemistry 
Club. Botany Club, Intramu- 



ral Tennis. Intramural Soft- 
ball 

OLDHAM. MARK D. 
Clemson, SC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

American Society of Safety 
Engineers (President), Ar- 
nold Air Society 

O'LEARY, PETER GEORGE 
Edgefield, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Chairman of University 
Union Games & Recreation 
Committee, TIGER (Staffw- 
riter) 

OLIVER, JANE ELIZABETH 
Greer, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Intramural Basketball 

O'NEAL, WADE FORREST 
Darlington, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Tiger Band, Pep Band, 
American Society of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American So- 
ciety of Mechanical Engi- 
neers 

OPITZ, JANE BRIDGET 
Richlands, VA 
History, BA 

Pi Beta Phi (Junior Panhel- 
lenic Representative — 
Pledge Class). Sigma Tau 
Epsilon (Secretary), Gamma 
Sigma Sigma (Secretary), 
Dorm Council 

OPITZ, JUNE DAFNE 
Richlands, VA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineering, Chi Epsilon 

O'ROURKE. BRIAN J. 
Hanover, MA 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

Block C Club. Alpha Tau 
Omega. Varsity Basketball 
Manager 

OTTO, LESLIE SUSAN 
East Hanover, NJ 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Delta (Treasurer), Phi 
Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Accounting Club, Fi- 
nance Club, Tiger Band. 
Concert Band 

OWEN, MITCHELL DAIN 
Clemson, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club 

OWEN. SHEILA ELAINE 
Anderson, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club 

OWENS, ROBERT TIMOTHY 
Anderson, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Rod & 
Gun Club (President), Water 
Ski Club 

PACEWIC, MICHFI F ANN 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Student 
Traffic Review Board 

PADGETT, KATHY LEE 
Greenville, SC 



Financial Management, BS 

PAGE, GINGER LYNN 
Spartanburg, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Student Senate, Student Re- 
presentative — Scheduling 
Committee, Legal Advisor, 
Accounting Club, Chi Psi Lit- 
tle Sister 

PAGE, TRENNA JOYCE 
Honea Path, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Tiger 
Band, Concert Band 

PAINTER, JUDY ELAINE 
Gainesville, GA 
Special Education, BA 
Tiger Band, Kappa Delta, 
Concert Band, Education 
Honor Fraternity 

PAPPAS, ROBERT JAMES 
Columbia, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, TAPS, Clem- 
son Players, Co-op Club 

PARKER, LELAND WESLEY 
Spartanburg. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Chi Epsilon (President, Edi- 
tor), American Society of 
Civil Engineers. Clemson 
University Aero Club 

PARKER. PAMELA 
Honea Path, SC 
Nursing, SC 

Phi Eta Sigma. Sigma Theta 
Tau, Student Nurses Associ- 
ation 

PARKER. ROBERT WAYNE 
Greensboro, NC 
Sociology, BA 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Sociology 
Club 

PARKER, TERESA GAIL 
Rock Hill, SC 
Geology BS 

Delta Gamma (Vice Presi- 
dent Rush), Gamma Sigma 
Sigma. Elections Board, In- 
tramural Sports 

PARKER. WILLIAM REGI- 
NALD 

Lancaster, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Campus Crusade for Christ. 
Hedgehogs 

PARKER. JR WILLIAM 
THOMAS 
Blacksburg. SC 
Agriculture Education, BS 
Future Farmers of America, 
Intramural Softball 

PARNELL, LESTER DANIEL 
Iva, SC 

Secondary Education (Eco- 
nomic). BA 

PARSONS. CONNIE EILEEN 
Clemson. SC 

Engineering Technology, BS 
American Nuclear Society, 
Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology 

PATRICK, MIM VIRGINIA 
Bowman, SC 
Pre-Physical Therapy, BS 
Dairy Science Club (Year- 
book Editor), Alpha Gamma 
Rho Rho-Mate, University 
Chorus 

PATTFRSON. CHRISTOPHER 



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Winter Park, FL 
Psychology. BA 
Football, Pi Kappa Alpha, In- 
terfraternity Council, Psi Chi, 
Scabbard & Blade, Trail 
Court, Legal Advisor. Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes, 
Social Register, ROTC, Psy- 
chology Club 

PATTERSON, JR. JOHN T. 
Charleston. SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Air Force ROTC. Arnold Air 
Society 

PATTERSON. MARK FISHER 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

PATTILLO, DAVID ALEX- 
ANDER 
Atlanta, GA 

Industrial Management, BS 
Mortar Board, Kappa Alpha 
Order (President) 

PATTON, RONALD KIETH 
Greenville. SC 
Civil Engineering. BS 
B-5 (President, Social Chair- 
man), American Society of 
Civil Engineers 

PAYNE, CHARLES PHILIP 
Columbia, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, BS 
Kappa Alpha Order. Kera- 
mos Honor Fraternity, 
American Ceramic Society. 
German Club 

PAYNE. MARY ELIZABETH 
Greenville. SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Delta Gamma (Assistant 
Treasurer), Society for the 
Advancement 

PAZDAN. JOSEPH MARTIN 
Greenville, SC 
Architecture. BS 
Kappa Alpha Order, AS- 
C/American Institute of Ar- 
chitects 

PEEBLES, JAMES J. 
Columbia. SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club, Ski Club. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

PENDARVIS. Ill ANDREW 
HARLEY 
Rideville. SC 

Industrial Management. BS 
The TIGER (AD Manader), 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management (Presi- 
dent), American Society for 
Personnel Administrators 

PENLAND. MELANIE KAYE 
Charleston, SC 
Secondary Education 
(French), BA 

Presbyterian Student Asso- 
ciation, Civitan, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Pi Delta Phi 

PEPPER, WILLIAM WALTER 
Georgetown, DE 
Econimics, BA 
The TIGER (Staffwriter. Fea- 
tures Editor, News Editor, 
Associate Editor), TAPS 
(Staffwriter), Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Omicron Delta Epsi- 
lon, Army ROTC. Honor 



Guard, Society of American 
Military Engineers 

PERNA. GEORGETTE JAMIE 
Greenwich, CN 
Food Science, BS 
Food Science Club (Presi- 
dent), Agriculture Council 
(Secretary), Student Division 
of Institute of Food Tech- 
nologist (Secretary) 

PERRIN, LEIGH ANN 
Athens, GA 

Science Teaching (Math), 
BS 

Tiger Band, Concert Band, 
Math Club, Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Education Honor Fraternity 

PERRY. Ill HAROLD DEAN 
Gaffney, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Intramural Sports, Sigma 
Tau Epsilon. Psychology 
Club, Psi Chi (Vice Presi- 
dent) 

PETERSON, DEBORAH 
GRACE 
Clemson, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Pi Beta Phi, Cooperative 
Education, Accounting Club. 
Finance Club 

PETERSON. JOE M. 
Boca Raton, FL 
Architecture, BS 
Theta Chi (Vice President), 
Interfraternity Council Repre- 
sentative, Rugby 

PETTIGREW, JR. JOHN WAL- 
LACE 

Edgefield, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, South Carolina 
Student Legislature (Chair- 
man), Finance Club, Mortar 
Board, Tiger Brotherhood. 
Student Senate (Chairman 
Athletic Affairs), Student 
Body President 

PENITT, DABNEY SUSAN 
Naperville, IL 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers, Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engineers, 
Dorm Council. Clemson Fel- 
lowship Church 

PHILLIPS. GARY THOMAS 
Kesington. MD 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers. Intramural 
Softball. Sailing Club 

PHILLIPS. GENE MARIE 
Gaffney, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Model United Nations (Se- 
cretary/Treasurer), Legal 
Advisor, Pi Sigma Alpha, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Kappa 
Alpha Theta 

PHILLIPS, KIM MARIE 
Pacolet, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 
Pi Beta Phi 

PHILLIPSON, DAVID BRUCE 
Sea Girt, NJ 
Math. BA 
TAPS 

PICKENS, ANNA CATHERINE 



Anderson, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega, Finance Club, 
Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, 
Young Republicans, Ameri- 
can Society of Personnel 
Administrators 

PICKERING, HENRY ONEAL 
Branchville, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 

PIOTH, KAREN ANN 
Greenville, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Sociology Club, Psychology 
Club, Dorm Council 

PIPER. DOUG EUGENE 
Greenville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Student Senate, Institute of 
Electrical & Electronic Engi- 
neers 

PITTS, KIMBERLY LYNN 
Marietta, GA 
Mathematical Sciences, MS 

PLOWDEN, JR. IRVIN VIN- 
CENT 

Rock Hill, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Intramu- 
ral Sports 

POERSCHMANN, STEVEN E 
Dalzell, SC 

Mechanical Engineering. BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Society 
of American Military Engi- 
neers. Arnold Air Society 
(Vice Commander). B-5 
Club, Intramural Softball, 
Clemson Weightlifting Club, 
Scabbard & Blade. Resident 
Assist3nt 

POLK. PHILLIP ANTHONY 
Aiken, SC 
Agronomy, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho (Presi- 
dent). Agronomy Club, Agri- 
cultural Council, Clemson 
Soil Judging Team 

POLKINHORN, WILLIAM ED- 
MUND 

Anderson, SC 

Electrical Engineering Tech- 
nology. BS 

Varsity Football, Head 
Coach of Club Football, In- 
tramuralo 

POPE, CYNTHIA RENEE 
Charlotte. NC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society of Person- 
nel Management, Society for 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

PORCHER. EDWARD CLEM- 
ENT 

Charleston, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Sigma Nu, Chi Epsilon, Tau 
Beta Pi. Sailing Club 

PORRETTA, PETER JOSEPH 
Folsom, NJ 
Design, BS 

ASC/American Institute of 
Architects 

PORTER, LUCRETIA ANN 
Central, SC 



Nursing, BS 

National Student Nurses As- 
sociation 

PORTER, TAMMY LEE 
Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Kappa Alpha Theta (Schol- 
arship), Council for Excep- 
tional Children, Honorary 
Society of Education 

POST, WILLIAM CHARLES 
Lavonia, GA 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

POSTON, MYRA ANN 
Pamplico. SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Association 

POSTON. STANLEY R. 
Piemont. SC 
City & Regional 
Planning, MS 

POTENTE, JAMES M. 
Newlurgh, NY 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Sigma Nu, Mortar Board, 
Tau Beta Pi, American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers, 
Intramural 

POWELL, REBECCA ANNE 
Asheville, NC 

Administration & Supervi- 
sion, MS 

POWELL. THOMAS GLENN 
North Augusta, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi (Secretary), In- 
tramural Sports, Dorm Coun- 
cil, American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

PARTT, MITCHAEL S. 
Florence, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Joint Engineering Council 
(Treasurer), American Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers, Beta 
Heta (Treasurer) 

PRICE, ANN CRAWFORD 
Greenville, SC 
Chemical Engineers, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma, Society of 
Women Engineers, Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical En- 
gineers, American Nuclear 
Society (Secretary) 

PRICE. DIANE LATHAM 
Anderson, SC 

Elementary Education. MED 
Pi Beta Phi 

PRICE, PASCALL CARL 
Charlotte, NC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Kappa Sigma, American In- 
stitute of Chemical Engi- 
neers, Joint Engineering 
Council 

PRIESTER, III HORACE RICH- 
ARD 

Sayannah, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Central Dance Concert 
Committee (Junior Staff, 
Hospitality Coordinator, Vice 
President, University Union 
Board, University Union Ex- 
ecutive Council. Finance 
Club, Accounting Club 

PRIESTER, LAMAR EDWARD 
Irmo, SC 
Chemistry, BS 
American Chemical Society, 
Beta Heta 



PROCTOR, SARAH B. 
Conway, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club, Delta Delta 
Delta (Service Projects 
Chairman, Pledge Trainer, 
President) 

PROKOP, PETER P. 
Youngstown, OH 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Varsity Golf Team 

PROPST, CHARLES W. 
Moyers, WV 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi 

PURVIS, TERRI RUTH 
Conway. SC 
English. BA 

Delta Delta Delta (Corre- 
sponding Secretary) 

PUTMAN, PAMELA SA- 
VONNE 
Greenville, SC 

Recreation & Park Adminis- 
tration, BS 

Fencing Team, Theta Chi Lit- 
tle Sister, Angle Flight 

QUACKENBUSH, PALMER 
DOUGLAS 
Columbia, SC 
Architecture, BS 
ASC/American Institute of 
Architects 

QUARLES, CHARLES DER- 
RICK 

McCormick, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Weightlifting Club (Vice 
President), J.H. Griffin Me- 
moral Scholarship, 181 lb. 
Powerlifting Champion, 
Clemson Bowling League, 
Intramural Sports 

QUARLES. NELL COOKE 
Florence, SC 

Elementary Education, BA 
Kappa Delta, Beta Theta Pi 

QUARLES, PAMELA KAY 
Aiken, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Psi Chi (Secretary), Psychol- 
ogy Club, Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes, Intramu- 
ral Sports, Youth Crisis Line 

QUARLES, WILLIAM ALBERT 
McCormick, SC 
Geology. BS 
Sigma Chi, Geology Club 

RABON, RODNEY LEE 
Aiken, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Phi Delta Theta 

RAINEY, MARY SWANN 
Oak Ridge, TN 
Ornamental Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club, Alpha 
Gamma Rho Little Sister, Al- 
pha Zeta, Pi Alpha Xi 

RANDIN, ALEX BENJAMIN 
Marion, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

RAMPEY, ALAN DALE 
Clemson, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

RAMSAY, PAGE LEE 
Sumter, SC 



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Administrative Management, 
BS 

Student Alumni Council. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Stu- 
dent Traffic Review Board 
(Director, Vice President of 
Financial Affairs) Golf Club, 
Dorm Council, Blue Key 

REAGAN, ROBERT JOHN 
Cherry Hill. NJ 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Theta Chi (Librarian, Histori- 
an, Secretary, Alumni Chair- 
man), Interfraternity Council 
(Vice President), American 
Society for Personnel Ad- 
ministration 

REDWINE, JOHN MARK 
Duncan, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Sigma Tau Epsilon. Alpha 
Epsilon Delta, Psi Chi, Pi 
Kappa Alpha 

REEVES, DENNIS RANDALL 
Anderson, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

Beta Theta Pi. South Caroli- 
na Recreation & Park Ad- 
ministration 

REEVES, DONALD KEITH 
Liberty, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club, Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment, Student Assistant for 
Scheduling Office 

REID, GEORGE LEE 
Greer, SC 

Electrical Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology. Block & Bridle Club 

REID, W ALEX 

Melbourne Beach, FL 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers 

RENSHAW, DEBORAH JEAN 
Wayne, NJ 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Fencing Team 

REVAN. RICHARD GRANT 
Spartanburg, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

REVELS, WILLIAM MICHAEL 
Williamston, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Air Force ROTC 

REYNOLDS, SUSAN NEAL 
Clemson, qSC 
Recreational Theraphy, BA 
Womens Basketball Team 
(Co-Captain), South Caroli- 
na Recreation & Park Soci- 
ety 

RHODES, EMILY LEIANN 
Avondale Estates, GA 
Nursing, BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha 
I .imbda Delta, Sigma Theta 
Tau, Student Nurses Associ- 
ation 

RICE. ANGELA FARR 
Charleston, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Sigma Theta Tau 

RICE, KATHRYN LOUISE 



Columbia, SC 

Administrative Management, 

BS 

Delta Delta Delta 

RICH, TIM C. 
Arlington Hts., IL 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma 
Lambda Delta, Sirrine Foun- 
dation, Student Govern- 
ment, Alpha Phi Omega. In- 
tramurals. Golf Club 

RICHARDS. JULIE LESLYN 
Cocoa Beach, FL 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
(President of Panhellenic), 
Kappa Sigma Little Sister, 
Psychology Club, Intramural 
Tennis 

RICHARDS, RICHARD MARK 
Simpsonville, SC 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

University Union (Chairman 
of Special Events), Sailing 
Club, South Carolina Re- 
creation & Park Society 

RICHARDARDSON. A ANNE 
Greenwood, SC 
Horticulture. BS 
Horticulture Club 

RICHARDSON. MICHAEL 
ROBERT 
Clemson, SC 
Financial Management, BS 

RICHBOURG, MICHAEL T. 
Toledo, OH 

Financial Management, BA 
WSBF, TIGER, Intramural 
Sports 

RIDDLE, DANA KAY 
Greenwood, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Tiger Band Twirler, Alpha 
Delta Pi, Psi Chi (Treasurer), 
Psychology Club, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, Mortar Board 

RIDDLE, JAMES EGBERT 
Seneca, SC 
Applied Economics. PhD 

RIDDLE. JOHN D 
Taylors, SC 

Agricultural Business, BS 
Farm Credit Banks Scholar- 
ship, Agricultural Economics 
Club 

RIDGE, DENISE FREELAND 
Honea Path, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

RIDGELL, DONALD LEE 
Greenville, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Kappa Sigma (Social Chair- 
man, Academic Chairman), 
Phi Kappa Phi. Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon, Del- 
ta. Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Biochemistry Club, ROTC 

RIGG, CATHERINE CARTER 
Wise, VA 
English, BA 

Tiger Band Twirler (Captain) 
Alpha Delta Pi (Correspond- 
ing Secretary), Alpha Tau 
Omega Little Sister (Social 
Chairman), The Tiger 
(Staffwriter), Calhoun Liter- 
ary Society, English Club. Ti- 



ger Band Staff 

RIGSBY, JENNIFER LISETTE 
Charleston. SC 
Accounting. BS 
Accounting Club, Dorm 
Council 

RILEY, JR., RAY ALFRED 
Clinton, SC 

Industrial Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

ROTC. Society of Engineer- 
ing Technology, Intramural 
Sports 

RILEY, ROBERT G 
Piedmont, SC 

Engineering Technology, BS 
Tiger Band 

RINGER, JR. GERALD ED- 
WARD 

Columbia, SC 
Building, BS 

RINKER. KATHRYN ANN 
Lugoff, SC 
Mathematics, BS 
Sailing Team, Sailing Club 
(Business Manager), Math 
Club (President, Vice Presi- 
dent, Secretary-Treasurer), 
Phi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta 

RIORDAN, REBECCA SUSAN 
Greer, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers (Vice Presi- 
dent), American Nuclear So- 
ciety 

RISER. DEBORAH ANN 
West Columbia, SC 
Textile Technology, BS 
Phi Psi (President, Secretar- 
y/Treasurer), Alpha Alpha 
Pi, Alpha Gamma Rho Little 
Sister 

ROARK, JEFFREY SCOTT 
Shelby, NC 
Architecture, BS 

ROBELOT, DOROTHY J. 
Greenville, SC 
Economics, BA 
Fellowship of Christian Ath- 
letes, Clemson Women's 
Ruby Team, Central Spirit 
Steering Committee, Central 
Spirit Pep Rally Chairman. 
College Republicans, Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ 

ROBERTS, HELEN DOROTHY 
Panama City, FL 
Elementary Education, BA 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

ROBERTS. JOHN WILLIAM 
Damascus, MD 
Computer Engineering, BS 
Microcomputer Club (Vice 
President), Institute of Elec- 
trical & Electronic Engineers 

ROBERTS, JONETT ELIZA- 
BETH 

Greenville, SC 
Recreation Park Administra- 
tion, BS 

ROBFRTS, LISA GAIl 
Columbia, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Kappa Delta Pi, Council for 
Exceptional Children, Delta 
Sigma Nu 

Mi mi HIM iN. HI H NNI HI 

Ml nun i 



Charleston, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Clemson Rangers, Army 
ROTC, Delta Sigma Nu, So- 
ciety of American Military 
Engineers (President), Joint 
Engineering Council, Ameri- 
can Nuclear Society, Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical En- 
gineers (President) 

ROBERTSON, PAUL JONA- 
THAN 

Charleston, SC 
Electrical and Computer En- 
gineering, BS 

ROBERTSON. TERRY DAVID 
Sumter, SC 
Accounting BS 
Tiger Band 

ROBINSON, CHARLOTTE 
ANN 

Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma 

ROBINSON, RONALD G. 
Industrial Management, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Society for 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

ROBINSON. THOMAS EU- 
GENE 

Rock Hill, SC 

Electronic Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology, Sailing Club, Naviga- 
tors 

ROBULACK, JOHN ROBERT 
Toronto, Ontaro, Canada 
Architecture, March 

RODDEY, LEILA DUNLAP 
Rock Hill, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega, Kappa Alpha 
Little Sister 

RODESCHIN, DENISE LYN- 
NETTE 

North Charleston, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Association for Computing 
Machinery, Computer Cen- 
ter Remote Operator 

ROGERS, CHRISTIANNA L 
Columbia, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Civitan Club (Sergent at 
Arms), Sociology Club, 
Clemson Dancers 

ROGERS, DAVID WAYNE 
West Columbia, SC 
Design, BS 

ASC/American Institute of 
Architects. Campus Crusade 
for Christ 

ROGERS. FRANK KENT 
Seneca. SC 
Biophysics, BS 
Scabbard and Blade, Arnold 
Air Society, Air Force ROTC 
(Wing Commander) 
ROGFRS. LAWRENCE KE- 
EVER 
Loris. SC 

Administrative, BS 
Society for Advancement ot 
Management, Intramural 
Sports 
ROGFRS, TONY NFAl 
I iberty, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 



American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American Nu- 
clear Society 

ROSS. PAMELA JANE 
Newtown Square. PA 
Sociology, BS 

Women's Swimming, Soci- 
ology Club, Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon Little Sister (Sports Coor- 
dinator, Secretary/Trea- 
surer) 

ROWLAND, WILLIAM JAMES 
Clemson, SC 
Education, BA 

ROWLEY. CHERYL LYNN 
Greenville. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta 

RUCKMAN, WILLIAM MAU- 
RICE 

Rembert, SC 

Secondary Education, BA 
History Club 

RUFF, CHARLES RICHARD 
Newberry, SC 
Poultry Science, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega, Tiger 
Brotherhood. Alpha Zeta 
(Censor, Treasurer), Phi 
Kappa Phi, Poultry Science 
Club (Vice President), Dairy 
Science Club (Yearbook Edi- 
tor), Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha 
Lamdba Delta, 1979 Clem- 
son Dairy Cattle Judging 
Team, 1980 Poultry Judging 
Team, Dean's List 

RUMNEY. DAVID WAYNE 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Intramural Sports 

RUOFF, VAL WILLIAM 
Rochester, NY 
Wood Utilization. BS 
French Club, Phi Gamma 
Delta (President) 

RYAN. ROBERT FREDERICK 
Lansdale, PA 
Biochemistry. BS 
Ski Club, Sailing Club & 
Team, Canterbury Club 
(President). Dorm Council 
(President). Biochemistry 
Club, American Chemical 
Society 

RYAN. WILLIAM THOMAS 
Charleston. SC 
Electrical Engineering. BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Clemson 
Club Football (Vice Presi- 
dent) 

SAKURADE, YUHEI 
Asiya. Japan 

Operation Research (Math- 
ematical Science). MS 

SALMONS. MELINDA LEE 
Virginia Beach, VA 
Animal Science, BS 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Block 
& Cridle Club, Intramurals 

SAMPLE, KRISTINE JOAN 
North Augusta, SC 
English, BA 

Student Government Sena- 
tor, Academic Affairs Com- 
mittee (Secretary), Commu- 
nications Committee, Ger- 
man Club. Spanish Club, Ha- 
lian Club, Russian Club, 
Clemson Dancers, Clemson 



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Players. Student Art League 

SAMUEL. VALERIE RAE 
Chinchilla, PA 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration. BS 

TIGER (Office Manager). 
South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society (Historian), Re- 
creation & Park Administra- 
tion Honorary Society (Presi- 
dent), Intramural Sports 

SANDERS. JEAN MARIE 
Athens, GA 

Early Childhood Education. 
BA 

Delta Delta Delta, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Council for Excep- 
tional Children 

SANDIFER, DEE 
Florence, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
University Union (Games & 
Recreation Committee, Spe- 
cial Events Committee), Col- 
legiate Civitans (Secretary- 
/Treasurer) 

SANOBARA, HASAN M. 
Syria, Damascus Deratiek 
City & Regional Planning, 
MS 
APA, AID 

SARGENT. PHIL SCOTT 
Liberty. SC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

SARK, MARTY CRISLER 
Savannah, GA 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi, Co-op Club (Se- 
cretary/Treasurer), Institute 
of Electrical & Electronic En- 
gineers, Co-op Advisory 
Board. Co-operative Educa- 
tion Committee 

SATCHER. JR BEN WRIGHT 
Lexington, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Kappa Alpha Order 

SATTENFIELD. ELIZABETH 
ANN 

Laurens. SC 

Mathematic, Science, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta (Pur- 
chase Fund Officer), Math 
Club, Alpha Lambda Delta 

SAWYER, DANA LYNN 
Pompton Plains, NJ 
Recreation & Park Adminis- 
tration. MRPA 
Intramurals 

SCAGGS. KEVIN ROBERT 
North Augusta, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

SCHAVEY, ROBERT JAMES 
Rock Hill, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American Nu- 
clear Society, Joint Engi- 
neering Council, Alpha Phi 
Omega 

SCHENKEWITZ. JOHN R. 
Laurel. NJ 
Geology, BS 

Clemson Geology Club, In- 
tramural Sports 

SCHMIDT, MATTHEW W. 
Conway, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Co-op, Central Dance Con- 



cert Committee, American 
Society, Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers, Intramural 
Softball 

SCHNEIDER. DONNA MAR- 
ION 

Anderson, SC 

Recreation & Park Adminis- 
tration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society 

SCHRADER. JOHN WILLIAM 
Northfield. NJ 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Rugby Club 

SCHULTZ, KAREN ALEISE 
Aiken, SC 

Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society, Intramural 
Sports 

SCOTT, BARBARA ANN 
Greenville, SC 
Sociology. BA 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Kappa Sigma Little Sister 

SCOTT. BETTY J 
Greenwood, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

French Club, Psychology 
Club. Dorm Council 

SCOTT. TINA MARIE 
Honea Path. SC 
Elementary Education, MA 

SEABORN, JAMES LAW- 
RENCE 

Williamston, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Intramurals 

SEASE. JOSEPH C. 
Newberry, SC 
Industrial Education, BS 

SEAY, ERIC WILLIAM 
Spartanburg, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Scabbard & Rifle Command- 
er, Clemson Rangers 

SEIBERT, DAVID SCOTT 
Toms River, NJ 
Design, BA 

SENN. ROBERT H 
Clemson. SC 
Ceramic Engineering, BS 
American Ceramic Society, 
Scaba Club. Entomology 
Club 

SHAFFER. CINDA LEE 
Silver Springs, MD 
Economics, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Matchmate for Men's Tennis 
Team, Intramurals 

SHARPE. MICHAEL GRIFFIN 
Sally, SC 

Electronics Engineering 
Technology. BS 
Mu Beta Psi. WSBF, Clem- 
son University Union Tech 
Crew. Institute of Electrical & 
Electronic Engineers. Tiger 
Band. Pep Band, Concert 
Band 

SHAW, RANDY J 
Seabrook Island. SC 
Building Science, BS 
ASC/American Institute of 



General Contractors, AS- 
C/AIC, Beta Heta 

SHEALY, ELIZABETH HEATH 
Kingsport, TN 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Student Senate. American 
Society for Personnel Ad- 
ministrators. Dorm Council, 
Chi Omega (Social Chair- 
man), Mortar Board. Beta 
Theta Pi Little Sister 

SHEALY. Ill LUTHER FLOYD 
Clemson, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Pershing Rifles (Executive 
Officer), Army ROTC (Battal- 
ion Commander), Dixie Sky- 
divers, Scabbard and Blade 
(Executive Officer) 

SHELLEY, LINDA KATHERINE 
Nichols, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

SHERER, DEBORAH L. 
Rock Hill, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Psi Chi, Campus Crusade for 
Christ 

SHERER. ELIZABETH ANNE 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Delta Delta Delta, Fraternity 
Education Chairman 

SHINE, STEPHEN CHADWICK 
Nicholsonville, KY 
Computer Science, BS 
Phi Etq Sigma Tau Epsilon 
(Treasurer), Pi Mu Epsilon 
(President), Pi Delta Phi, 
Math Club, Association of 
Computing Machinery, Sci- 
ence Organization Council, 
Swim Team 

SHIRER. ELIZABETH LOUISE 
Elloree. SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

SHOOLBRED, FRANCES 
ELIABETH 
Spartanburg, SC 
Science Teaching (Biology), 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi (House Chair- 
man, Secretary), College Re- 
publicans, Micro Club 

SHORES, JOHN SNOW 
Rock Hill, SC 
English, BA 

Honors Program, TIGER 
Sports Staff, Student Senate 
(General Affairs Committee), 
Intramurals 

SHORT, JR JAMES MCLEOD 
Cheraw, SC 

Forest Management, BS 
Clemson Forestry Club, So- 
ciety of American Foresters 

SHUMPERT, RICKY ALLEN 
Columbia, SC 

Industrial Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

Pershing Rifles. Student Po- 
lice 

SIGHTLER, KEVIN WELDON 
Pendleton, SC 
Economics, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega (Director 
of Administration), American 
Society of Personnel Admin- 
istrators, Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



SILER. IV JULIUS GRADY 
Summerville, SC 
Industrial Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

JV Football, Clemson Rugby 
Club, Clemson Weight Club, 
Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology, American Institute of 
Industrial Engineers 

SIMMONS. DAVID ALLEN 
Summerville, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Intramural Sports 

SIMPKINS, FLOYD "CLARK" 
Woodruff, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
College Republicans, Fi- 
nance Club 

SIMPSON, MARY L 
Seneca, SC 

Elementary Education, BA 
Delta Sigma Nu 

SIMPSON, STEVEN REID 
Due West, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

SIMS, JOEL KEITH 
Camden, SC 
Design, BA 

SIMS, WELDONSTEWART 
North Augusta. SC 
Industrial Management. BS 
Chairman Department of 
Student Services, Chairman 
University Housing Commit- 
tee. President's Cabinet, 
Student Senator, Society for 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement, General Affairs 
Committee, Finance Com- 
mittee, Senate Steering 
Committee 

SKELTON, THOMAS EUGENE 
Clemson, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

SKELTON, WILLIAM LEE 
Clemson, SC 
Horticulture, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Zeta, 
Horticulture Club 

SKEY, DEBRA DIANNE 
Greer, SC 

Financial Management, BS 
Kappa Delta, American So- 
ciety for Personnel Adminis- 
tors, Finance Club 

SKINNER, TERESA LYNN 
Conway, SC 
English, BA 

Zoology Club. Pre-Vet Club, 
Outing Club (Secretary) 

SLIGH, JR. WILLIAM DUN- 
CAN 

McColl. SC 

Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club, Society of 
American Foresters (Secre- 
tary/Treasurer), Intramural 
Sports 

SMITH, ANDY 
Panama 

Civil Engineering, BS 
Spanish Club (President), 
Outing Club, TAPS, Co-op 
Club, International Student 
Association 

SMITH, ALLEN BURTON 
LaGrange, GA 
Financial Management, BS 
Central Dance Concert 



Committee, Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment, Intramural Sports 

SMITH, JR. BERTIE JOHN- 
STON 

Hanahan, SC 
Industrial Education, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, loto 
Lambda Sigma, Cooperative 
Education Club, Industrial 
Education Society 

SMITH, BRAD BROWN 
Spartanburg, SC 
Design, BS 

ASC/American Institute of 
Architects, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon 

SMITH. BRUCE F. 
Aiken, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administrators, Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of 
Management, Intramural 
Sports 

SMITH, BRYAN LIVINGSTON 
Cary, NC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Varsity Baseball. Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes 

SMITH, DEBORAH KAY 
Clemson, SC 

Secondary Education (Psy- 
chology), BA 

Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Gam- 
ma Rho Little Sister 

SMITH, GEORGE NEWLON 
Anderson, SC 
Financial Management, BS 

SMITH, MARY ANGELA 
Greenville, SC 
English, BA 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Kappa Sigma Starduster 
(Secretary) 

SMITH, SHANNON LEIGH 
Pendleton, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club (Vice Presi- 
dent), Student Union (Travel 
Committee) 

SMITH, STANLEY KEVIN 
Aiken, SC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

Baptist Student Union, 
American Society of Safety 
Engineers, Dorm Council 

SMITH, STEPHEN KEITH 
North Augusta, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Microbiology Club. Resident 
Assistant, Alpha Epsilon Del- 
ta (Vice President) 

SMITH, VICKI LYNNE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Elementary Education, BA 

SMITH, III WATT ELIAS 
Orangeburg, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Sigma NU 

SMOLOWSKY, LISA L. 
Langley, SC 
History, BA 

Air Force ROTC (Cadet Cap- 
tain, Colorguard), CAPERS 
Rifle Drill Team 

SNEAD, MICHAEL E. 
Bishopville, SC 



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Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Sigma, Society for 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

SNIPES. KATHRYN ANNE 
Spartanburg. SC 
Elementary Education, BA 
Alpha Delta Pi (Treasurer. 
President), College Republi- 
cans, Council for Exception- 
al Children 

SNOWBALL, PETER M. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Computer Engi- 
neering. BS 
Outing Club. WSBF 

SONS. FREDERICK L. 
Lexington. SC 
Psychology. BA 

SONS. KATHLEEN LAURA 
Lexington, SC 
Nursing, BSN 
Student Nurses Association 

SCOTTILE, WILLIAM A. 
Isle of Palms. SC 
Building Science & Manage- 
ment. BS 

Chi Psi, WSBF, Association 
of General Contractors 

SOWELL, ANTHONY WALK- 
ER 

Oakley, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Society of Physics Students, 
Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air 
Society, Institute of Electrical 
& Electronic Engineers 

SPEARMAN, SUSAN LYNN 
Simpsonville, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 

STAGGS. PHILLIP KEVIN 
Landrum, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Block & Bridle Club (Presi- 
dent), Pre-Vet Club, Agricul- 
ture Council 

STALEY, PAMELA A. 
Greenwood, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Joint Coun- 
cil of Engineering, Society of 
Women Engineers (Presi- 
dent) 

STANTON, PRENTISS KIN- 
NEY 

Cheraw, SC 
Political Science, BA 
National Model United Na- 
tion, Student Senator (Chair- 
man Organizations & Affairs 
Committee) 

STARGEL, DENTON L 
Pensacola, FL 
Financial Management, BS 
Student Government (Attor- 
ney General), Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. Student Alumni Council 
(President), Commission on 
Student Affairs, Tiger Broth- 
erhood, JV Cheerleader, Fi- 
nance Club 

STEEDLY. NANCE LYNN 
Bamberg, SC 
Math, BA 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 

STEELE. MICHAEL J. 
Columbia, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 



cal Engineers. Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon, Co-op, College Repub- 
licans, Intramural Sports, Ri- 
fle Club 

STEELE. TIMOTHY PICKSON 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, JV Ten- 
nis, American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

STEPHENS, MARJORIE LOU- 
ISE 

Columbia, SC 
Zoology, BS 

Alpha Psi Omega (Vice 
President), Clemson Players, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Zoology 
Club (President) 

STEPHENSON. JR. ROBERT 
FRANKLIN 
Lancaster, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Theta Pi 

STEVENSON, EDWARD AN- 
DREW 

Allendale, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Phi Delta Theta 

STEVENSON, JAMES HARDY 
Worton, MD 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

WSBF (Public Relations 
Manager, Music Director, 
News Director, Program Di- 
rector), TIGER (Staffwriter), 
WEPR (Producer), Clemson 
Players 

STRICKLAND, DONNA LYNN 
Anderson, SC 
Psychology, BA 

STODDARD, DAVID F. 
Anderson, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 
Student Government (Stu- 
dent Senate), Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment) 

STOKES, DAVID WAYNE 
Columbia, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

STOKES, MARK REYNOLDS 
Camden, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha, American 
Society for Safety Engineers, 
American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administrators 

STONEY. JAMES DANIEL 
Summerville, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Tiger Band, Concert Band, 
Mu Beta Psi 

STOTT, KATHY L 
Columbus, NC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

STOUDEMIRE, STUCKEY JO- 
SEPH 

Pomaria, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Chi Epsilon 

STUEBER, DEBRA DENISE 
Martinsville. VA 
Recreation and Park Admin- 
istration. BS 

Student Union (Special 
Events Committee). Recrea- 



tion Park Administration Stu- 
dent/Faculty Committee, 
South Carolina Recreation & 
Park Society 

STURGIS, RICHARD ALLEN 
Greenville, SC 
History, BA 

Intercolliegate Debate, For- 
ensics Union (Treasurer), 
Delta Sigma Rho. Tau Kappa 
Alpha 

STURGIS, WILLIAM R. 
Greenville, SC 
Economics, BA 

STURTEVANT, SARAH B. 
Hopkins, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi (Executive 
Vice President), Student 
Nurses Association, Young 
College Republicans 

SUDDETH, BROADUS N. 
Clinton, SC 

Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers (Treasurer), 
Joint Engineering Council 
(Homecoming Chairman), 
Co-op Club (Vice President, 
Treasurer), TAPS Junior 
Photographer, American Nu- 
clear Society 

SUIT, TERRI LYNN 
Greenville, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Association 

SUGHRUE, JUDITH MARIE 
Charleston, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
TAPS Photographer, Dairy 
Science Club 

SULLIVAN, LESLIE D. 
Columbia, SC 
Building Science, BS 
Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Phi Heta Sigma, Phi 
Kappa Sigma. Association 
of General Contractors, 
Gamma Sigma Delta, Stu- 
dent Senate, Associated 
Schools of Construction 
Award, AGC Citation of Mer- 
it, Honors Student. Deans 
List, Pi Delta Phi 

SULLIVAN, ROBERT DANIEL 
Clemson, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, Clemson 
Christian Fellowship, Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ 

SUMNER, DAVID TOY 
Abbeville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Technology, BS 
Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology (Vice President, Ac- 
tivities Chairman), Dorm 
Council, Block & Bridle Club, 
Intramural Sports 

SWAN, JAMES EDWARD 
Columbia, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Inter- 
fraternity Council Secretary, 
Student Traffic Review 
Board, Accounting Club 

SWEEN. JANICE C. 
Bethesda, MD 
Recreation and Pak Admin- 
istration, BS 



South Carolina Recreation & 
Parks Society. Delta Delta 
Delta (Fraternity Education 
Chairman), Kappa Kappa 
Little Sister (Rose. Secre- 
tary, Vice President), Stu- 
dent Alumni Council, Univer- 
sity Union (Travel & Outdoor 
Recreation Committee) 

SZPARA, JAMES P. 
Mendham, NJ 
Resource Management, BS 
Intramurals, South Carolina 
Recreation and Park Soci- 
ety, Lambda Chi Alpha 

TALBERT, WILLIAM RAY 
Piedmont, SC 
English, BA 

South Carolina State Stu- 
dent Legislature, Chi Psi 
(President) 

TALKY, WAYNE KEMPER 
Easley, SC 

Textile Technology. BS 
Phi Psi, American Associ- 
ation for Textile Technolo- 
gists. Baptist Student Union 

TANNEHILL. KATHRYN 
Atlanta, GA 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi. Kappa Sig- 
ma Little Sister, Society tor 
the Advancement of Man- 
agement, Campus Tour 
Guide, Intramural Sports 

TARAKJI, GHASSAN 
Aleppo, Syria 
Civil Engineering, PhD 
Minority Council (Vice Chair- 
man) 

TAYLOR. CHRISTINA FRAN- 
ZOURIA 
Aiken, SC 

Administrative Management. 
BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma 
Sigma, American Society for 
Personnel Management, So- 
ciety for the Advancement of 
Management, Clemson 
Dancers, Intramural Sports 

TAYLOR, JACKIE EMILYN 
Greenville, SC 
English BA 

Bengal Babes, Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Kappa Sig- 
ma Little Sister 

TAYLOR. JONATHAN EL- 
LIOTT 

Greenville. SC 

Secondary Education (Eng- 
lish), BA 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

TAYLOR, KATHY M 
Goose Creek. SC 
Textile Chemistry, BS 
American Association of 
Textile Chemists & Colonst 
(Vice President), Dorm 
Council 

TAYLOR, KATHRYN CAMP- 
BELL 

Clemson, SC 
Horticulture, MS 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM TIMOTHY 
Laurens, SC 
Industrial Education, BS 
Industrial Education Associ- 
ation (Treasurer), Intramur- 



als 

TEAL. JR. JAMES EDWARD 
Central, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 
Arnold Air Society 

TEDDER. JR JOSEPH BYRNE 
Gastonia, NC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers, American Nu- 
clear Society (Treasurer), 
Tau Beta Phi, Intramural 
Sports 

TEDESCO, CHRISTINE L. 
Spokane, WA 
Architecture, BA 
Pi Beta Theta, ASC/Ameri- 
can Institute of Architects, 
Student Art League 

TEMPLETON, JOHN C. 
High Point, NC 
Architecture, BS 
Kappa Alpha Order, AS- 
C/American Institute of Ar- 
chitects, Tau Sigma Delta 

THIEKER, ALICIA CROFT 
Columbia, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Calhoun Literary Society, TI- 
GER Staff Photographer, 
TAPS Staff Photographer, 
Association for Computing 
Machinery (President) 

THIGPEN, JR. JESSE DU- 
RANT 

Charleston, SC 
Electrical Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology, University Chorus, 
Intramural Sports 

THIGPEN. MARY EMMA 
Charleston, SC 
Mathematical Sciences- 
/Computer Science. BS 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Math 
Club, Dorm Council, Intra- 
mural Sports 

THOMAS, IV JOHN FRANKLIN 
Wychoff. NJ 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

Sigma Nu, Block C Club, 
Sailing Club, Varsity Fencing 
Team, Student Senate 

THOMAS, MARYLAND 
Spartanburg, SC 
Secondary Education, BS 
Rally Cats, Alpha Kappa Al- 
pha (Treasurer) 

THOMAS, SARAH L 
Seneca, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, College Re- 
publicans, Accounting Club, 
Student Traffice Review 
Board 

THOMASON, BILL 
Hickory, NC 
Building Construction, BS 

THOMASON. JEAN MARIE 
Simpsonville, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

THOMPSON, DEBORAH SUE 
Pendleton. SC 
Math, BS 

Pershing Rifles, Kappa Del- 
ta, American Nuclear Soci- 
ety, Pre-Vet Club, Student 



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Police. 1980 Miss Home- 
coming Pageant 

THOMPSON. JANE WILSON 
Spartanburg, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren, Kappa Delta Pi 

THOMPSON, JOANNE NEL- 
SON 

Orange Park, FL 
Kappa Alpha Theta (Service 
Chairman), Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children, Dorm 
Council (President) 

THOMPSON, M. DENISE 
Rock Hill. SC 
Design, BS 

ASC/American Institute of 
Architects, Student Art 
League 

THOMPSON, ROBERT 
GRADY 
Clemson, SC 

Financial Management. BS 
Finance Club 

THOMSON. RICHARD W. 
Anderson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Sailing 
Club 

THORNTON, JEFFREY RAN- 
DALL 
Greer, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Sigma Nu, Trail Court, Cen- 
tral Spirit, Central Spirit 
Steering Committee 

THRASHER. JAMES BRANT- 
LEY 

Anderson, SC 
Zoology. BS 

Alpha Lambda. Student 
Senate, Trail Court, Dorm 
Council. Edgar A. Brown 
Scholarship, Abney Founda- 
tion Scholarship. Tigerama 
Scholarship, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta 

THROWER, ALLYSON LOTZ 
Summerville, SC 
Accounting, BS 

TILL, MICHAEL STEVEN 
Walterboro, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

TILLISON, DIANE 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Accounting Club. American 
Society of Personnel Admin- 
istration 

TINDAL. JUDY J 
Greenville. SC 
Financial Management. BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta 
Gamma Sigma, Lutheran 
Student Movement (Secre- 
tary/Treasurer). University 
Lutheran Church Council 

TORBAHN, KRIS MARIA 
Greenville. SC 
Accounting. BS 
Accounting Club 

TOWNSEND. ALAN EVANS 
Dillon. SC 

Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Intramural Sports, 



Clemson Backgammon 
Champion 1980, Southeast 
Regional Backgammon 
Tournament 

TOWNSEND, CAROLYN ELI- 
ZABETH 
Blacksburg, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Association 

TOWNSEND. JAMES M. Ill 
Bennettsville, SC 
Economic Zoology 
Zoology Club. Wildlife Soci- 
ety 

TRAVAGLINI, RICHARD 
Bloomfield. NJ 
Design. BS 

Phi Delta Theta, Films and 
Video Committee, Cultural 
Committee Student Union. 
American Student Chapter- 
/American Institute of Archi- 
tecture 

TRIBBLE. REID WARREN 
Columbia. SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Student Senate, Student 
Senate President (Senior), 
Blue Key, Tiger Brother- 
hood. South Carolina State 
Student Legislature 

TRIVELY. TOM H 
Seneca, SC 
Industrial Management, BS 

TROLLING ER. MARK 
BRADSHER 
Asheboro, NC 
Architecture, BS 
American Student Chapter- 
/American Institute of Archi- 
tecture, Campus Crusade for 
Christ. Intramurals 

TRULUCK, JOHN THOMAS 
Lynchburg. SC 
Architecture, BS 
Kappa Sigma. American 
Student Chapter/ American 
Institute of Architecture 

TRUSTY. LETHA A. 
Greenville. SC 

Early Childhood Education 
BA 
Dorm Council 

TURNER. ERIC LEE 
Six Mile. SC 
Industrial Education, BS 
lota Lambda Sigma. Indus- 
trial Education Society. 
Clemson Rangers, Tae Kwon 
Do Club. 2 L.T. 263rd Ar- 
mor, Intramurals. Army 
R.O.T.C. 

TURNER, JOHNNIE WILSON 
Greenwood. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Tiger Band. Clemson Univer- 
sity Concert Band. Jazz En- 
semble. Pep Band 

TURNER. RICKY JOSEPH 
Clover, SC 

Engineering Technology. BS 
Society of Engineering Tech- 
nology 

TUTEN, JOHN ROBERT 
Edgefield. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Rifle Team (President), 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Campus Crusade 
for Christ 



TYSON, TERESA DAWN 
Greenville, SC 
Mathematical Sciences, BA 
Tiger Band, Pep Band, Con- 
cert Band, Intramurals 

ULUG, MEHMET 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Electrical Engineering, BS 

USRY. GERALD S. 
Anderson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

VANCE, DEBORAH ALISON 
Conyers, GA 
Computer Science, BS 

VANMETER. STUART ELLIS 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers. Tau Beta Phi, 
Phi Kappa Phi 

VANPATTEN, CYNTHIA A. 
Homer, NY 
Sociology, BA 
Kappa Delta, Sociology Club 
(Vice President) 

VANWITZENBURG, MARY 
JOHANNA 
Florence, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Student 
Nurses Association 

VARIN. VIVIANE A.H. 
Greenville, SC 
Agriculture Economics, BS 
Agricultural Economics 
Club. French Club 

VAUGHAN. JR ROBERT A. 
Florence. SC 
English. BA 

VAUGHN. DONALD BRUCE 
Bishopville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 
Intramural Sports 

VAUGHN. JOE ROBIN 
Clemson, SC 

Electrical & Computer Engi- 
neering, BS 

Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers 

VECCHIONE, CRAIG RODER- 
ICK 

Rockaway. NJ 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Varsity Fencing Team, Block 
C Club, Chi Psi 

VEZINA. SHERRI K 
Dunwoody. GA 
Nursing, BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Stu- 
dent Nurses Association, 
Campus Crusade for Christ. 
Panhellenic Alternate Dele- 
gate 1980 

VONTUNGELN, BRENDA S 
Clemson, SC 
Horticulture. BS 

VUTSINAS. STACIE M. 
Clinton. MD 

Elementary/Special Educa- 
tion, BA 

Volleyball (Varsity Letter- 
man), Block C Club, Dorm 
Council, Intramural Sports, 
Council for Exceptional Chil- 
dren 

WADDELL. TERESA LYNN 
Columbia, SC 



Nursing. BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Theta 
Tau, Student Nurses Associ- 
ation 

WADE, POLLY ANN 
Marietta, GA 

Engineering Technology, BS 
Sailing Club, American Soci- 
ety of Personnel AdminisAd- 
ministrators, Society of Engi- 
neering Technology 

WADE. TIMOTHY F. 
Pickers. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
ASC/American Society of 
Civil Engineers 

WALKER. SUSAN DIANNE 
Greenville. SC 
Elementary Education. BA 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa 
Sigma Little Sister, Alpha 
Lambda Delta. Phi Eta Sig- 
ma. Kappa Delta Phi 

WALKUP. RICHARD D 
Timmonsville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
TAPS (Editor, Head Photog- 
rapher, Senior Staff Photog- 
rapher), Blue Key, Tiger 
Brotherhood, Student Alum- 
ni Council, Media Represen- 
tative Student Affairs Com- 
mittee 

WALLACE. OWEN LANE 
Dillon, SC 

Agriculture Economics, BS 
Agricultural Economics Club 
(President), American Agri- 
culture Economics Associ- 
ation (President), Rifle Team 

WALLACE, MARK WILLIAM 
Mauldin, SC 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega (Presi- 
dent, Vice President), Ameri- 
can Cancer Society Board of 
Directors, Resident Assis- 
tant, Student Senate, Dorm 
Council. American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers, 
American Nuclear Society, 
Intramural Sports 

WALLACE. MARSHALL LYNN 
Simpsonville, SC 
Zoology. BS 

Alpha Phi Omega (Executive 
Committee), Dorm Council 
(President), Zoology Club 

WALPOLE, JOHN REED 
Columbia, SC 

Industrial Engineering Tech- 
nology, BS 

WALSH, MICHAEL THOMAS 
Sweibrucken, Germany 
German, BA 

WALTERS, ALLISON RUTH 
Salisbury, NC 
Horticulture, BS 
Horticulture Club, Kappa 
Delta, Central Spirit Commit- 
tee, Pi Alpha Xi (Vice Presi- 
dent) 

WANNAMAKER, DAVID D. 
St. Matthews. SC 
Agriculture Mechanization & 
Business, BS 

Agriculture Mechanization 
Club 

WARD. MARK DANIEL 
Brick Town, NJ 
Horticulture, BS 



Sigma Phi Epsilon (Greek 
Week Chairman, Rush Chair- 
man, Senior Marshall), Stu- 
dent Senate (Housing Com- 
mittee), Horticulture Club 

WARD, VIRGINIA ANN 
Columbia, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Delta Delta Delta. Student 
Nurses Association 

WARREN. MICHAEL DAVID 
Charleston, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

WARRINER, DIRK ALAN 
Bristol, VA 

Electrical & Computer Engi- 
neering, BS 

Eta Kappa Nu. Institute of 
Electrical & Electronic Engi- 
neers 

WASNESS, JAMES DONALD 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Institute of Electrical & Elec- 
tronic Engineers, Republi- 
cans 

WASSERMAN, MARK DAVID 
Rockaway, NJ 
Economics, BS 
Student Court (Chairman), 
Chi Psi (Treasurer), Fencing 
Team, South Carolina State 
Student Legislature, Mortar 
Board, Tiger Brotherhood, 
Phi Kappa Phi. Beta Gamma 
Sigma 

WATERS, II HAROLD LLOYD 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering, BS 
Eta Kappa Nu (President), 
Tau Beta Pi, Cope Dorm 
Council (Vice President), 
TAPS Photographer, Clem- 
son Fellowship Church 

WATKINS, DEBORAH RUTH 
Greenville, SC 
Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Dorm Council. Campus Cru- 
sade for Christ, Phi Beta Sig- 
ma 

WATT. CLYDE LEE 
Rock Hill, SC 

Administrative Management, 
BS 

American Society for Per- 
sonnel Administration, Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of 
Management, Dorm Council 

WATTS, KAREN ANN 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Accounting, BS 

WATSON, DONNA LEIGH 
Easley, SC 
Sociology, BS 

Botany Club, Dorm Council 
(President), Intramural 
Sports 

WATSON, CHARLES F. 
Summerville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Central 
Dance Concert Committee 

WATSON, JEFFERY TODD 
Anderson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi, American Soci- 
ety of Mechanical Engineers, 



S<S 



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Intramural Sports 

WATSON, SHERRIE GAYLE 
Bradley. SC 

Industrial Management, BS 
Tiger Band, Dorm Council 

WAY, CHARLISE 
Holly Hill. SC 

Financial Management. BS 
Finance Club, Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment, American Society for 
Personnel Administration 

WEATHERFORD, A. SCOTT 
Oswego, SC 

Agricultural Mechanization & 
Business. BS 

Tri Chi (President), Agricul- 
tural Mechanization Club 

WEATHERSBEE, III ALBERT 
ALLEN 
Columbia, SC 
Enonomic Zoology. BS 

WEAVER. PATRICIA LYNNE 
Severna Park. MD 
Math/Computer Science. 
BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta (Edi- 
tor), Sigma Tau Epsilon, Pi 
Mu Epsilon, Math Club, Chi 
Psi Little Sister 

WEBB. DAVID RUSSELL 
Salley. SC 
History. BA 
Rod & Gun Club 

WEBB. VICKI RENEE 
Greenville. SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Kappa Delta (House Chair- 
man), Student Senate. Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of 
Management, American So- 
ciety of Personnel Adminis- 
tration, Mathematics, Dorm 
Council (President) 

WEBSTER, MARY FRANCINE 
Atlanta, GA 

Elementary Education, BA 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Kappa Sigma Little Sister 
(Vice President, President) 

WEEKS. JR. JAMES EDWARD 
Greenwood. SC 
Engineering Technology, BS 
Intramural Sports 

WEEKS, MARGARET CAROL 
Charleston, SC 
Botany, BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi 
(Secretary/Treasurer, Vice 
President), Botany Club 
(President), Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon, Biochemistry Club, In- 
tramural Sports 

WEEKS, SCOTT WHITLOCK 
Jackson, SC 

Recreation & Parks Adminis- 
tration, BS 
Varsity Football 

WEEMS. JAMES ALAN 
Norris. SC 

Recreation & Parks Adminis- 
tration, BS 

South Carolina Recreation & 
Parks Society, Horticulture 
Club 

WEINING. MARK EARL 
Newark, DE 

Chemical Engineering, BS 
Sailing Team (Team Cap- 



tain), Sailing Club (Fleet 
Captain), Ski Club, Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical En- 
gineers 

WELTON, DOUGLAS A. 
Greenwood, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
University Recording Soci- 
ety, Clemson Players, WSBF 
(Program Director, Produc- 
tion Manager, Engineer. 
Chief Announcer), Tiger, 
Chronicle, The Dangerous 
Types 

WENTWORTH, PAMELA 
JEAN 

Stamford, CT 
Economics, BA 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Sig- 
ma Delta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Alpha Lambda, Delta, Stu- 
dent Legal Advisor, Spanish 
Club, Kappa Alpha Theta 

WESSINGER. KEVIN OWEN 
Clinton, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Student 
Traffic Review Board, Alpha 
Epsilon Delta, Delta Sigma 
Nu, Alpha Lamdba Delta, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Intramur- 

WEST, CHARLES F. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BA 
Air Force ROTC 

WEST, JAMES HERBERT 
Atlanta, GA 
Biochemistry, BS 
Intramurals, TIGER (Photog- 
rapher), Biochemistry Club, 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 

WESTCOTT, LAURA ELIZA- 
BETH 

Kennedyville, MD 
Design, BS 

Varsity Field Hockey, Kappa 
Delta, ASC/American Insti- 
tute of Architects 

WESTFALL, PETER HILARY 
Sullivan's Island, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Biochemistry Club (Presi- 
dent), French Club (Treasur- 
er), Botany Club, Science 
Organization Council, Panto- 
mime Club, Gymnastics Club 

WESTOVER, BRAIN DAVID 
Summerville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Finance Club (President), 
Accounting Club (Vice Presi- 
dent), Student Alumni Coun- 
cil. Student Member Nation- 
al Association of Accoun- 
tants, Institute of Internal 
Auditors, Intramural Basket- 
ball 

WHELLESS, CAROL L. 
Roanoke, VA 
Nursing, BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon Little Sister, Sig- 
ma Theta Tau, Dorm Coun- 
cil, Student Nurses Associ- 

.ilion 
WHITE. LEONARD EUERICK 
Rock Hill. SC 
Political Science, BA 
Model United Nations, Pa- 



moja (President), Gospel 
Choir 

WHITLAW, SUSAN LEIGH 
Forest Hill. MD 
Ceramic Engineering, BS 
American Cermaic Society, 
Lutheran Student Movement 

WHITLEY, KURT EDWARD 
Aiken, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 

WHITMIRE, TERESA DIANN 
Anderson, SC 
Secondary Education, BA 

WHITTEN, BETH ANNE 
Charleston, SC 
Nursing, BS 

Model United Nations (Trea- 
surer, President). Dorm 
Council (Vice President), 
Student Nurses Association, 
Student Traffic Review 
Board 

WHITTLE, TERESA ANN 
Rock Hill, SC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers (Secretary), 
American Nuclear Society, 
TIGER Staff Writer, Joint En- 
gineering Council. Alpha 
Lambda Delta 

WICKER, KEVIN SHEALY 
Prosperity, SC 
Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

WICKLIFF, JIMMY HILL 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Army ROTC, Finance Club, 
Accounting Club, Intramural 
Sports 

WIGGINS, DEBRA ANN 
Eutawyville, SC 
Financial Management, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Phi 
Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma 
Sigma, Accounting Club. Fi- 
nance Club (Secretary) 

WIGINGTON, KEVIN NEAL 
Senece, SC 

Industrial Management, BS 
Tiger Band, Concert Band, 
Jazz Ensemble, Pep Band, 
Ski Club 

WILCOX. LINDA FAY 
Pinopolic, SC 
Economics, MA 

WILLIAMS. AMY LYNN 
Clover, SC 
English, BA 

Kappa Delta, Panhellenic 
Council (Membership Chair- 
man), TAPS Staff (Records 
Editor), TIGER Staff, Central 
Spirit, Dorm Council, Sigma 
Nu Rush Girl, English Club 

WILLIAMS, CHERYL JEAN 
Orangeburg, SC 
Early Childhood Education. 
BA 

Psi Chi, Clemson Dancers, 
Dorm Council 

WILLIAMS, LAURA JANE 
Easley, SC 
Design, BS 

ASC/American Institute of 
Architects 

WILLIAMS, PHILIP EARLE 
Williamston, SC 
Political Science, BA 



Baptist Student Union, Col- 
lege Model United Nations, 
Intramural Sports, Honors 
Program 

WILLIAMS. SCOTT V. 
Hinesville, GA 
Industrial Education, BS 
Clemson Graphic Arts Soci- 
ety (Secretary/Treasurer, 
President), TAPS Photogra- 
pher, lota Lambda Sigma 

WILLIAMS. THOMAS ALLEN 
Lancaster, SC 
Accounting, BS 

WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY LEE 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

WILLIAMSON, NANCY 
MCMAKIN 
Louisville, KY 
Nursing, BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Stu- 
dent Nurses Association 

WILLIS, JEFFREY WASE 
Charlotte, NC 
Chemical Engineering, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega (Vice 
President), Joint Engineering 
Council, American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers, 
American Nuclear Society 

WILLY, ELIZABETH ANN 
Greenwood, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Biochemistry Club (Treasur- 
er), Microbiology Society, 
Sailing Club, Central Dance 
& Concert Committee 

WILSON, BRIAN CARL 
Spartanburg, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

WILSON, DEAN C. 
Camden, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 

WILSON, HUGH WALFORD 
Columbia, SC 
Civil Engineering. BS 
Kappa Sigma, American So- 
ciety of Civil Engineers 

WILSON, JOSEPH H. 
Chester, SC 

Agricultural Engineering, BS 
American Society of Agricul- 
tural Engineering 

WILSON. JULIE ANN 
Starr, SC 

Early Childhood Education, 
BA 

Baptist Student Union, Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma 

WILSON, NANCY KAY 
Charleston, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

WILSON. STACEY E. 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Recreation & Park Adminis- 
tration, BS 
Delta Delta Delta 

WINGARD, ANGELA JOHN 
Lexington, SC 
Administrative Management, 
BS 

Gamma Sigma Sigma, Alpha 
Gamma Rho Little Sister, In- 
tramural Football 

WITT, MARY L. 



Atlanta, GA 

Mathematical Sciences, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma 
Tau Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Math Club, Association for 
Computing Machinery, 
Bowling Club, Ski Club, In- 
tramural Sports 

WITT. WILLIAM OWEN 
Anderson, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers 

WRIGHT. ANNE ELIZABETH 
Atlanta, GA 
Nursing, BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Sailing 
Club, Dorm Council, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon Little Sister, Scuba 
Club (Vice President), Emer- 
gency Medical Technologist, 
Student Government, Ski 
Club, Sigma Phi Tau, Stu- 
dent Nurses Association 

WRIGHT, CYNTHIA JILL 
Greenville, SC 
French, BA 

Kappa Delta, French Club, 
Clemson Dancers 

WRIGHT, MARY ADELAIDE 
North Augusta, SC 
Computer Sciience, BS 
Math Club, Association of 
Computing Machinery, Dixie 
Skydivers (Secretary), Dorm 
Council (President), Intramu- 
ral Sports 

WRIGHT, MICHAEL JEROME 
Walhalla, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Pamoja, American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers, Mi- 
nority Council, Kappa Alpha 
Psi (President, Vice Presi- 
dent), Student League for 
Black Indentity 

WOLLA, JEFFREY MERRITT 
Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma Tau Beta Pi, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Ome- 
ga, Research & Develop- 
ment Committee, Blue Key 

WONG, YING JO 
Hong Kong 
Chemistry, MS 

WOOD. BRYAN W 
Edgefield, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega (Presi- 
dent), Tiger Brotherhood 
(Vice President), Chi Epsilon, 
American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, Student Trial Court 

WOOD, LISA A. 
Hilton Head, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Bengal Babes 

WOOD. SHAUNA OLIVIA 
Central. SC 
Nursing, BSA 
Student Nurses Association 

WOODS, JAMES FRANCIS 
Rock Hill, SC 

Engineering Technology, BS 
Air Force ROTC 

WORMSER, STEVE JAMES 
Warrington. PA 
Ceramic Engineering, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega (Scholar- 








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San Jose, Costa Rica 




Civil Engineering, BS 




Varsity Soccer, American 




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Piedmont, SC 




Electrical Engineering, BS 




Alpha Phi Omega (Vice 


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Columbia. SC 




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Engineering Technology, BS 


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Columbia, SC 




Elementary Education, BA 




Council for Exceptional Chil- 


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Columbia, SC 


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Columbia. SC 




Recreation & Park Adminis- 




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Finalist, Miss Magnolia Fina- 




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Clemson, SC 




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Soccer 




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Aardema, Jon Tyler 434, 320 

Abbott, Laconyea Judy 434 

Abele. Kileen A 338 

Abell, Erwin Marshall 434. 

378 

Abies. Alan Brian 341 

Aborn, David Asher 434 

Abrahamson, Julie E. 434 

Abrams. Clark Ivy 387 

Ackerman, Henry Dukes 387 

Ackerman, Laura Lyn 280. 

289. 306 

Ackerman, Margaret M. 434, 

294, 310 

Ackerman. Mary K. 387 

Acosta, Lenora Teresa 434 

Adams. Angela Lora 434 

Adams, Benjamin Scott 434, 

327 

Adams, Catherine D. 434, 

327, 363 

Adams, Cheryl Lynn 387, 355 

Adams, Douglas Keith 378 

Adams, Gary Hamilton 434 

Adams, Gregory James 434 

Adams, Jesse Irby 434 

Adams, John Alexander 

Adams, John Edward 387 

Adams, Robert 434 

Adams. Scott Edward 434 

Adams, Susie C. 434 

Adams, Vanessa Lynne 360 

Adams, William A . Jr. 434. 

268 

Addis, William Butler 347 

Addison, Clayton T 387, 

281, 282, 305 

Addison, Mary 387 

Addison, Richard Daniel 434 

Adkins, Thomas Glen 434 

Aeton, Jim 277 

Afrin, Lawrence Brian 434, 

276 

Agee, Graham Pelham 343 

Agnew, Amy Elizabeth 363 

Agnew, Rebecca Ann 434 

Aichele Jeanne L. 434, 352 

Aimar, Angela Ann 310 

Akel. Nancy Sue 348 

Akins, Ronald 434 

Albea. Alison 434. 305, 345, 

368 

Alber, Terri Elaine 380 

Albrecht, Fleetwood J 434, 

347 

Albritton, Vincie C. 371 

Alden, Russel 327 

Aldridge, Jean Marie 434 

Aldworth, Katherine L. 434, 

355 

Ale, Patricia Diane S. 434 

Alemi. Nancy 386, 274 

Alewine, Allison L. 434 

Alexander Bill 434 

Alexander, David 346 

Alexander, Don A. 434, 263 

Alexander, Geoffrey D. 434, 

269 

Alexander, George B. 347 

Alexander, Jeffrey R. 434, 

373 

Alexander, Jody Ann 434 

Alexander, John Mark 434 

Alexander, Pamela B. 434 

Alexander, Patricia G. 434 

Alexander, Rebecca L. 387 

Alexander, Tammy Lou 434 

Alexander, Thomas W. 387 

Alexander, Valerie M. 434 

Alexandre, Tally 341 

Aliaga, Antonio A. 434 

Alias, Noraini 434 

Allen, A. Al 312 

Allen, Angela 434 



Allen, Burl E , Jr. 434 
Allen, Charles 387, 269 
Allen, Charles Edmond 387 
Allen. Cheryl Darlene 435 
Allen. Ethel Reaves 435. 352 
Allen, Laurie Wyche 387. 
261. 301 

Allen, Lesli Yvonne 352 
Allen, Michael N. 434 
Allen, Michael Wade 320, 
344 

Allen, Pamela Elise 352 
Allen, Paul Hovis 434 
Allen, Paul Scott 434, 381 
Allen, Philip H. 434 
Allen. Robert Kent 364 
Allen, Sherrie 322. 363 
Allen, Wm. Kaye, Jr. 377 
Allison, Craig Steven 435 
Allred. Richard Dale 435. 302 
Almasri. Monamed Souhli 387 
Almeida Ana Paula 435, 278 
Alpha Delta Pi 387 
Alpha Phi Omega 300 
Alpha Gamma RHO 341 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 342 
Alpha Tau Omega 343 
Alter, Kent Ralph 387 
Althans, Kimberly S. 387. 
284, 286 

Altman, Joanne Lynne 435, 
340 

Altman, John M. 278, 301 
Alvarez, Linda Jane 435 
Alvarez, Vincent John 435 
Ames, Scott Garrett 435 
Amick. Mark Alan 435 
Ammons, Elizabeth L. 435, 
355 

Anand, Dr. 273 
Anas, Rozinah 435 
Anbrose, Kim 301 
Anders, Amy Teresa 387 
Anderson, Barbara 388, 363 
Anderson, Ben 297 
Anderson, Carla H. 435 
Anderson, Carlton 435 
Anderson, Carolyn B. 388 
Anderson, Cathryn Ann 435, 
327 

Anderson, Charles D. 435 
Anderson, Cynthia L. 346, 
348 

Anderson, Diana 435, 309 
Anderson, Elizabeth R. 436 
Anderson, Eve H. 436, 307. 
371 

Anderson. Glenna S. 436 
Anderson. James Eldon 388 
Anderson. Jeffery B. 436 
Anderson. Jeffrey S. 288 
Anderson, Kathryn L. 263. 
283. 304. 348. 350, 375 
Anderson, Kimberly A. 388 
Anderson, Luanne 338, 345 
Anderson, Lyn 360 
Anderson, Melanie A 436 
Anderson, Pamela Jean 360 
Anderson, S. Paul, III 436, 
281, 295, 377 
Anderson, Sally W. 352 
Anderson, Susan M 436, 352 
Anderson, Tony Glenn 436 
Andrews, Jeanne C. 388. 323 
Andrews. Vivian Renee 355 
Angert, Christopher C. 436 
Ansley, Mark Wallace 388, 
266, 295 

Anthony, Garry Wayne 388, 
260. 278. 290. 296 
Antonakos. Milton C. 388, 
318 

Appleby. Keith Edmund 436 
Applegate. Andrew W. 436, 



332 

Applegate. Scott D. 436, 307 

Arant. Harold Earl 436 

Arant. Melanie Lynn 436 

Archambault. Judy Ann 388 

Arey. Janet 388. 360 

Argento, Salvatore F. 436 

Ariail, Ann Bright 386 

Ariail. Betty Ann 436 

Ariail, Lisa Kay 

Arledge. John Claude 388. 

277 

Arledge. John Kevin 388, 266 

Armantrout. Lynn M. 436, 

363 

Armel, Karen Mane 436 

Armour, Alan I, II 277. 374 

Arms. Kenneth Olen 436 

Armstrong. Ann Marie 436 

Armstrong. John W. 436 

Armstrong. Richard 388. 267. 

295 

Arnett. William E.. Ill 267 

Arnette. Angie 436 

Arnold Air Society 301 

Arnold, Allyson 436 

Arnold. Elizabeth R. 371 

Arnold. John Edgar 436 

Arnold, Leslie T. 436 

Arnot. Elizabeth B 352 

Asbill, Jimmy Lee 388 

Ashcraft, Susan Blond 363 

Ashley, Carole Elaine 936 

Ashley, Samuel S.. Jr. 436 

Ashmore, David Mack 436 

Ashworth, Charles T. 288 

Ashworth, Christopher 436 

Ask, Ronald Alan 436 

Askins, Marsha L. 352 

Aichley, Pamela J. 436, 352 

Atkins, Lou Ann 388 

Atkins, Melody Ann 436 

Atkinson. Barbara B 436, 

348 

Atkinson, Frances R. 436 

Atkinson, Hope 388 

Atkinson, Jennifer E. 436. 

352 

Atkinson, Lee Albert 291 

Atkinson, Mary N. 320 

Atkinson, Pam 293 

Aucoin, Ralph Clayton 364 

Auerbach, William A 436. 

327 

Aughtry, James Edwin 436. 

300 

Austin. Deborah A. 436 

Austin, Robert C. 436, 364 

Aycock, Joseph Calvin 436, 

381 

Ayer, George J. 388, 281 

Ayers, Harold Bruce 388 

Ayers, Lawrence Kay 436, 

351 

Ayers. Lee 388, 297, 321, 

344 

Ayers, Rhonda Leigh 436. 

289, 305, 348 

Ayres, Christopher B. 436 

BabB. Bruce Michael 388, 

266 

Babb, Charles 386 

Babbs, Lisa 357 

Bacon, Steven Ernest 436, 

373 

Bae, Sue Young 436 

Baehl, Kimberlee Jo 436, 355 

Bagnal, Kenneth Drue 437 

Bagwell, Karen Nancy 437 

Bagwell. Kimberly J. 437, 327 

Bagwell, Mary Ann 279 

Baher, Farid Reza 388 

Baher, Hamid Reza 388 

Bailes, Catherine R. 437 



Bailey, Barbara Jo 360 

Bailey, Calvin K. 437 

Bailey. Charles E. 280 

Bailey. Cheryl Ann 437, 289, 

363 

Bailey, Dawn Dynette 437, 

355 

Bauley, Jimmy C. 437, 301 

Bailey. Kenneth Miles 437 

Bailey, Mark E 437, 326 

Bailey, Philip A. 437 

Bailey. Robert C. 381 

Bailey, Sandy Dean 437 

Bauley. Treva Ann 437 

Bailie, Chuck 382 

Baines, Kathy Denise 437, 

352 

Bair, Donna Lisa 269 

Bair. Elizabeth Anne 388 

Bair, Lizanne 307 

Baird, David Michael 331 

Baity. Gwen Dianne 437 

Baity. Lynda A. 437 

Baker, Allison W 352 

Baker, Ann Bissell 388 

Baker, Brad 373 

Baker, Brian Scot 437, 297 

Baker. Eugene Coy 388. 269 

Baker. George B 388 

Baker. Janet Leigh 437. 272 

Baker. John Alan 364 

Baker. M Elizabeth 437 

Baker, Mark Lmdric 389 

Baker. William Scott 389 

Baldino. Nancy 437. 371 

Baldwin, Mary Katruna 437, 

268 

Bladwm, Richard M. 437, 268 

Bales, Grady Marvin 389, 277 

Balkcom, Robert H., Jr. 437 

Ball, Jeffrey Allan 437, 351 

Ball. Susan Louise 437. 303 

Ballard, Betsy Jo 389, 286, 

363 

Ballard, Evelyn G. 348 

Ballard, Joe Glenn 437, 273. 

327 

Ballard, Mary E. 437. 355 

Ballard. Mildred M. 363 

Ballard, Robert Scott 437 

Ballenger, Jill Lee 437, 360 

Ballenger. Robert D. 437 

Ballentine, Chevis F 437 

Ballentine, D. Saretta 437, 

338 

Ballent.ne, Peggy L 389. 

290, 348 

Ballew, Carol Lyn 363, 368 

Bangham, Robert C. 437 

Bankhead. Sandra A. 437 

Bankhead, T. Scott 389, 344 

Banks. Julie Anna 389 

Bannister, Lisa 371 

Bannister. Ruth M. 437. 323 

Barbare, Sharon E. 279 

Barber, Thomas, Jr. 437 

Barbieri, Stacey L. 437. 350 

Barbrey. Jill 389. 375 

Barbrey, Marcia Ann 327 

Barbrey, Rebecca Lynn 437 

Barco, Frank Edward 389. 

281 

Barden, Cynthia L 437, 327 

Barden, Trellise L. 437, 348 

Barham, Ellen R 437 

Barhyte, Mark James 297, 

304 

Barker, Carissa Ann 437 

Barker, Denean Rene 437, 

310, 327 

Barker, David Carl 389 

Barksdale, Randolph M. 437 

Barlow, Melissa Paige 437 

Barmore, Gwendolyn J 437 



Barna. Nancy Mildred 437 

Barnes, Tammy Lynwood 437 

Barnes, Teresa D. 389 

Barnes. Yvette 

Barnett. Alton J., Jr. 438 

Barnett. Jacob H . Jr. 438. 

341 

Barnett. Karen E. 438 

Barnette, Billy H.. Jr. 438 

Barnhill. Renee Adele 438 

Barnhill, Tammy D. 438, 340 

Baron, Archie 319 

Barr, Robert Michael 389 

Barr. Robert S., Jr. 438 

Barranger, Genie 288 

Barrett. Joseph M. 438, 377 

Barrett. Patricia A. 389, 303 

Barron, Archie Ingram 389, 

270. 343. 378 

Barron, Jessie Vereen 438. 

275 

Barrow, Rebecca Anna 389 

Barrows. Kevin James 438 

Barrs, Jacqueline M 389 

Barston, Laura Irene 438, 

278 

Bartlett, Thomas S. 306 

Barton. Craig 438 

Barton, Douglas T. 389 

Barton, Elizabeth W. 438. 

355. 368 

Barton. William E. 438 

Barwick. Anthony E. 341 

Barwick. Lester Lee 438 

Bashnan. James 438 

Bashor. Kay Elizabeth 438 

Basil. David A. 438 

Baskin. Barbara B. 438 

Baskin, Eric Lowder 438, 284 

Baskin, Eric Trent 438, 344 

Bastian, Denise M. 438 

Barchelor. Phillip 377 

Bates, Carey Oneal 389 

Bates, G. Elizabeth 438 

Bates. Lisa 327, 360 

Bates, Maria Jean 438 

Batson, Ann Davis 389. 305. 

320 

Batson, Scott Lenoir 438 

Bauer. Larry Dr. 261 

Baughman, James M . Jr. 

438 

Baum. Jeff 300 

Baumgardner. Lyn Ann 438. 

355 

Baumgardner. Mimi M. 438. 

305, 307 

Bausman, Barbara D 389 

Baxley. Edmond R , Jr 389. 

374 

Baxley. Robert W . Jr 438, 

374 

Baxley, William T 438 

Baxter. Ann Dr 284 

Baxter, Beth 352 

Baxter, Charlotte E. 438 

Baxter, David Woodrow 281 

Baxter, Jeffrey David 438 

Baxter, John Ralph 327 

Bayne, Jimmy Lamont 438 

Bayne, Valerie Denise 357 

Beales, Lisa Carole 389 

Beall, Charles J. 438 

Beam, Cmdi L 321 

Beard. Dana Lynn 438 

Beard, David Scott 301 

Bearden. Jeffrey D. 438 

Beathe, Laurie 317 

Beattie. Laurie N 438 

Beaty, Dudley C . Ill 438 

Beauregard, Jackie 281, 283. 

292 

Beaver. Bill 270, 319 

Beazley, Jo Anna 389, 289 



540 



Index 



Bec-Bro 



Beck, Tim Williams 438 

Beck. Todd G 438 

Becker. Gretchen 355 

Becknell. Brian Keith 438 

Beckwith. David R 438 

Beden. Richard Earl 389. 

305. 327 

Bedenbaugh. Kim 438 

Bedenbaugh. Lisa Ann 389 

Bedenbaugh. Robert L 438 

Bedenbaugh. Russell S 438 

Bedenbaugh. Thomas D. 438, 

281 

Beeks. Alan Keith 389 

Beeks. John Robert. Jr 438 

Beerman, Geena M 307 

Beggs. Jim 31 1 

Belk, Robin Renee 439 

Bell. David S 439 

Bell. Deborah Lynn 389. 380 

Bell, Edgar 386 

Bell, Frances E. 389 

Bell, Robert Glenn 390. 295. 

378 

Bell, Susan Lynne 390 

Bell, Wendy Leigh 439 

Bell, William Paul 390 

Belton, Dennis Jerome 368 

Bendelius Bonnie Sue 439, 

327 

Benenati, Margaret A. 390 

Benet. Jeff 305 

Bengal. Babes 302 

Benoick. Gregory J 439, 831 

Bennett. Barbara Sue 439 

Bennett. Bonnie Beth 439. 

352 

Bennett. Craig Alan 267 

Bennett. Elizabeth A 439 

Bennett. Gregory R 439 

Bennett, Janice Lynn 439. 

353 

Bennett. Jeffrey G 390. 270. 

307. 338 

Bennett. Lawrence P. 381 

Bennett. Lorri Ann 439, 371 

Bennett, Richard D 439 

Benson, Barbara Ann 363 

Benson, Elizabeth N. 390, 

263. 283 

Benson. Katie Ann 363 

Benson. Leesa Dawn 439 

Benson. Linda D 439 

Benson, Shelley D 439 

Benson. Timothy Wayne 439. 

314 

Benton. Randall 390 

Benton. Sheryl 439 

Berger. Daniel Edmond 277 

Berger, Gina 338 

Berger. Mary R 439 

Bergman. Lynda Lee 439 

Bergmann, Patricia R 439 

Berguson, Michael 439 

Berly. Julie Anne 390 

Berni, Brian David 439 

Bernmger, Michael P. 390 

Berry, Debbie Ann 390. 340 

Berry, Kelly Gene 439. 371 

Berry, Patricia E. 398 

Berry. Wayne Keith 439 

Berry. William Drane 390. 

277 

Bertram, J Michael 439 

Besson. William T . Ill 390 

Beta Heta 302 

Bethea. Wm Michael 439, 

269 

Bethel, Charles Glenn 390 

Betsill, Brett H 390. 281 

Betsill, Walter C 439. 327 

B-5 301 

Biddiscombe, Gary E 273 

Biediger, Catherine C. 439, 



290 

Biehl, Laurie E. 439. 363 

Biermg. Marcus Oneal 439. 

327 

Biggers. Jack Alton 439 

Binnicker, William W. 439 

Birchfield. James G. 439 

Bird. Carolyn Leigh 390 

Bird. Christopher P. 364 

Bird. Laura Denise 439, 352 

Bird, William Edward 390. 

327 

Birdsong. Suzanne D. 439. 

320 

Birk. Brian Dale 439 

Birt, Cynthia Louise 390, 281 

Bishop, Gaye Kimberly 439 

Bishop. Karen Anne 439 

Bishop. Kathryn M. 439. 285 

Bishop, Michael L. 313 

Bishop. Teresa L 439 

Bismack. Kevin J. 439. 294, 

302, 327 

Bismack, Susanne M. 439. 

327 

Bissey, Barbara Marie 286 

Bither. Christopher N 439. 

327. 377 

Black. Abigail 390 

Black, Barbara Angela 439 

Black, John Cameron 439 

Black. Timothy Craig 439 

Black, Tony Lemead 386 

Black. Tony 439 

Blackburn. Barry C. 439 

Blackman, James F. 440. 327 

Blackman. John Samuel 440 

Blackmon, Barry Dale 440 

291 

Blackmon, Susan Kay 390. 

270. 348 

Blacksong. Ann 327 

Blackston, Carissa A. 440 

Blackwell. Clete R. 390 

Blackwell. John H. 440 

Blackwell, Robert E. 440 

Blackwell, Robert Lee 390 

Blackwell, Terry Kay 390. 

310 

Blair, Lizanne 330 

Blakely. Dale Milton 390. 

266. 295 

Blakeney. Diane G. 390. 290 

Blalock, Tricia Renee 440. 

338 

Blanchard, Paul Kerry 440, 

327 

Bland. Mary Heather 440 

Blankenship, Marjone 440, 

352 

Blanks, Martha Marie 440. 

307 

Blanton. Alan Belton 440 

Blanton. John Wade, Jr. 440 

Blanton. Lane C 390. 323 

Blaser. Gregory R 390 

Blazer, Greg 364 

Bledsoe, A. Richard, Jr 440 

Bleecker, Hope E. 440 

Blevins. V Claire 390. 307 

Blewer. Wm. McNeal. Jr 440 

Bley. Ralph Melvyn 327 

Blockle. Candace Mary 305 

Bliss, Caroline s 391. 371 

Block "C" Club 303 

Blomgren. Nancy Marie 391 

Blue. Laura Jeanne 391 

Blum. Kimberly Dianne 440 

Blum. Scott Brian 440 

Boatman, Jeff Paul 440. 281 

Boatwright. James B. 344 

Boatwnght. Thad 391. 341 

Bob, Brent Anthony 347 

Bobo, Deborah Ann 440 



Boblsky, Gary Joseph 391 
Bocklet, Raymond Cary 440 
Bodenheimer, Kathleen 440, 
330 

Boehm, Daniel John 386 
Boeren, Robert Kevin 278 
Boggero. James E., Jr. 391 
Boggs. Donald G. 440 
Boggs. Paula Jean 440, 327 
Bohnslav, Jeffrey P. 440 
Boiter, Karen Angela 440, 
277 

Bolchoz, A. Elizabeth 440 
Bolick. Harry E. IV 440 
Bolick, Robert B. 440 
Bolinger, Kathy Anne 440 
Bolt, Kathy Diane 440, 290 
Bolt. Mary Malmda 307 
Bolt, Tammy 440. 348 
Bomar. Allan Bruce 306 
Bomar, Cynthia Carol 440 
Bomgardner. Michael K. 440, 
267 

Bomhoff. Alyson Grace 440 
Bond. Charles Houston 391 
Bond. David Gregory 440 
Bond, Jane Elizabeth 440, 
307 

Bond. Lauren Elaine 440. 
352, 355 

Bond. Michael Alan 364 
Bond. Steven Scot 381 
Bond, Terry Lee 440 
Bonds. David Collis 440 
Bonner. David Sims 440 
Bonner. Margaret Jean 346 
Bonner, Margi 315 
Bonnoitt. Michael T. 391 
Bonsecour, Briggette 440 
Booth, James Richard 440 
Booth, Steven Craig 
Boozer. Lee Vernon 440, 327 
Borders. Michael Neal 440 
Borick, James J 346 
Borick. Kenneth M 347 
Borum, Beth Anne 305 
Borum. Robert C. 440 
Bossart, Bonnie Beck 440. 
363 

Bost, James Alan 300 
Bostic, Heuguette 274 
Bouchillon, Sally C. 280 
Boucounis. Thomas G 440, 
327 

Boudet, George Allen 327 
Boudreaux. Anne Renee 441 
Bouknight. Robt Keith 326 
Boulware. Susan F. 441 
Boulware, Tatum M , Jr. 391 
Bourne, Carlton R., Jr 441 
Bourne, Catherine A. 441 
Bourne. Charlie 323. 322 
Bourne, Kimberly Gray 391 
Bove, Angela M 302 
Bowen, Barry Wayne 302 
Bowen. Catherine E 441. 
280. 356 

Bowen. Lucy C 441. 338 
Bowen, Mary Charlotte 441 
Bowen. Melanie Sue 441 
Bowen, Terry Eugene 441 
Bowers. Jeanne Ann 363 
Bowers. Jeffrey Y. 391 
Bowers. Marri Brian 301 
Bowers. Richard Hal 327, 
373 

Bowers, Sherlyn E. 290 
Bowers, Virginia H 346, 348 
Bowie, Bonnie Marie 391 
Bowman, Catherine A. 391, 
277, 360 

Bowman, Peggy R 377 
Bowman, Susan Clare 360 
Bowman, Steve 344 



Bowser, Kern Lynn 441 
Bowyer, James R. 441 
Box, John Williams 441 
Boyce, Ray Eugene Jr, 441 
Boyd, Cheryl Rae 441 
Boyd, Howard R.. II 441 
Boyd, Steven N. 441, 267 
Boyd, Steven Wayne 441 
Boyer, H Howard Samuel 441 
Boyer, Paul Scott 268 
Boyer, Sandra E. 279 
Boykin, Ronald Edward 382 
Boylan, Brian D., Jr. 441 
Boynton, Cecile 391. 266 
Boys. Joanne Woodward 391 
Bozard. Jan Lindler 441. 346, 
352 

Brabhan, Carl Gregg 391 
Bracey. Michael J. 441, 311 
Brack, Skipper 261 
Brackett, Gary Keith 391 
Brackington, Thuane 274 
Bradberry, Mark Jay 441 
291 

Bradbury, Helen Anne 391 
Bradby, Tanya Mane 391, 
263, 283. 311 
Bradford. Marcia 352 
Bradford. Melinda R. 441 
Bradham, Julian C, Jr 441 
Bradley, James C. 391. 341 
Bradley, Jeffrey A. 441 
Bradley, Leca Jean 391 
Bradley, Phillip D 441 
Bradley. Robert D., Jr. 374 
Bradshaw, Scott G 441. 381 
Bradshaw, Susan Ann 391. 
380 

Brady. John Arthur 441 
Brady, Timothy James 441 
301 

Braese. Paul 441 
Bragg. Bonnie Lynn 305. 363 
Bragg, Michael A. 441, 327 
Braid, Nancy Ann 441. 278 
Branch, Lu Ann 441, 317 
Branch, Robert Thomas 441 
Brandon, Steven Craig 441 
Brandt, John Zettner 441 
Brandt, Kyle F. 441 
Brandt, Stuart Nelson 441 
Branham, Michael 391 
Branning, Michael T, 441 
Brant, George Evans 442 
Brant, William S.. Jr. 330 
Branyon, John Mark 391 
Brashier, Virginia M. 442 
Brassard, Yvonne L. 391, 292 
Braxton, Brenda Jo 442 
Bray, Donald Allan 442. 277 
Brazell. Cynthia A. 391 
Brecht, Robert Walter 391 
Breeden, Lisa Karen 442, 380 
Breeland. Levanza F. 442, 
311. 312 

Breen, Lawrence A. 351 
Breen, Mary Catherine 305 
Brehmer, Harmon E., Jr. 442 
Breland, Benjamin M. 442 
Breland. Malinda L. 442 
Bremer. Michael D. 300 
Breneman, Debbie 442, 302, 
352 

Brenan, Malcolm J 392, 318 
Brent. Elizabeth Mary 338 
Bresette, Richard H. 442, 301 
Bresette, Valerie Ann 442, 
374 

Brevard, Natalie V. 392, 342, 
368 

Brewer, Suzanne D. 295 
Brewton, Laura Anne 442 
Bricker, Thomas G. 392 
Brickie, Arthur Boyd 392 



Brickie, Michael N. 442 

Bridgeman, Toni Anne 392, 

360 

Bridges, Brenda Faye 274 

Bridges, Christop T. 341 

Bridges, Gwynn 392 

Bridges, M. Faye 442 

Bndwell, Blake A. 442 

Brigel, Mary Ann 442 

Briggs, Blaine Earl 442 

Briggs, Donald S. 313 

Briggs, Kathryn S. 338 

Brigham, John Bernard 442, 

305, 307 

Briley, Larry 392 

Briske. Tammi 442. 355 

Briton, Babbs 319 

Brittam. Joan Marie 442, 269 

Bntton, Barbara A. 442 

Britton, Elizabeth L. 392 

Brittion, Eric Patrick 392, 280 

Britton, Gilreath G., Jr. 442 

Britton, levin Scot 442 

Britton, Melissa Anne 442 

269 

Britton, Roy Malcolm 392 

Brock, Cathy Allen 392 

Brock. M Michael, Jr. 392, 

279 

Brock, Richard C. 442 

Brock. Robert P. 392 

Brock, Roger Dorland 392 

Brock, Skipper 327 

Brock, Susa D. 442 

Brockington, Thaune M. 442. 

312 

Brockway, Kathryn M. 442 

Broderick, Lisa Anne 442 

Brodmerkel, J. Scott 442, 

301 

Brodsky, Amy Michele 392 

Brooks. Amy C. 315, 352 

Brooks. Byron L, III 442 

Brooks. Dennis Brian 442 

Brooks, Gina L. 392 

Brooks. Janet C. 442. 352 

Brooks. John P. 442, 351 

Brooks, Mary C. 442 

Brookshire. James M. 442 

Brookshire, Richard E. 442, 

373 

Broom, Gregory L. 374 

Broome, Robin Lynne 380 

Brophy, Diane Brigid 442 

Brown, Anthony Mark 

Brown, Arthur E.Jr. 442 

Brown, Barbara A. 442, 311, 

312, 342 

Brown. Barry Lynn 442 

Brown, Carolyn Yvette 392 

Brown. Cynthia Ellen 355 

Brown, Darlene R. 442 

Brown, Dennis Eugene 442 

Brown, Eric Hayes 442, 274, 

312 

Brown, Eugene Wesley 442 

Brown, Gary Wayne 442, 307 

Brown, Gerald Alan 443 

Brown, J Christopher 392 

Brown, James Ellis 443 

Brown, James Randall 443 

Brown, Jeffrey 392 

Brown, Jennifer 443, 346 

Brown, Karen Renee 443 

Brown, Kenneth Fred 392 

Brown, Lisa Ann 443, 277 

Brown, Lockie 374 

Brown, Marshall Lee 392, 

300, 321 

Brown, Michael Allan 443, 

323 

Brown, Michael Ashley, 392, 

373 

Brown, Michael C. 392, 301 



541 



Bro-CIo 



Index 



Brown. Mirenda D. 392. 277 
Brown, Peggy Lynn 443 
Brown. Robert Bearden 443 
Brown, Robert Lawson 443 
Brown, Robin Alan 341 
Brown, Rodney 346 
Brown, Tim 300 
Brown, Virginia G. 443 
Brown, Wendell L. 443 
Brown. Wesley L 443 
Browne, Kathleen Mary 443 
Brownell, Naomi K. 443 
Browning, Deborah A 443. 
307 

Browning, Lynn 310 
Browning, Virginia 392 
Brownngg, Cynthia C. 392 
Broyles, Randal Allen 392 
Brunson, Ervin 364 
Brunson, Samuel Mark 392 
Brunson, Stephen R 393 
Brushwood. Donald E. 392, 
266 

David A. 281 
Edward Mims 443, 



Bruton 

Bryan 

276 

Bryan 

Bryan 

Bryan 

Bryan 

Bryant 

Bryant 

Bryant 

Bryant 

Bryant 

Bryant 

Bryant 

Bryson 



James A . Jr. 392 
Lena Kay 443 
Lon Jeane 443 
Vicki Lynn 264 
Browning 393 
Charley C, III 386 
Donna A 263. 288 
Raymond B. 443 
Robert F. 443 
Suzann E 443 
Wanda Lynne 443 
David Agnew 393, 
291, 327 
Bryson, Martin 347 
Buch, James Martin 443 
Buchanan, Jack W 443 
Buffington, Pamela O. 443 
Bugner, Fred Keith 443, 313 
Buice, Joel Thomas 443 
Buist, Robert James 443 
Bullington. Caroline 319, 348, 
357 

Bullock, Robert Alan 443 
Bullock, Sherrill K. 393, 277, 
315 

Bumgardner, Charles G. 393, 
270, 286 

Bunch, Woodrow W .. Jr. 443, 
364 

Bundschuh, Lori Lee 443 
Bunes, Michael Tom 443 
Bunning, V Kelly 284 
Bunrey, Bob 281 
Bunton, Kerry Alan 443 
Bunton, Priscilla Ann 393, 
326 

Bunton, Raymond A., Jr. 393 
Bunzey, Robert S., Jr 393 
Burati, Peggy Large 273 
Burbage, Michelle E. 443 
Burbage, Susan E. 360 
Burch, Barbara D 443 
Burch, Byrn Booth 393 
Burckhalter, Kenneth 443 
Burden, Jeffrey S. 443 
Burden, Wendy Jenean 393 
Burdette. Deborah E 338, 
345 

Burdette Marvin B. 393 
Burdette Rita Diane 443, 327 
Burdette, Tina Rene 443 
Burgen, Nancy 31 1 
Burger, Kenneth R. 393, 268 
Burghardt, Craig S. 393, 268 
Burke, Kathleen M. 443, 310 
Burkett, Leslie R. 371 
Burkins, Ronald Dean 311 
Burks, James David 393 



Burley. Carolina 338 
Burnett. Andrea Gene 443 
Burnett, Laura Lynne 443 
Burnett, Marilyn Ruth 393 
Burnett, Suzanne E 443 
Burns. Anita Dale 443, 338 
Burns, Bonnie Ann 310 
Burns, Christopher D 278 
Burns, Darrell Lee 443 
Burns, James Austin 443 
Burns, Scott Jeffrey 444, 328 
Burns, Suzanne 355 
Burnside, Keith M. 312 
Burnside, Larry Dean 290, 
368 

Burriss, Blake J. 
Burston, Laura 290 
Burt, Suzanne Hope 444 
Burt, Sydney F. 444 
Burtner. Dr. 276 
Burtner, Steve 266 
Burton, Phillip A. 444 
Busch, Russell Steven 393. 
281 

Bush, Michael Gregory 444 
Buckirk, Jim Van 281 
Busovaca, Samir 284 
Bussey. Carl Edward 393 
Bussey, Laurie K. 286 
Butler, Earl Randolph 444, 
262, 289 

Butler, John Dr. 290 
Butler, Miriam T. 444 
Butler. Stephanie K. 444. 353 
Butner. Glenn Steven 393 
Sutrym, Richard J. 444 
Button. Gary 393. 278 
Buxton, Louise Anne W. 338 
Byerley, Mark F. 381 
Byers, James Simons 393 
Bylenga, Bradley E 444 
Bynum, Alvis Jesse 444, 301 
Bynum, Louise Lanius 393 
Byrd, Anthony 274 
Byrd, Gregory T 444 
Byrd, John 317 
Byrd, Lon M 

Byrd, Margaret Amelia 444 
Byrd. Sandra Lorraine 393 
Byrd, Ted Aaron 394, 269 
Byrum, John William 444 
Cabiness, David M. 331 
Caddell, Lydia Lois 444, 307 
Caffrey, Teresa 307, 355 
Cahill, Kelly Ann 355 
Cain, Anne 394, 262, 296 
Cain, John Charlton 444, 327 
Cain, Mark Lawton 273 
Cain, Richard L , Ill 444 
Cain, Scotty Bnon 394 
Calcote. Thomas D. 394, 374 
Calcut, Angela Marie 394 
Calcutt. Carol H., Jr 394 
Caldwell, Barry Lynn 444, 
311 

Caldwell. David S. 444 
Caldwell, Karen Lynn 394 
Caldwell, Lawrence J. 444 
Caldwell. Larry 280 
Caldwell, Russell J 280, 327 
Caldwell, Todd Alan 444 
Calhoun, Deborah L. 394 
Calhoun, James Neel 263 
Calhoun, Rainnie Dee 444 
Carlise, Donna 355 
Callaway, Catherine P. 394, 
363 

Callenback, Timothy B. 444 
Cambell, Alex 374 
Cameron, Wm. Ennia 394 
Camille, Cense 279 
Camlin, Stephen Lide 444 
Campbell, Alex S 32, 374 
Campbell, Anne M. 444 



Campbell, Bruce R. 444. 301 
Campbell. David 279 
Campbell, Eric 444 
Campbell, Eunice M. 444 
Campbell, Grace Ann 444 
Campbell. Jerry M.. Jr. 394 
Campbell. Karen Diann 444 
Campbell. Karen L. 444 
Campbell, Kim Melody 444, 
360 

Campbell, Laurie Kim 444. 
304 

Campbell, Leslie Ann 444 
Campbell, Linda Leee 394 
Campbell, Lynn 444 
Campbell, Marcus N. 444 
Campbell, Martha D 444. 
274 

Campbell. Mary Jane 444 
Campbell. Michael A 394 
Campbell. P. Douglas 326 
Campbell, Pamela J 444 
Campbell, Robert R. 444. 284 
Campbell, Samuel C. 364 
Campbell. Sherry L. 394. 360 
Campbell, Sonja D. 444 
Campbell Tamara Dee 394 
Campbelle. Cheryl S. 444 
Canaday, Debra Mane 444. 
284 

Cann, Stephen Mark 331 
Cannaday, Mary Donna 444 
Canniff. Gregory Wm. 347 
Cannon, Nancy Lynn 444 
Cannon. Phillip R. 444 
Cannon, William Lee 444 
Cantila Nordivince 445 
Cantrell, Gary Thomas 394, 
392 

Cantrell, Larry C. 445 
Capers, Deborah Y. 445, 328 
Cappelmann, J. Richard 260 
Capps. Ricky Edward 297, 
304, 373 

Cardone. Ellen M 394 
Carek, Therese Marie 273 
Carey, Brian Patrick 318 
Carey. Cynthia B. 445, 371 
Carey, Margaret Anne 445 
Carey, Michael John 445 
Carkenord. David M. 445 
Carlson. William S. 445. 327, 
377 

Carmichael. Cheryl L 445 
Carmichael, Caroline 286. 
319. 363 

Carney. David 445 
Carpenter, Jeff 278 
Carpenter, Loyde M . Jr 263, 
283 

Carpenter, Michael S 445 
Carr, James Edward 445 
Carr, Karen Virginia 352 
Carr, Kelly Frances 445, 348 
Carr, Martha Leigh 309 
Carraway, Ann Loy 445 
Carrel, Donna Lynn 394 
Carnyaan. Mike 318 
Carroll, Mary Lederle 394, 
263, 270, 288, 330 
Carroll, Tammie Joyce 445, 
276. 326 

Carson, L Barton, Jr 445, 
277 

Cartee, Charles Ray 373 
Cartee, Henry E , Jr. 445 
Carter, Chip 304 
Carter, David Ray 386 
Carter, Joel M 394, 374 
Carter, Joseph W 394, 262 
Carter, Kelly Collier 445 
Carter, Leonard, Jr 445 
Carter, Lowell Keith 445, 267 
Carter, Marsha Anne 445 



Carter, Richard T. 445 

Cater. Russell D 445 

Carter. Teresa R. 394. 315 

Carver. Brian Tyson 445 

Carver. David F 394. 285 

Carver. Donna Lynn 445 

Carver, Roger Scott 445 

Case. David Carlisle 445 

Case, Vivien 363 

Cash, Maria Fernanda 445 

Cash, W. Christopher 344 

Cashin, Tana E. 445 

Cason, Barbara Ann 394 

Carsten, Chip 374 

Cassaday. Wayne Lee 394, 

351 

Casserly. Catherine M. 445 

Cassidy. Janice M 445 

Castleberry, David F. 304. 

374 

Castles. J. Richard 445 

Catmo, James 373 

Catoe. Bobby 318 

Caton, Jeffrey Scott 445. 303 

Caughman, Carol E. 394. 371 

Caughman, Catherine A. 394. 

327 

Caulder, Charles V. 445 

Cauthen, Mary C. 445. 363 

Cauthen, Richard E.. Jr. 301 

Cavallaro, Chans M. 445 

Cave, Sidney 281, 283 

Cawthon. Frank, Jr. 445 

Cely, Cecelia 386 

Cely, Marvin S.. Ill 445 

Central Spirit 305 

Cerveny, Bruce W. 386, 268 

Chafm, Kimberly Ann 445, 

360 

Chandler, Bill 386 

Chambers, Brian Keith 395, 

273 

Chambers. Elizabeth C. 395, 

348. 375 

Chamblee, Laura Jean 445. 

338 

Chan. Hoi-Yong 445 

Chandler, Gregory T. 445 

Chandler, Thomas D 445 

Chandler, Timothy R. 261 

Chapa, James J. 445, 327 

Chapman, Bret 263. 283 

Chapman, Carole Lynne 395 

Chapman, Dee Ann 445, 315 

Chapman, Mary E 395 

Chapman, Noel Felton 395, 

268 

Chapman, Sarah Joyce 445, 

330 

Chapman, Teresa 395 

Chappell, Margaret C 445, 

285 

Chappell, Mehnda E. 310, 

345, 363 

Chaput, Kristin M. 445 

Charles, Donald Lynn 446 

Charlow. Kevin Joseph 446, 

374 

Charney, Mark 306 

Chastain, Paula Ann 446 

Chatos, Sofia 446. 320 

Chavis, Dorsey S 446 

Cheek, Harold Calhoun 293 

Cheek, Randal Charles 446 

Cheesman, Lisa Lynne 446, 

360 

Cheerleaders 304 

Chen. Hung Lung 446 

Chester. Ann 446 

Chester, Martha 446 

Chenault, Jennifer L 344. 

348 

Chetty, Arvmd 268 

Childers. C Scott 446 



Childers. Cynthia J. 395, 284 
Childs, Russell Paul 395 
Chilson, Phillip B. 446, 291 
Chinery. Franklin 395 
Chmnis. Charles D. 446 
Chipley. Harriet S. 446. 305. 
338 

Chiu. Edwin Ka Kam 446 
Choplin, Donna Louise 395, 
267 

Chreitzberg, Charles 395 
Chreitzberg, Lisa J. 395 
Chrusmon. Robert D. 446 
Christian, Arnold 395 
Christian. Jan 360 
Christian, Marjorie A. 446 
Christian, Meri Edith 446, 
285, 301 

Christie. James Alan 446 
Christoffers, Donald 321 
Christopher. Mark T 446 
Chnstopherson, Lisa 446 
Chrysler, Melanie A. 446 
Church. John Snyder 395 
Church. Jack 268. 295 
Churchill. Bruce A 446, 287. 
295 

Churchill, Michael J. 446 
Churchill, Todd F. 395, 327 
Cicchmo, Catherine 446 
Cimino, Thomas Peter 260 
Clamp. C Marchelle 446 
Clamp. Paul Stephen 446 
Clamton. Cathy 346 
Clancy. Mark G. 446 
Clanton, Dean Tiomthy 446 
Clardy. William Perry 446 
Clark. Brian Erwin 395, 364 
Clark. Davis Edward 395. 266 
Clark, Donald Charles 395, 
327 

Clark, James Morris 395 
Clark, John Campbell 395, 
307 

Clark, Karen Lynne 446 
Clark, Michal Maree 395, 360 
Clark, Otis Dewayne 395 
Clark, Richard Alan 446 
Clark, Rick Wayne 374 
Clark, Robert Masters 446 
Clark, Sharon Lynn 368 
Clarke, Brad 297 
Clarke. Ian 446 
Clarkson, Louis Lang 446 
Clary, Ben Mitchell 395 
Clary, Carl D . Jr 395 
Clary. Kathenne E 446 
Clary. Lee Ann 446. 323 
Clay, James Edward 395. 
277 

Clayton, Crystal Dawn 446 
Clayton, John Carol 395 
Clayton, N. Charlene 302 
Clayton, Susan E. 446, 277, 
307, 374 

Clayton, Wilson Stone 317 
Clement, Mark F. 395 
Clement, Robert C 831 
Clemente, Maria C 446. 327 
Clemmons, Suzanne J. 446 
Clemo, Edward Peter 446 
Clemo. Frances Alice 270 
Clemson Collegiate Civitans 
305 

Clemson Players 306 
Clemson University Chorus 
307 

Cleveland, Roger Coy 373 
Clift. Patricia Diane 291 
Clifton. Jeffrey Paul 446 
Clinton. Jean Mane 263, 283 
Clodfelter, Lora Lei 345 
Cloer, Nathaniel T 446 
Clowers, E. Roger 446 



542 



Index 



Cly-Der 



3 



Clyburn, Franklin M. 446, 374 

Coates. Kendrea E. 446. 279, 

309 

Cobb, Gary Alan 446 

Cobbs, Pamela Leigh 447, 

371 

Coble. Miriam Carol 447 

Cochran, Edward K, Jr 447 

Cochran, Kay Harwell 286, 

396 

Cockfield. Laura E. 447, 311 

Coeman, Doug 347 

Coffey, Julie Anne 360 

Cogburn, James Earle 447, 

268 

Cogburn. John Wells 447 

Coggins. Cynthia Anne 447. 

352 

Coggins, Glenn R. 395, 378 

Coggins, James L , Jr. 447 

Coggins, Lynda Mae 396 

Coggins, Robin Gaye 447 

Cohen, Sandra Lynn 447 

Coker. Charles R. 396 

Coker, James W. 447 

Coker, Jennifer R 447 

Coker, Ronald Joe 447 

Colassard, Cory S 396 

Colburn. Robin L 447 

Cole. Carole Requa 447, 307 

Cole, Nansi Lee 447, 355 

Cole, Stephen H 447 

Cole, Susan Michelle 447 

Coleman, Carroll 447. 360 

Coleman. David Wm 378 

Coleman, Douglas J. 447 

Coleman, Geoffrey K. 364 

Coleman, Mark 317 

Coleman. Patricia L. 396 

Coleman. Sanda 396 

Coller, Thomas C. 382 

Colley, Willie 311 

Collie. Willis Glenn 447 

Collier, Tandra Lee 1396 

Collins, Carla Gail 277 

Collins, Carleton Ray 447, 

330, 305 

Collins. Daniel J. 447 

Collins, David Wayne 447 

Collins, Ansel 396, 291, 307 

Collins, Marshall C, 447 

Collins, Michael S. 396 

Collins, Ward C Clem 396. 

344 

Columan, Murriel 447 

Compton. Anna 447 

Compton, Clarence R. 396, 

327 

Compton, Michael Dean 396. 

291 

Compson, Susan Mary 447, 

296 

Compton, Thomas C. 447 

Conder, John Davis 396. 281 

Condon. James F ., Ill 447 

Conn. William 447 

Connell. Carole Kim 447 

Connell. Kelly 396 

Connelly. Andrea Beth 323 

Connor, Carole Joyce 306 

Connor, Michael C. 327 

Connor, Pamela Diane 396 

Connors, Connie Ann 338 

Constantine, Christop 447 

Cont, Cornelia 447 

Conte. Rick James 304, 378 

Cook, Debra Kay 266 

Cook, Donald Lee 447 

Cook, Jeannette 447 

Cook, John Marion, Jr 447 

Cook, John Wilson 327 

Cook, Wallace Daniel 396 

Cooke. Julie Dare 447, 307 

Cooley, Pamela Lorme 396. 



327 

Coombs. John Wallace 396 
Coon. Cheryl 447 
Cooper, Cynthia L. 396 
Cooper, Daniel Thomas 447 
Cooper. Delsey S. 281 
Cooper, Gregory M. 447 
Cooper, James Gary, Jr. 447 
Cooper, John R. 447, 284 
Cooper, Mark Wayne 447 
Cooper, Steven Lewis 448 
Cooper, Susan Gail 448. 310 
Cooper. Todd Alan 448 
Cooper, Yvonne Renee 448 
Cope, Frank E 448 
Cope. James Albert 448 
Copeland. F. Lynn 448 
Copeland. Greta D 277 
Copeland, Mary Jean 396 
Copenhaver, Stephen H. 448 
Coppellman, Richard 341 
Copses. Johnny Pete 396 
Corbin. Alan Donald 448, 310 
Corbin. Claudia 448 
Cordell, Stephanie E. 448 
Corder, Terry Lee 313 
Corkern, Coby Leigh 448, 
350 

Corkern. Scott D 448 
Corkrin. Tami Kaye 448 
Corley. David R 448. 262, 
285, 327 

Corley. Douglas E. 448 
Corley. Ernest J 448 
Corley. Gregg Ralph 327. 273 
Corley, Douglas E. 448 
Corley. Ernest J 448 
Corley. Gregg Ralph 327, 273 
Corley. Mark Lee 448 
Corley. Robert J . Jr 448 
Corn, Michael Blaine 448 
Cornelson, Scott M. 373 
Corradi. M Helena 264 
Corry, Jill Alice 396 
Cosson, Michael S. 448 
Costa. Kathleen MArie 448 
Costas. Joann 448 
Costner, Roy B , III 448. 307 
Costner. Teresa M 449 
Cote. Gilles Conrad 277 
Cothran. Susan E 355 
Cottle. Timothy J 396. 347 
Counts. Catherine 449. 340 
Counts, Karl F 449. 344 
Counts, Laurie Kay 374 
Counts, Steven Bobby 449 
Counts, Walter E 449 
Courtenay Erskine H. 449 
Courts, Andrew J 449 
Coury, Daniel J , Jr 449 
Cousins. Elizabeth M. 449, 
304, 345. 355 
Cousins, Wm. Russell 396 
Covington, John L . Jr 449, 
300 

Coward. Donna Lynn 396. 
355 

Cox, Anthony J 449 
Cox, David Kenneth 449 
Cox. David Randall 396. 269 
Cox, Debra Jean 449 
Cox, Jerry Joseph, Jr. 374 
Cox, John Edwin 449 
Cox, Macie 346. 363 
Cox, Mae Ellyn 449 
Cox, Robert N. 449, 378 
Cox, Will Earle, Jr. 449 
Cox, Tony 273 
Coxe, Donna Christine 449, 
338 

Coxe, Katherine E. 449 
Coy, Bruce Edward 344 
Coy. Laura Sue 321 
Crabtree. Harold K. 449, 381 



Craft, Janet Raye 396 

Craft, Jesse I . II 396 

Craig, Catherine Lea 396, 

303 

Craig, Gregory Alan 449, 303 

Craig, James Lee 267 

Craig, Jeannett B 392 

Craig, Jin-Jin 360 

Craig, Michael Howard 449 

Craig, Phillip J. 449 

Craine, Marion L. 397 

Crandall, Deborah L. 320, 

380 

Crane, Carmon Ahsha 449 

Crane, Elizabeth S. 278, 327 

Crane. Lori Lea 397 

Crane, Timothy E 449 

Cranford, Marian D. 338 

Crapps, Sandra Lynn 449 

Craven. Deryl Lee 449 

Crawford, Barbara E. 449. 

352 

Crawford, Carol Ann 397. 

290 

Crawford, Elizabeth A 449. 

310 

Crawford, Jill A. 449, 320 

Crawford. John P., Jr. 449 

Crawford. Juanita F. 397 

Crawford, Julia M. 449 

Crawford, Laura Lynn 397, 

277 

Crawford. Marsha Kay 449, 

302 

Crawford, Robert H., Jr. 449 

Crawford, Roger B. 449 

Crawford, Susan E 449. 360 

Crawley, Mary Jean 449 

Crecium, Marjorie L. 449 

Creech, Beyl Dwayne 449, 

327 

Creech, Carol Jean 449, 360 

Crenshaw, Debra Ann 284, 

285 

Cnbbs. Bryan Keith 449, 267 

Cribb. Evelyn Dupre 352, 353 

Cribb. Gregg Andrea 449 

Cribb, Julie G. 449 

Crocker. Carol Anne 449 

Crocker, Evelyn Jill 397 

Crocker, Jennifer S. 449 

Crockett, Jennifer 449 

Croft, Joseph Butler 449 

Cromariu. Julie 397 

Cromer, Beverly Faye 397 

Cromer, Stephen David 450 

Cromer, William M 268, 374 

Cronin, Matthew John 450, 

318 

Crook, Julie E. 450, 284 

Crosby. Robert Mark 307 

Cross. Susan Mary 450, 352 

Crossland, Robert E. 450 

Crouch, Ansley Dean 378 

Crout, John Brian 450 

Crowe, Dana Lynn 397, 353 

Crowe, Glen Thomas 260 

Crowley, Constance L. 303, 

360 

Crowley, Jane Frances 450 

Crudup, Josiah. Ill 397 

Crumpton, Shari 327 

Cruzado, Edwin David 351 

Cuddy, Katherine A. 450 

Culberson, W. Scott 266 

Culbreth, Michael G. 450 

Culbreth, Susan Renae 352 

Cullum, Thomas Wells 450 

Culpepper. S. Lynn 397 

Culver. Lisa Kay 450 

Cumbie. Michael C 397 

Cummmgs, Jaes M. 341 

Cummings, Joseph L. 261, 

341 



Cunningham, Robert B 450 

Cureton, Cynthia D 450 

Cureton, Frank W. 450 

Cureton, S Charles 450, 312 

Cureton, William E. 450, 311 

Currence, Robin L. 450 

Currie, Felicia Ann 450 

Curry, David Bruce 450 

Curtis, Edna Diann 450 

Cuttino, James F. 450 

Czerniecki, Susan E. 346, 

363 

Dabbs, Lisa Ann 397, 319 

Dabney, Cammie J. 450 

Dacus, Gary David 364 

Dacus, Steven Bryan 450 

Dacus, Susan Carol 450 

Dahlgren, Kristine 450 

Daigneault, Debbie J. 397, 

371 

Dailey, Thomas Parker 386 

Daily, Denise 305 

Daisley, Karen E. 397 

Dale, Jeffery Wesson 450 

Dallas, David 397, 268 

Dallas, Russell Adam 450 

Dalton. Karen 330 

Dalton. Rebecca E. 397, 286, 

327, 374 

Dalton, Thomas C, Jr. 281 

Daly, Denise Dee 450, 277, 

374 

Dance, Thomas A., Jr. 450 

Dandndge. Judy McDaniel 

397 

Dangerfield, Steven 450 

Daniel, Chandra Y. 302 

Daniel. James Luther 450, 

261 

Daniel. K. Lynne 275 

Daniel. Kyle Webb 450 

Daniel, Miley Karla 286 

Daniel, Wandra C. 302 

Daniel. William E. 450 

Daniels. Elizabeth A. 450. 

277, 360 

Daniels, Jan 450 

Daniels, Mark E. 450 

Daniels, Michael W. 450 

Danko, Steve 327 

Dantzler, Frederick W. 397, 

263, 283, 327 

Darby. Steven Stroman 450 

Dargan, John Lanorris 450 

Darley, Dana Grant 397 

Darling, William B 450 

Darr, Jeannette M 307 

Darress, James R. 450 

Daspit, Thomas Gerard 397, 

270, 332 

Daugherty, Lisa Ann 450 

Daugherty, Scott L. 450 

Daughtry, Curtiss W. 450 

Dauster, Peter John 450 

Davant, Caroline B. 450,363 

Davenport, J. Gregory 450 

Davenport, Janet C. 450 

Davenport. Randy E. 451, 

301 

Davenport. Stephen D. 451 

David. James Wright 451, 

301 

David, Bonnie 338 

David, Pam 

David, Tim 278 

Davidson, Amy Louise 450, 

338 

Davidson, Thomas C. 397, 

261 

Davies, David Richard 397 

Davis. Amy Holliday 355 

Davis. Barry R. 262 

Davis, Catherine R. 293 

Davis, Cynthia E. 451 



Davis, Deborah L. 451 

Davis, Dennis Keith 344 

Davis, Douglas Martin 451 

Davis, Evelyn S. 293 

Davis, Francine Y. 451 

Davs, George Carroll 261, 

304 

Davis, Harry Roy 451 

Davis, Jacqueline P. 451, 348 

Davis, John Michael 451, 268 

Davis, John Robert, Jr. 347 

Davis. K. Dianne 451, 332 

Davis, Kimberly L. 306 

Davis, Larry Dale 397, 320 

Davis, Laurie L. 451 

Davis, Leon A., Ill 397 

Davis, Lora Lynn 269, 276, 

318 

Davis, Louann 451 

Davis, Mary Lee 451 

Davis, Pamela Denise 451, 

355 

Davis, Pamela Jean 324 

Davis, Pamela Joan 397 

Davis, Peter Arnold 318 

Davis, Rebecca Jean 451 

Davis, Robert Earl, II 451 

Dais, Roger Timothy 397, 290 

Sandra Annette 451 

Davis, Sarah Joy 398 

Davis, Sherry Nell 363 

Davis, Stephan C. 311, 312 

Davis, Tamela Jean 451, 322 

Davis, Teresa Lynn 451, 327 

Davis, Terry Jo 451 

Davis, Thomas A. 261, 373 

Davis, Thomas W., Jr. 451 

Davis, Tracy Allan 279, 300 

Davisson, Denise L. 355 

Dawsey, Marta 398, 320 

Dawson, Susan E 451 

Day, Donna 368 

Day, John E., Ill 451 

Day, Sarah Elizabeth 305, 

348 

Daye, Bobby 306 

Dean, Bill 269 

Dean, Susan Bird 451, 371 

Deas, Randy Edward 304, 

374 

Deaver, Robert F., II 451 

Deborde, David 270, 343 

Decarlo, Kean Joseph 398. 

373 

Decaro, Melissa Jo 451, 279 

Defoor, Joseph T. 451 

Deforest. Richard D. 344 

Degusmao, Maria Otilia 451, 

294 

Dehondt, Nancy Ann 279 

Delaney, Deborah Anne 451 

Delgado. Raymond A. 344 

Dellinger, Catherine 352 

Delong, Beverly Susan 451, 

318 

Delorge, Damon M. 451 

Delta Delta Delta 352 

Dempsey, Harriet R. 451, 374 

Dempsey, Karen Renee 451 

Deng, Laura Brandreth 451, 

327 

Denning, Jimmy Jr. 398 

Dennis, Bill 263, 283 

Dennis, David McLean 451 

Dennis, Denise Kay 451 

Dennis, Donna Marie 451 

Dennis, James Raymond 398 

Denton, Ronald J., Jr. 451 

Dentremont, Gary 398 

Dericks, Patrician Ann 451, 

277 

Derrick, John B. 451 

Derrick, Laurie Lee 398 

Derrick, Robin 360 



543 



Des-Fle 



Index 



Desdunes, Jean Robert 451 
Deshefy, Scott 306 
Deshields. Dorina E. 398, 292 
Desmarais, Catherine 327 
Destefano, James 451 
Detter, Deborah J. 452, 338 
Deuser, Holly Ann 371 
Devine, Deborah Kay 452, 
301 

Devore, William G. 452 
Devore. William N. 398 
Dewberry, Malinda A. 452 
Dewitt. Thomas Harold 451 
Diblasi, Paul Joseph 332 
Dibrell. Yvette 452 
Dickerson, Angela G. 398. 
363 

Dickert, Steven Grady 398 
Dickey, Clinton L. 452 
Dickey, Joseph F. 260 
Dickinson, Howard G. 452 
Dickinson, John B. 452 
Diekroeger, Sandra L. 360 
Dietzler. Annette M. 452 
Dill. Elizabeth Ann 452 
Dill, Robert Edwin 452 
Dillard. Kimberly D. 398, 281. 
292 

Dillard, Lori Ann 452 
Dillard, Terri Ann 452 
Dillon. Ron Dr 286 
Dilmore, Rhonda M. 452, 327 
Dilworth, Tracelyn A. 398 
Dimeglio, Jetfrey R. 381 
Dingley. Neil R. 301 
Disher, Scott B. 398, 382 
Distefano, Thomas A. 452, 
268, 283 

Dix. Harold James 398 
Dixon, Anne Ransome 452 
Dixon, David Leroy 452, 363 
Dixon, Donald E. 398 
Dixon, J Raffield, Jr. 452. 
261 

Dixon. Rate 364 
Dixon, Sandra L. 452, 327 
Dixon, Stephen Carl 452 
Doar, James K. 452 
Dobbs, Sandra 452 
Dobson, Patricia Ann 452 
Dobson, Sharon Anele 350 
Dodds, Billy Ralph L. 452 
Dodson, Donald, Steven 351 
Dominick, Eric Steven 452 
Dominick. Helen S. 452 
Donald, Elizabeth R. 452 
Donnelly, Scott 277 
Donnelly, Susan lone 452 
Dooley. Kimberley H. 452. 
338 

Dorchak, Marjo A. 296 
Dority. Peter W. 452 
Dorn, James M , III 452 
Dorn, John Watson 452 
Dorner, Douglas J. 452, 281, 
295, 327 

Dorr, Gwen Faith 452 
Dorrier, James Lee, Jr. 452, 
295 

Dorroh, Dell Louise 267 
Dorroh. Robert L., Jr 452 
i oh, Sallie Diane 398 

»w, Doug 268 
Dosher, Franky Asa 452 
Dost. Linda Renee 452 
Dotson, Rk 

Douglas, Caroline 272 
Douglas, Macie E. 398, 311 
Douglas, Susan Marie 452 
Dowd. Russell Brent 452 
Dowhy, Michael James 452 
Dowis, Fred Donald Jr. 452 

45? 
Dowler, Larry Michael 452 



Dowling, Craig B. 398 

Down, Doug 452 

Downey, Barbra Lisa 452 

Doyle, Patricia Ann 452 

Drafts. Charles R. 453 

Drafts. Rebecca F 398. 363 

Drake, Timothy M., Jr 453 

Drawdy, William A. 398 

Dray, Cindy 453. 303 

Dreibrodt, Ralph R. 453 

Dreitzler. Willim W. 453 

Drew. C. Ray. Jr 453 

Drews. English Kuhne 398, 

363 

Dreyfuss, Theresa R. 310 

Driggers, Brian Keith 453 

Driggers. David M., Jr. 398 

Driver. Fara Yvette 453 

Drummond, Rhonda Lynn 

453 

Duarte. Cynthia M 453 

Dubey. Rajiv V 268 

Dubis. Kevin Mark 453 

Dublin, Scott Richard 386 

Dubois, Bruce Allen 453, 291 

Dubois. Mark 266 

Dubose, Gary A. 453. 270 

Dubose, Max Sheldon 364 

Dubose, Robert Paul 453, 

290 

Dubose. Stanley Scott 398 

Dubuisson Christian 382 

Duckworth. Daniel S. 45, 268 

Dudley, Sheri Lynette 453 

Duff, Robert Randall 398. 344 

Dufford. Kelly Jo 453 

Dufford. Margaret C 453. 

305, 363 

Duffy. Bernard K 278 

Duffy. James Earl Jr 453 

Duke, Constance Lynn 344 

Duke, Jonathan Waters 453, 

302 

Dukes, Kenneth Dwight 453 

Dukes, Charles 275 

Dukes, Mark Clinton 343, 378 

Dukes, Raymond D. 453 

Dukes, Sandra P. 453 

Dulaney. David Walton 453 

Dulin, Freddie L. 453 

Dullea, Mark Patrick 453, 364 

Dumbreck, Anthony M 453 

Dumm, D. 281 

Dunakin, David S 453. 327 

Dunbar, Diana Lee 453 

Dunbar. Laurie Lynn 453, 

360 

Duncan, Denise Iris 453 

Duncan, Jack Earl, Jr. 305 

Duncan, James Larry 453, 

268 

Duncan, Richard C. 453 

Dundorf, Thomas E 453 

Duning, Nancy E. 453 

Dunlap, William 398 

Dunn, James Otis 378 

Dunn, Joe Lawson 399 

Dunn, John Alexander 453 

Dunn, Kevin Lee 453 

Dunn, Randall Scott 453 

Dunn, Rebbie 399. 344 

Dunning. Barbara Ann 453. 

340 

Dunovant. Eve Marie 399. 

305 

Dunovant, Pamela G 453 

Dupont, Dean Thomas 399, 

301 

Durant, Clark W. 302 

Durant, David Gnffen 453 

Durant, Thomas R. 453 

Durham. Becky 399 

Durham, Charles Mark 327 

Durham, Daniel C. 453 



Durham. Ina 330 
Durham. James M. 453 
Durham. Matthew 302 
Durham. Susan Kay 453 
Durkee. Douglas A. 364 
Durrell. William P. 381 
Duvall. Garland W 453 
Duvall. James Anthony 399 
Duvall. Robert S 453 
Dwozan, Tammy Elaine 453, 
267 

Dyches. Gregory Allen 454 
Dyck, Nancy Ellen 454 
Dye, Janice Bonita 454. 31 1 
Dyer, Connie D. 454 
Dykes, Elizabeth Ann 454 
Dykes. Randall Thomas 454 
Dysart. Ben 273 
Eaddy. Debbie C 399 
Eades. Terry Vaughn 454 
Eagar, Sandra Lynn 378 
Earls. John Greeley 454 
Earls, Penny Lee 399 
Easley, Robert C 454. 303 
Eason, Joseph L 350 
East, Theresa Marie 399 
Easterling, Homer E SFC 
Easterling, John S 454 
Easterling, Sylvia L. 454, 338 
Eastman, Steven 399 
Eaton, Lee Andrea 454, 278 
Ebelem, Mary L. 360 
Echarte. Maria 338 
Eckrich. Matthew Todd 454 
Edens, Allen Keith 373 
Edens, Deborah Elise 454 
Edgar, Frank L 454 
Edge. Nancy Lynn 454, 363 
Edge. Stephanie J. 454 
Edgerter, Frank 454 
Edmondson, Tina R. 454 
Edmunds. Johnna Hope 454 
Edwards Frank B.. Ill 347 
Edwards. J Paul 454 
Edwards. Jill LYnne 454, 352 
Edwards, Joan E 399, 277, 
360 

Edwards. Kimberly S 454 
Edwards. Laura Ann 454 
Edwards. Mark Alan 454 
Edwards. Mary Harris 454. 
363 

Edwards, William B 454 
Egan, Stephen Michael 454 
Eggleston, Eleanor E. 352, 
380 

Ehnot, Elizabeth A. 324, 327 
Elam, Nancy H 399 
Elder, Edmund J,, Jr. 454 
Elder. Lou Ann 454, 276 
Elder, Richard K , II 399, 266 
Eleazer, Jennings L. 327 
Eleazer, Sharon D 454 
Elkins, Ted Anderson 454 
Fllenberg. Christine 399, 289 
Eller, Cynthia Anne 454 
Eller, Randy Lee 454 
Ellington, Nancy A 399 
Ellington, Susan Clay 454 
Elliott. Edward Glenn 454. 
278 

Elliott. Gregg 327 
Elliott. James R. 454 
Elliott. John G. 454 
f lliott, Mark Thomas 454 
Elliott. Thomas Ervin 399 
Ellis. Bruce A 454 
Ellis. David Brent 454 
Ellis, Gregg 454 
Ellis, Lillie Mae 454. 312 
Ellis, Mary Jean 454 
Ellis, Timothy Belle 399 
Ellison, David B 454 

( Him in ()emi> 4' i-1 



Ellison. James M.. Jr. 454. 

347 

Ellison. Karen C 399 

Elrod. Randy Lewis 399, 267 

Elsey. David Michael 399 

Elzoghbi. George B. 454 

Emanuel, Benjamin, Jr. 399 

Emerson, Elizabeth 319, 363 

Emery, Callie Mae 455 

Emery, Jacqueline Ann 262, 

276 

Emery, Keith Elliott 399. 303 

Emory. Kenneth M 455. 284 

Emnck. Jeffrey A. 455, 373 

Enans. Kate .310 

Endicott. John Parker 455 

Ensign, Ellen Parker 455 

Entenza, Robert 455 

Epper, Patricia 399, 277, 246 

Epps, Randy Dean 399 

Eptmg. John Carrol 268 

Epting. Mitzi 399' 

Eptmg. Thomas Warren 399, 

268 

Epting. William Lewis 455, 

269 

Erb, Kevin Adam 455 

Erskine, Kevin B. 455. 269 

Erskine. Randy Hugh 399. 

291 

Ervin, Robbie 330 

Ervin. Joe Shuman 455. 273. 

295 

Ervin, Robert W 455 

Erwin, Robert M. 344 

Excobar. Maria Rocio 355 

Eskew. Phillip M 399 

Eskridge. Alfred G. 455 

Eskridge. William F. 455, 301 

Etheredge, Alvin M. 455 

Eudy, Melissa Ann 400, 320 

Eueneman, Debra 455 

Evans, Allen Chadwick 455, 

378 

Evans, James Jonathan 455 

Evans, Judy Irene 455 

Evans. Kimberly Sue 455 

Evans. Mary Katherine 455 

Evans. Patricia A 400 

Evans, Phil Wyler 

Evans, Timothy 400 

Everett, Kimberly Jo 455 

Everman, Lynn Marie 368 

Eversman, John Dillon 291 

Evins. Susan Elaine 455, 360 

Ewers, Kevin 400 

Ewing, John Joseph 400, 281 

Ewing, Lucy 302 

Executive Council 321 

Fadeley, JAmes R 455 

Fader, Leisa Kathleen 400 

Fagan, Samuel Henry 370 

Faile, Chris 400 

Faile, James Randall 304 

Faile, John Christian 277 

Faile, Mary Elizabeth 455 

Fain, C C Dr 287 

Fain. Leticia Lou 455. 287 

Fain, Tish 348 

Fairchild, James E. 455, 382 

Fairey, Elizabeth W 400 

Fairey, Isabella W. 455. 301 

Fairey. John Dr. 272 

Fairey. John Dr 286 

Fairey. Terry Wayne 455. 378 

Faithful, F Thompson 455 

Fallaw. Matthew T. 455 

Falsom, Nancy 400 

Fancis, Juli 455. 294 

Fanning, Judith Lynne 455 

Fant, Al 400 

FAnt, Carole Cochran 455 

Fant, Thomas Muslin 400 

Faris, Jill MArie 263. 283 



Fansh, James F., Jr. 455 
t-armer. C. Stuart 455 
Farmer, Lalla Ann 357 
Farmer, Melissa C. 338 
Farr, Christopher M. 455 
Farrell, Timothy D. 455 
Farris. Suzanne Marie 455 
Farthing, Mary E. 455 
Farthing. Susan Lynn 400 
Faulkner, Tami Lee 455 
Faulkner, William A. 455 
Featherstone, Melissa 374 
Fees. Judith Ann 291 
Felder, Elizabeth P. 455. 338 
Felder, Richard P., Ill 455, 
330 

Feldhacker, Barbara J. 455, 
263, 283, 368 
Felkel, Dale Keller 455 
Felkel, Robert Andrew 400, 
270 

Felkel, Thomas 455 
Fellers, James V. 455 
Fellers, P. Alexander 319 
Fennell. Rebecca B 400. 
286. 363 

Fennington, Deborah A. 330 
Fenzl. Kevin Robert 400 
Ferguson. B. Louise 400, 277 
Ferguson. Charles H 400 
Ferguson. Ester L. 456 
Ferguson, Kenneth Lee 266 
Ferguson, Laura Fort 456 
Ferguson, Michael M. 344 
Ferguson, Michael R. 456. 
274, 311, 312 

Ferguson, Thomas D , Jr. 456 
Fernandez. Alvaro 456 
Ferqueron, Holly D. 400 
Ferrell. Laura Boyes 456, 371 
Ferrell, John J, 386 
Ferrell, Lee Everton 400 
Ferrell, Steven Todd 456 
Fersner, Joseph J 273 
Fetner, Douglas W 456 
Fields. Ginna 456 
Fields, Mary Anne 311 
Fighola, Suzanne Spe 268 
Filipski, Paul Stanley 400 
Fillingham, Susan I. 456 
Finigan, Timothy JOhn 377 
Finley. Avis Kathleen 456. 
281. 282 

Finley. Jeffery Alan 456 
Finley. Mark Hughes 400 
Fi, llene Louise 305 
Firth, Nancy 456 
Fischer, Gustus Henry 456 
Fish, Charles S 400 
Fisher, Beth Ann 338 
Fisher, Connie Denise 456 
Fisher, Dorothy Lee 291 
Fisher, Jeffrey D 456 
Fisher, John G . II 400 
Fisher, Paula Dawn 456, 352 
Fisher, Richard G 400, 381 
Fisher, Roxie Lee 400, 275 
Fisher, Walter Dorris 456 
Fitzgerald, Erin Jane 400 
Fitzgerlad. Ricky C 456 
Fitzhugh, Beverly J 456. 363 
Fitzpatnck. Gregory 456 
Flanagan, John Ryan 831 
Flanders, Angela Lynn 456 
Flanders. David S 456 
Flechiner. Kurt A 400 
Fleck, Richard David 456 
Flack, William Roland 456 
Fleenor, Scott Ronald 456, 
255, 307 

Fleischer, Laura Jean 400 
Fleming, Cynthia L 456 
Fleming, Gregory J 374 
Fleming, Robert B., Jr. 456, 



544 



Index 



Fle-Hai 



293 

Fleming. Todd Howard 456, 

293 

Fletcher. Cookie 302 

Fletcher. Suzanne 401 

Flowers, Elizabeth A. 401, 

269 

Flowers, John Andrew 456 

Flowers, William B. 344 

Floyd. Alison E. 401 

Floyd, Betsy F. 456 

Floyd, Duane Alan 456 

Floyd, Jean 338 

Floyd, Jimmy L. 291 

Floyd, John 341 

Floyd. Mary J. 456. 375 

Floyd, Myron Fran 312 

Floyd. Ralph Nixon 401 

Floyd. Stephanie F. 456 

Floyd. Sylvia June 401 

Flying Tiger Angel Flight 309 

Flynn. Susan 303 

Flythe. James T , Jr. 373 

Fodor, Pamela Ann 456 

Fogle. Susan Miriam 456, 310 

Foil, Julie Lucille 456, 360 

Folea. Ruth Virginia 456. 353 

Folk, Eric N. 401 

Folse. Sallie Joanne 338 

Folsom, Nancy Louise 322 

Foore, John Barry 456 

Ford, Angie Charlita 456, 302 

Ford, Daniel, Stephan 456 

Ford, David Shannon 456 

Ford, Gregory Keith 456, 320 

Ford, John Mark 456 

Ford, Kathryn Leigh 401, 273 

Ford, Kenneth V. 456, 311 

Ford, Michael Joseph 456 

Fore. Amy Louise 401, 278, 

290 

Forrester, Robin L. 456 

Fortune, Lawson L. 312, 368 

Foster, Alfred F. 456, 269 

Foster, Brian 320 

Foster, Chase A. 457. 270. 

273. 297, 320 

Foster. Edward B 457. 344 

Foster, Jenny Ann 457, 357 

Foster. Jonathan P. 457, 373 

Foster. Katherine J 352 

Foster, Leslie Kay 315, 352 

Foster, Lynn Louise 457, 315, 

346. 363 

Foster, Marshall 457 

Foster, Suzanne 401 

Foster, V. Hunter 457, 348 

Foster, William Levis 457, 

277 

fosterk. Eric 327 

Fountain. Douglas T. 327 

Fourspring. Patrick M. 273, 

295 

Fout, Charles Preston 401, 

278, 290 

Fowler, Brenda Diane 401. 

355 

Fowler, Bruce Lionel 457 

Fowler. Charles H . Jr 457 

Fowler. Curtis Larry 457 

Fowler, Danny Keith 457 

Fowler, Deborah 457, 360 

Fowler, Donna Lynn 401, 360 

Fowler, Edith Ann 457 

Fowler, John 457 

Fowler, John William 401 

Fowler. Julie Lee 457. 310 

Fowler, Laurie Ann 457, 355 

Fowler, Lucius S , III 457 

Fowler. Paul Kendrick 457, 

381 

Fowler, Randy 344 

Fowler, Sandy H 457 

Fowhe. David A 401, 296 



Fox, Lynn 457 
Fox, Norman K. 401, 266 
Fox, Taffy 279 
Foxer, Darlyne 401 
Foxworth, Terri Lynn 457 
Foxx. Dorothy Lynn 327 
Foy, Jennifer Ann 457 
Frady. Kenneth R 402 
Francis Juli Ann 457. 370 
Frank, Kim 285 
Franklin. Laura Ann 307 
Franklin. Matt 456 
Franklin, Ronald Leon 457 
Franklin, Sally 320 
Franklin. Sarah C. 457 
Franks, Joseph Daniel 457 
Franks, Mark Dwyite 457 
Franzman. Kyle Ann 402 
Frazier, Catherine J. 402, 269 
Frazier. Joseph Scott 457 
Freed, Kyle Robert 402, 290 
Freedman, Bruce S. 457, 313 
Freeman. Delia Ann 402. 284. 
315. 260 

Freeman, Elizabeth J. 457, 
310 

Freeman, Harry R 402 
Freeman, Jan Brown 402 
Freeman, Jane S. 457 
Freeman, Michael L. 327 
French, Florence 402 
Freytag, Susanne C. 306 
Frick. Edythe Lucia 363 
Frierson, Dwight 297 
Frierson. Scott M. 457, 378 
Fries, Anne Marie 278, 290 
Frisch, Carl H. 286 
Fritz, Kevin Gerard 457 
Fritz, Lois Rae 290. 307, 338 
Fromknecht. Laura J. 457 
Fromm. Steven Helmut 457 
Frommer, Mark S 457 
Fruit, Susan Kathryn 457 
Frye. Mark Reid 457 
Fulmer, Henry David 402 
Fulmer, Susan Lynn 402, 307 
Funderburk. Jeannine 457 
Funderburk. Mary Ann 458 
Funderburk. Tracy M. 458 
Funk. Charlie Robert 458 
Fuqua. Kevin Ray 458 
Furr, Sarah Elizabeth 458, 
355 

Furse. Jean Elizabeth 458 
Furtick, Stephen T. 458 
Fyans, Ada Lynne 348 
Gadecki, Steven F. 458 
Gadecki, Victoria L. 458 
Gaffney, Ricahrd 458 
Gage, Ruth Gaston 338 
Gagne, Christine Mona 277 
Gahagan. Jeanne L 458 
Gahagan. MAry Joy 458, 
284. 327 

Gailey , Suzanna L 303 
Gaillard, Kipley C 458 
Gaillard, W. Alexander 402. 
381 

Gainey, Belinda C. 458 
Gall. John Davis 402 
Gallagher, Matthew P. 402 
Gallant. Frances T. 458. 357 
Gallick. Lisa Ann 338 
Gallman. Maryjane 458 
Gal man. Meredith J. 458 
Galloway. H Scott 304. 373 
Galloway, W Eddms. Jr 458, 
277, 373 

Gambell, Maurice 266 
Gamble, Ken 386 
Gamble. Sara Lisa 402, 310. 
371 
Gambrell, Allean 458 

r,.imt,rHI [in, hi A A'M 



Gambrell, Gina Ann 402 

Gambrell, Gloria Ann 344, 

345 

Gambrell, Karen L. 402. 324. 

Gambrell, Sheila 342 

Gamma Sigma Sigma 310 

Gantt, Brandley Warren 458 

Gantt, Tammy 458 

GArber, Donald Foster 458 

Garcia, Luis Eduardo 458, 

327 

Gardner, James 402, 386, 

302, 305 

Gardner. Joni Renee 458, 

311 

Gardner, Lee Ann Owen 267 

Gardner, Steven R. 458 

Garner. Charles Mark 458 

Garner, Doug 344 

Garner, Joni 302 

Garner, Ralph Louis 458, 312 

Garner, Toni Lynn 458 

Garren, Charles B. 458 

Garren, Jacqui 458 

Garrett, Donald C, Jr. 458 

Garrett. Ginny 458. 348 

Garrett. Pamela Doris 402 

Garrett, Tracy A. 458 

Garrick. Tammy Jo 458 

Garrison, J. Bartlett 374 

Garrison, John M., Jr. 319, 

320, 323, 381 

Garrison, Julie 458, 311 

Garrison, Lee 458. 302, 375 

Garrison, Ralph Brian 458 

Garvin, Claire Jane 458 

Gaskins, Trey 347 

Gassman, Edward T. 458, 

344 

Gasque. Michael 402 

Gates, Kim L. 318 

Gates, Pamela 458 

Gates, Richard L. 458 

Gathers, Carlise R. 458 

Gathings. Gisele L. 458, 307, 

311 

Gatlin, George Ward 278 

Geddings. Grant L. 458, 301 

Geer, Jeffrey J. 458 

Gemas, Kevin Wayne 459 

Gentry. Charles H. 459 

Gentry, Nancy Myrtis 459, 

260. 340 

George, Julee C 459 

Gerald. Linda Gail 459 

Gerald, Linda Gail 459 

Gerding, Daniel James 402 

Genng. Lawrence R 402, 

321 

Germany, Lindsey B. 352 

Germershausen, Carin 402, 

310 

Gerstemeier, William 459 

Gervais, Kennety L. 459 

Ghighi, David L 459, 381 

Giampocaro, Merilisa 459 

Giannopoulos N. 331 

Gibbons, Thomas John 289 

Giberson, Linda Lee 359 

Gibson, Charles Eric 402 

Gibson, Debra Lynn 459 

Gibson, Donna Annette 459 

Gibson, Elizabeth A. 459 

Gibson, J. Preston 459 

Gibson, J Preston 459 

Gibson, Jeffrey Alan 459 

Gibson, Lindsay A. 402. 286. 

289, 360 

Gibson. Lloyd Dale 402. 293 

Gibson, Margaret E. 459 

Gibson, Matthew J 459, 301 

Gibson, Monica Fay 459 

Gibson, Pamela Sue 459. 360 

Gibson, Patricia 459 



Gibson, Sarah Gay 459 

Gibson, William E., Jr. 459 

Gilchrist, Kathy J. 459 

Giles. Cynthia D. 402, 321, 

360 

Gill. Gary Ann 459 

Gillespie, Anna C. 459 

Gillespie, Gregory N. 459 

Gillespie, Kimberly A. 459 

Gillespie, Michael D. 290 

Gillespie, Russel 459 

Gilley, Teresa Lynn 402 

Gilliam, Elaine 302, 312 

Gilmer, Anna Elaine 459, 

275, 310 

Gilmer, Keith 459 

Gilmer, Pamela D. 459, 275 

Gilmer, Peggy Delane 459 

Gilpin, John W. 402, 270, 

286, 297. 320, 321, 373 

Gilstrap, Carol Jean 403 

Gilstrap, Gwendolyn L. 459 

Gilstrap, P. Jeffrey 368, 343, 

381 

Gilstrap, Patricia J. 459, 355 

Gilstrap, Terry Lee 403. 263 

Ging, Catherine E. 459, 355 

Giordano, Catherine Ann 403 

Giordano, Julie M. 459, 278, 

355 

Giordano, Michael C. 307 

Giovinazzo, Steven A. 303 

Givens. David Howard 359 

Givens, Walter P. 344 

Glaesner, Michael G. 459, 

378 

Glanton, Anthony C. 459 

Glascoe. David Wm. 459 

Glass, Joseph Dinson 270, 

286, 297. 373 

Glass, Scott A. 459 

Glass, Sharon Carole 459 

Gleaton, Eleanor L. 459 

Gleichauf, Kurt J. 270 

Glemser. Carola 280 

Glenn, Beverly Dulany 346, 

363 

Glenn, Carmen E. 403, 280 

Glenn, Nancy Jean 459, 371 

Glenn, Richard Earl 403 

Glenn, Susan Anette 459, 

327 

Glinbizzi, Joseph 459 

Glover, George D. 459, 293 

Gluse, Eric Michael 459, 351 

Godfrey, Wm Rhett 403, 

260, 261, 341 

Goforth, David Steven 273, 

295 

Gaggans, Kathleen 403, 279. 

307 

Golf Club 310 

Golson, Bryan Mild 294 

Good, Anna L 307 

Good, Larry Eugene 403. 266 

Good, Ruth 303 

Goode, Anna 338 

Goodpaster, Jerry E. 273 

Godson, Gregory Kirk 402 

Goodwin, Jennifer A 360 

Goodwin, John C. 284, 307 

Gorby. Jill Elizabeth 352 

Gore, Karen E. 348 

Gorman, John Burnette 381 

Gorton, Cynthia L 360 

Gosnell, Larry Dale 364 

Gospel Choir 311 

Goudelock, Clara L. 296 

Goudelock, William F. 304 

Gowan, James Daniel 301 

Gowe, Richard John 351 

Graham, Angela Gina 302. 

320 

Graham, Carey Edwin 403, 



261, 320 

Graham, James Allen 403 

Graham, Jim 301 

Grainger, Bill 304 

Gramling, Gloria J. 403, 327 

Granger, Sandra Gale 293 

Grannsky, Marsha 204 

Grant, Peggy 355 

Grant, Stacey Denise 311, 

327 

Grantham, Thad O. 347 

Gray, Demetra Yvette 307, 

311. 312, 342 

Gray, Douglas Scott 403, 

270, 286, 321, 374 

Gray, Elizabeth Ann 403 

Gray, Robert G. 344 

Gray, Susan Diane 348 

Green, Benetta M. 327 

Green, C. Jeffrey 288 

Green, James Franklin 328 

Green, Kann L. 320, 371 

Grene, Michelle 302 

Green, Valerie G. 311 

Green, William Eric 403q. 

Greene, Cynthia Lynn 360, 

380 

Greene, Katherine D. 403, 

287 

Greene, Patricia N. 403, 371 

Greene, Rebecca T. 403 

Greene, Thomas Duane 273 

Greenman, Philip G. 381 

Greenwood, S. Page 381 

Greer. John Stephen 341 

Gregory, David Martin 287. 

295 

Gregory, T. Bradford 403, 

277 

Gresham. Wakenda A. 302 

Gressette, Bam 305, 364 

Grether, Mary 348 

Griffin. Angela C. 403, 360 

Grippe, Roger Edward 274 

Grippin, Sheron E 403, 273 

Grobe. Carol Evelyn 327 

Grogan, James Thomas 377 

Grogan, Kenneth Dean 307 

Gropp. Elizabeth Ann 363 

Grossman, Harold Dr. 269 

Groves, Carlotta E. 327 

Groves, Melissa Renee 327 

Grozier, Lesley Anne 288 

Grumbach, Stephen D. 364 

Guest, Melissa C. 368, 371 

Guion, Karen S. 307 

Gulledge. Caren Gaile 352. 

353 

Gunay. Ziya 403 

Gunter, Allen 263 

Gunti, Alii 283 

Gutierrez-Alvarez. Marcia 294, 

371 

Guy, Lela Brindley 348 

Guyton, Amanda Bethea 403, 

286, 363 

Gweeny, Bert 296 

Gymnastics Club 31 1 

Hackett. Roberta Anne 320 

Hadsall. Sarah C. 280 

Hagan, Sara Lynne 403, 348 

Hagen, Nina 290 

Hagood, Jack Mauldin 378 

Hahn, Kay Elaine 403 

Hahn, Tim Phillip 278 

Haight, Daniel B. 831 

Haight, Susi Lea 338 

Haigler, Cheryl M. 403, 277, 

301 

Haigler, Robert Bayne 301 

Haigler, Wyman Delk 364 

Hailey, Ernest Keith 403 

Hair, William Michael 403, 

261. 301 



545 



Hal-Jac 



Index 



Halberl, Darryl Lea 289 
Hale. Stephen William 344 
Hall, Charles Daron 306 
Hall. Charles L. Jr. 404. 374 
Hall. David Fogg, Jr. 343 
Hall, Doug 274 
Hall, Jan 307 
Hall. John D. 327 
Hall, John Lane 404, 264, 
270, 289. 381 
Hall, Karen Lee 404 
Hall, Lorie Denie 405, 355 
Hall, Maggie 305 
Hall. Margaret E. 284. 289 
Hall. Margaret Ruth 405, 338 
Hall, Norman Douglas 312 
Hall, Steven Randall 347 
Hall, Susan 310 
Hall, Suzanne C. 327 
Hall. Tim O. Ill 326 
Halliday. Craig S. 405, 319, 
378 

Halhs, John 302 
Haltiwanger. Brenda Kay 404 
Ham, Gerald Quentin 311, 
312 

Ham. Neal Conrad 307 
Hambnght. Leslie J. 352 
Hamburger. C David 300 
Hames, Ethel Annette 310 
Hamilton, David 276 
Hamilton, James A. 373 
Hamilton, Michael E. 320 
Hammer, Jeffrey Todd 347 
Hammond, J. Matthew 281 
Hammond. Nancy Anne 404, 
267, 290. 307 
Hammond. Robert G 404 
Hammond, Sarah Gayle 255 
Hamor, Holly E. 326 
Hampton, Donna Jo 307 
Hampton, James D. 301, 317 
Hance, Carl Wayne. Jr. 386 
Hance, James Timothy 301 
Hance. Pamela S 319 
Hancock. Joseph S. 831 
Hancock, Lisa Leigh 404, 
267. 360 
Hand. Beth 280 
Hand, Mehelle 352 
Haney. Janice L 404 
Hankinson, Ann C. 404 
Hanlon, Ginny 338 
Hanna. James Myron, Jr. 
404, 264, 270 
Hannah, Terry Susanne 404 
Hannes, Roy Christian 404 
Hanson, Barbara M. 404 
Hanson, Dana Robert 436 
Harbin, Barbara A 404 
Hardin. Fitz L III 266 
Hardin. Jeffrey M. 378 
Harking. Jeffrey S 404, 266 
Hardwick, Jeffrey B. 404. 
270. 286. 319, 378 
Hardy. James B., IV 313 
Hardy. Stephen Craig 404. 
291 

Hardy, Tammy 404. 279, 342 
Hare. Jonathan M 404 
Harken. H. Dallas 313 
Harkins. M. Scott 305 
Harkness, Trina D. 404. 269 
Harley. Jack T . Jr 404 
Harley. William B , Jr 404, 
275. 327. 373 

•i. Cynthia K 267 
i larman, Helen Iris 355 
i larmon Harriet Hope 404, 
355 

Harner. Heidi M 292 
Harner. Julie Anne 404, 277 
H.imesberger, Michael 404 
Hardwick. Jeffery '( 



Harpe, William 405 

Harpe, William 405 

Harper. Ellen 405 

Harper, Rachel 288 

Harper, Steven G. 274 

Harrell, Harry 302 

Harrell. Cynthis Ann 338 

Harrell. M. Paige 278. 307 

Harriett. Judy Anne 405. 338 

Harris, Andrea Lynn 338 

Harris, Andy 330 

Harris, Greg 320 

Harris, Patricia 274 

Harris, Wally Henry 307. 364 

Harrison, Karen M. 307, 319 

Harrison, Kim E. 352 

Harrison, Michael J. 405, 

263, 283. 381 

Harshman. David Carl 272 

Harter. Rick 302 

Hartle. Pamela Ann 352 

Hartman. Kenneth Jr 405, 

293 

Hartzog, Anne Cooper 405, 

267, 270 

Hartzog, Elias Grady 260, 

261 

Harum, Steve 328 

Harvey, Dennis Dale 277, 378 

Harvey. Margaret D. 405 

Harvey. Stephen W. 301 

Harvey, Steven P 267 

Hassiotis. Olga 279 

Hastedt, Cynthia D. 307 

Hatcher, David B. 327 

Hatcher, Marie E. 405 

Hausknecht, Rhonda C. 338 

Hawes. Jeffrey Brian 405 

Hawkins. Elizabeth T. 340 

Hawkins, Kathryn J 307, 327 

Hawkins, Marion D., Ill 364 

Hawkins, Mary M. 360 

Hawkins. R. Jack 386 

Hawkins. Sandra Lynn 302 

Hayden. Gary Beck 405. 268 

Hayden. Paul 317 

Hayes. Linda Kyle 266 

Hayes, Steven Marc 405 

Haynes, Cynthia Lynn 345 

Haynes, Kassie 340 

Hays, Suzanne Marie 307 

Headden, Teresa Ann 338 

Heanderson, Julia 338 

Heaney. Kim 309 

Hebbard, Julie Ann 277, 315, 

345, 360 

Hedges, Julia Alison 405 
Heh, Rebecca Anne 405 
Hehn, Christopher S. 405 
Heins, Alicia 274 
Heins, Mancy 274 
Heinsohn, Claudia K. 355 
Heinsohn, Kathryn Ann 276 
Heller. Susan Pete 360 
Helmrich, George A 304. 
373 
Helms. Janet Rebecca 270, 

346, 363 

Helms, Karen Annette 285 
Helt, Becky 293 
Hembree, David Berlin 331 
Hembree, Larry Andrew 405, 
305 

Hembree, Laurie Ann 405, 
289, 292. 305. 320 
Hemphill, Jennifer 304 
Henderson, Dan 341 
Henderson, Greg 374 
Henderson, Julia S. 262 
Henderson, Sheri Anne 405 
Hendrich. Julia Ellen 262 
Hendricks, Katherine M 386 
Hendrix, Butch 272 
Hendrix, Sanny 331 



Hendrix, Walter Mark 405. 

295 

Hendrix. William 286 

Henedy, Donna 305 

Heniford, Drake Davis 381 

Hennessee. H Blaie 405. 317 

Hennoud, Pamela Y. 285, 

289. 310, 355 

Henry, Donna Ellyn 338 

Henry. Frances Ann 327 

Henry. John Patrick 831 

Henry, Julie Anna 360 

Henson, Richard Scott 405 

Hentz, Julia Haynie 

3521IHerin, Samuel Bennett 

405, 286, 373 

Herman, Tina 405. 290 

Hermann, Diane 264 

Herndon. Heather R. 352 

Herndon, Karen L. 348 

Herns, Louis Patrick 405 

Herring, David Bruce 405 

Herring, Johnna L. 405, 319, 

321 

Herron, Walter K 260 

Hertig, C.J. 406 

Hertig, Mary Ellen 327 

Hesketh, Scott Milton 327 

Hess, Suzette Rene 294 

Hester, George M. 406 

Hester, Lena P. 277 

Heyel, Tracy E 371 

Hicklin, Bud 301 

Hickman, David Harold 318 

Hickman, Eddie 301 

Hicks. Raymond Heston 406. 

268. 381 

Hicks. Sherri Lynn 321 

Hiester, Andrew C. 303 

Higginbotham, Rose M. 406, 

267. 290 

Hilker. David James 406 

Hill, Bill 319 

Hill, Brian 301, 373 

Hill, Brian Stanley 328 

Hill, Carolyn Dale 

Hill, Charles Patrick 274 

Hill, F.N. 406 

Hill. Mary Elizabeth 406 

Hill, Priscilla June 406. 266. 

327 

Hill, Rebecca Kenyon 406 

Hill, Richard Alan 279, 289. 

292 

Hill. Richard Allynn 406 

Hill. Susan Michele 406, 267, 

360 

Hill, William R. 373 

Hills, David Wolfe 290 

Hills, George L , Jr. 406. 266 

Hills, Mary 338 

Hilton. Beverly Ann 281 

Hilton, Richard E. 343, 381 

Hines, Tim 406, 295 

Hinnant, Charles W. 285 

Hinson, Davin 406 

Hinte. Gregory Scott 263. 

283 

Hinton, Donald E , Jr. 378 

Hinton. Margaret E. 355 

Hiott, Beth 386 

Hipp. .lame. W. ill. ii c 104 

Hipp, Tom 268 

Hipps. Max Alan 268 

Hitchcock. Mark G. 406 

Hite. Martha A. 275 

Hite. Peter Edmonds 406 

Hitopoulos H 406 

Hoadley, James F. 313 

Hodge. Alston E. 272, 286. 

289 

Hodge, Daniel Kenneth 406 

Hodges, Daniel Browne 364 

Hodges. Donna K 406 



Hodgin, Jere 305 
Hoeschen. Randall J. 344 
Hoffman, Bruce Alan 406 
Hohnson, Jennifer 360 
Hoke, Ray Pitts 406 
Holbrooks. Gregory J 300 
Holcomb, Lisa Faye 307 
Holcombe, Robert Perry 406. 
262 

Holcombe, Gary Scott 327 
Holden, Benjamin T. 377 
Holden, Horace Herman 406, 
279 

Holder, Kelley Lynn 355 
Holl. David Bruce 347 
Holladay. Mike 328 
Holland, Curtis L. 327 
Holland, Donna Ann 327, 360 
Holland. Laura F. 357 
Hollar. Jo Kimberly 406. 345 
Hollmger, Susan B. 352 
Hollis. James Bomar 374 
Holman. Kimberly Sue 338 
Holmes. Ann M. 406. 319. 
368 

Holmes, Etta Juan 406, 284 
Holmes. James B. 373. 378 
Holmes. Kenneth Paul 344 
Holmes. Robert Clark 
Holmes. Silar W . Jr. 406, 
266. 286, 295 
Holmes, Wendell 373 
Holmquist. Kyle K. 407, 301 
Holseberg, Kenneth 273 
Holson, Hugh 407 
Holsten, David K. 328 
Holt, David Lowell 295 
Hottzclaw. Dale Lee 831 
Holtzer, Matthew W 268, 
295, 344 

Holtzer, Michael A. 377 
Homma, Toshiteru 311 
Honkonen, Jeffrey D. 407, 
266 

Hood, Carol McDonald 
Hood, Chad 347 
Hood, Ruby E. 371 
Hook, Helen Patricia 304. 
363. 375 

Hooker, Jeffrey . 288 
Hooker, Monica Gay 363, 
375 

Hooks, Donald Keith 407 
Hoover, Bradley Ted 373 
Hoover, Bryan Lee 344 
Hope, Catherine 407, 292 
Hope, Diane Elizabeth 363 
Hopke, James Clarence 364 
Hopkins, Annie L 31 1 
Hopkins. Michelle 407, 270, 
286 

Hopper, Mark Allen 407 
Horner. John Earl 307 
Horton. Anna Maria 301 
Horton, Deborah E. 363 
Horton. Gary Cameron 341 
Hoss, Mary Ann 407. 277 
Hostuns. Beth 352 
Hott. Steve Doyle 307 
House. Annette Ellen 307 
Howard. Alison I eigh 319. 
346 

Howard, Bo 278. 296 
Howard, Elizabeth Ann 352 
Howard, Terry 307 
Howard, Thomas Irvine 407 
Mi i*i' Raymond I tv 373 
Howe. Susan Elizabeth 309 
Howell, Alice Edwme 407, 
375 

Howell, Jerry Dean 407. 274 
Howell. Socky 831 
Howland. Pennie Lynne 360 
Howie. Jenny 355 



Hoyle. Mark Bivens 387 

Hoyt. Judith ann 363 

Hubbard, Lewis Ray Jr. 407 

Hubbard. DR. 288 

Huber. David Charles 364 

Huckaby. Karen Lynn 355 

Hucks. Charles C 301 

Huddle. Charles 407 

Huddy. Jonathan A. 374 

Hudgens. Michael Gary 407, 

364, 381 

Hudgens, Myron Hugh 407 

Hudgins, James Keith 407 

Hudson, Bernard 407 

Hudspeth, Paul R 300 

Huey, Bill 300 

Huey, Karen Carla 407 

Huff, Cheryl Ann 338 

Huff, Hazel Marie 360 

Huff, Lori Ann 327 

Huff, Nancy DeLong 407 

Huff, Stacy Lynn 355 

Huffstickler, Ben 288 

Hughes. Anne Margaret 278 

Hughes. Bill 320 

Hughes, Brett S. 407, 278. 

290. 296 

Hughes. Edwin Louis 364 

Hughes. Joan Drake 407 

Hughes, Oscar Lee III 407. 

341 

Hughes. Pamela Jean 407 

Hughes, William Brian 279 

Hukill, Sarah 407 

Hull. Elizabeth H 363 

Hull. Shelby A. 286 

Humphrey. Dee Angela 363, 

375 

Humphries, Logan 355 

Humphries, V Karen 328 

Hunt. Rodney D. 264. 381 

Hunter, Amy E. 310 

Hunter, Berry Smith 355 

Hunter, Dee 407 

Hunter, Judith Anne 407, 355 

Hunter, Lisa 371 

Hunter. R Todd 276 

Hunter. Robert G 374 

Hunter. Sallie Bird M. 277. 

352 

Hunter, Bobby 343 

Hunter, Stephen Mark 305 

Hurley, Janet Maxine 309 

Hurley, Kimberly S 386 

Hurley. Noel M. 302 

Hurst, Stewart Wesley 407 

Hutchinson, Elizabeth 363 

Hutchinson. Tiomthy J. 267 

Hutchinson. Julia M 371 

Hutto. Andy 327 

Hutto, George A III 407. 270 

Hutto. Mark William 408. 378 

Hutto, Mary Paige 348, 363 

Huxford. Harry R Jr 266 

Hyde, Drew 327 

Hynds. William 408 

Hyte. Mary Lynn 408 

Imsande, Louis Daniel 408, 

Inabinet, Dixie Lee 348 
Inabinet, Susan D. 408 
Ingle, Evelyn Beth 352 
Ingle, Freddie L. 279 
Ingram, Beverly Kent 307. 
363 

Inman, Rufus Monroe 408. 
267, 290 

Intrafralernity Council 343 
Irwin. Debra Ann 300 
Isbell, Client 281. 282 
Ismade. Louis 327 
Ivey. Bobby Joel 374 
Ivey. Wilbur D. Jr 261 
Jackson, Charles E. 408 



546 



Index 



Jac-Lin 



Jackson, Dennise M. 268, 

292. 309, 350 

Jackson, Donna Renee 264 

Jackson, Gene 343, 364 

Jackson, Kim Lynn 284 

Jackson, Lon Lynne 409, 

292. 350 

Jackson, Nancy Karen 330 

Jackson. Richard Dean 408. 

268 

Jackson. Wendy Leigh 311, 

327 

Jackson. William Alan 263, 

283 

Jacobs, Daryl Leigh 338 

Jacobs, Nelson Paul 408 

Jamerson, Mary Robin 338 

James. Clifton B, 408. 269. 

284. 289 

James. Dennis Raymond 327 

James. Judy 292 

James. Neil 267 

James, Sarah E. 408 

Jameson, Karen E. 352 

Jamieson. Sharon L 275, 

346 

Jamison, Cindy 277 

Janovsky, David R. 317 

Jarvis, Karen Grace 408, 262. 

289, 374 

Jaxtheimer, Mark M. 351 

Jaycox, William R 379 

Jaynes. Nancy Luanne 348 

Jeffcoat. David E. Jr. 305, 

378 

Jeffers. William V. 327 

Jeffords, Julie S 338 

Jeffords. Pmckney M 330 

Jenkins. Dave L. 297 

Jenkins. Artie 317 

Jenkins. Daniel M. 281. 295, 

327 

Jenkins, Derrick B 381 

Jenkins, Keith N. 327 

Jenkins, Robert P 368 

Jenkins. Susan Lee 338 

Jennings. Doug 297 

Jennings. Wesley T. 364 

Jensen, Dave 303 

Jensen, Deena Jo 408, 360 

Jernigan, James M 268 

Jeter. Susan M. 317. 332 

Jett. John Duncan 408. 260, 

320 

Jimenez, Donald Wayne 377 

Jirik, Julie 408 

Jofdan, Shirley 350 

Johes, Dindi 319 

Johnson, Barbie 303 

Johnson, Carol Lee 327 

Johnson, Crisler G. 378 

Johnson, Deborah C 348 

Johnson, Guy Edward 408 

Johnson, James Henry 363 

Johnson, James K , III 343 

Johnson. James 261 

Johnson. John 291 

Johnson, Laura E 371 

Johnson, Lisa Sherese 327 

Johnson. Lucky 273 

Johnson. Maria 294 

Johnson. Nern Beth 327 

Johnson, Patricia Lee 355 

Johnson, Rachell Anne 302 

Johnson, Randall E 268 

Johnson, Sylvia Leigh 276. 

285 

Johnson. Teddy M , III 408 

Johnson. Wayne M. 327, 374 

Johnson, Wilson U , III 408 

Johnson. William Elliott 408, 

280 

Johnston, Brian D 291 

Johnston, David Mark 287, 



327 

Johnston, Elizabeth A. 275 
Jolley, Ed Madison 303 
Jolley, John Lane 260 
Jonas, A. Christine 307, 360 
Jones, Alison Maria 275 
Jones, Amy Marlene 338 
Jones, Clellie Ann 360 
Jones, Cynthia 408. 270, 321 
Jones, David 295 
Jones. David Selwyn 330 
Jones, Denise Ann 408 
Jones, Greg 320 
Jones. Jeffrey 408, 306 
Jones, Kelley Peyton 352 
Jones, Larry Miller 408 
Jones. Lisa Kay 360 
Jones, Lonnie Glen 266 
Jones, M Gregory 373, 378 
Jones, Martha Lynn 273 
Jones, Randy Frank 327 
Jones, Regina Sue 279 
Jones, Robbie 305, 307 
Jones, Sharon Denise 408, 
348 

Jones. Sterling J. 408. 357 
Jones, Stewart Evans 408 
Jones, Timothy M, 263, 327 
Jones, Zoe Anne 363 
Joyner. Nancy Lee 327 
Judy, Anita Louise 409, 284 
Juggs. Jim 263 
Justice. Scott T. 341 
Justuc, Patricia Kay 409 
Kaegi. Alma Ines 294 
Kahler, Martha W. 363 
Kaiser, Ed Dr. 261 
Kalivretenos, Aristot 327 
Kamerschen, Christine 352 
Karegeannes, John K. 409, 
323 

Katz, Stanley Allen 320 
Kauer. Brian James 291 
Kaufman, Lenore A. 355 
Kaufman. Robert J.. Ill 409 
Kay, Donna Lynn 363 
Kay. Mary Catherine 409, 
290 

Kay, Toby Mason 409 
Kearns, Elizabeth 409, 286, 
303. 353 
Keating, Charles William 278, 

290. 300 

Keels. Susan Lynn 278. 290 

Keene, Walter Martin 290 

Keese. James 409 

Keese, Larry 300 

Keinath. Dr. 273 

Kelecy. Franklyn J 295 

Keley, Colleen 409 

Kelley. Don 297 

Kelley. Leonard A Jr. 409 

Kelley. Mandy 386 

Kelley. Marilyn D. 409 

Kelley, Sheila C 355 

Kelly. Colleen Ann 386 

Kelly. Frances C. 363 

Kelly, Karen Lynne 409, 293 

Kelley, Mandy 

Kelly, William Bruce 267, 290 

Kelton. Kyle Osborn 409, 

278. 296 

Kemmerlin, Rudolph. Jr. 409 

Kendall, Liz 284 

Kendrick, Dale Irvm 409. 263. 

283 

Kenelly, Deidre Ammie 327 

Kennedy. James Guy 344 

Kennedy, Norma Kay 360 

Kennemore, Charles M. 409, 

291, 3141IKent. David Paul 
373 

Kehrnlas, Dee 352 
Kerhoulas. Vivian 352 



Key, Marvin E. 409 

Keys, Raymond R., Jr. 378 

Kidd, Joel K. 276 

Kidd, Mark Alan 264 

Kiessling. Marcia 330 

Kilian, Janet Alma 327 

Killian, Paul Roger 377 

Killinger, Glenn W. 409 

Killingsworth, B.F. II 377 

Kilpatrick, William J. 381 

Kinard, Lisa G. 285 

Kinard, Pamela Dawn 338 

Kinard. Tim 301 

King, Bonnie Gay 409 

King, Hattie Costa 409, 368 

King, Jennifer Ann 338 

King, John Leland. Jr. 374 

King, Katherine Ann 363 

King, Marvin Bishop 288 

King, Ted 274 

Kingsley, Randolph M. 284 

Kinkle, Robert Mark 323 

Kinloch. Kyle Wallace 381 

Kinney, John 323 

Kinsey. Richard Alan 300 

Kinsey, Sally Clay 363 

Kinski. Jeffery 280 

Kirby, Beryl Kym 409 

Kirby, Mark McQueen 281, 

282 

Kirk, Diana Jeanne 409, 306 

Kirkland, W. Keith 270, 297, 

322, 379 

Kirwan. Barbara J. 303 

Kittelson, Tyria M. 320 

Klee. Cynthia Mary 409 

Klemm. Richard 409, 287, 

377 

Kluepfel, Gail Ann 374 

Kluttz, Jane Susan 409 

Knight, Christopher E. 343, 

374 

Knight, Frank McQuade 409, 

289, 296 

Knight, Robert Mayes 318 

Knight, Rose Ann 410, 348 

Knight, Rusty 300 

Knight, William D., Jr. 381 

Knox, Eric Keith 327 

Knox, William Carl 410 

Koch, Kurt 327 

Kogut, Mark David 410 

Kondamoori, Pratap S. 410 

Kovacs, Wayne Brian 386 

Kowalski, Carl M . Jr 410 

Kowalski, Kelly B. 410 

Kowalski, Kimberly J. 346, 

348 

Kozuchi, Sharon 295 

Kraeuter, Robert M 

Kragas. Berit Lynn 410, 289 

Krasner, Herb 269 

Krech, Ruth Louise 338 

Kretsch. Kathleen A. 352, 

368 

Kriegel, Julie Anne 340 

Krischock, David A 410 

Kroft, Paula Ann 327 

David Scott 386 

Kurzner, Gregory S. 374 

Kutland, Keith 409 

Lachanos. Charles J. 327 

Lachicotte, Virginia 305 

Lafaber. Jeff 270 

Laforge. Rick 300 

Lagrenne. Walter Jr. 302 

Lail, Thomas Eugene 364 

Laird, Scott Edward 364 

Lam, Maurice 410 

Lamm, Marsha Anne 279 

Lamsonscribner, Frank 410, 

266 

Lancaster, Julia E. 363 

Lancaster, Kenneth E. 474 



Lancaster, Steven Ray 474, 
364 

Land, Ann Kristine 474, 360 
Land, Marsha 310 
Landers, Knox 344 
Landers, Mark 300 
Landers, Terry Glenn 374 
Landreth, Ralph P. 474 
Landru, Forrest J. 474 
Lands. Gary Buddy 378 
Lane, Lori Anne 305 
Lang, Keith Alan 474, 263 
Langford, Gregory M. 410 
Langlais, Robert C. 474 
Langley. Rebecca D. 474, 
320, 338 

Langmo, Bernard Don 347 
Langstaff, Linda S- 345, 348 
Langston. Katherine C. 474 
Langston, Madgeleine 474, 
269, 272, 289 
Langston. Paul K. 474 
Lanier, James Allan 410, 273 
Lankford, P. Kim 410 
Lappin. Lisa Ann 474, 360 
Larrabee, Chad Luther 363 
Lasher, Alison 371 
Lasher, William Tate 474 
Laskar, Joy 474 
Latham, Phillip Lane 474 
Latimer. David A. 474 
Latimer, Dewitt A. 474 
Latimer, James M. 111, 474 
Latimer, Susan P. 410, 363 
Latorra, David 270 
Lattanze, Glenn R. 410, 301 
Latto, Elizabeth H. 474. 303 
Lauchnor, John C. 347 
Laudermille, Laura 350 
Laughmiller, Jon 284 
Laurens, James M. 474 
Laurens, Jay 364 
Laureyns, Wtege 279 
Lauson, Alan 323 
Lavrar. Colette D. 474 
Lawing, Karen Vanessa 304, 
352 

Lawrence, Jennifer 474 
Lawrence. Carol Anne 474, 
363 

Lawrence, Frank W 368 
Lawrence, K. Patrice 474, 
293 

Lawnmore. Mark Curtis 474 
Lawrimore, Charles W 303 
Lawson, Brian 284 
Lawson, Charles Alan 474 
Lawson, John 284 
Lawson, John Dr. 284 
LAwson, Michael A. 474, 277 
Lawson. Robert Scott 267, 
341 

Lawson, Steve 284 
Lawson, William E. 474 
Layman, Jeffrey K 410 
Layne. Ronald Ross 474, 307 
Layton, James Wilson 410, 
263 

Lazowski, Joanne A. 474, 
363 

LeGrand, Mark 474 
Lea, Franklind D. 474 
Leach, Scott 270 
Legal Advisors 323 
Leaman, Corina Lynn 474, 
360 

Leaman, Samuel Madden 474 
Leaphart, Wm. Robert 347 
Leard, Melanie Dawn 474, 
307. 360 

Lecture. Raymond M 474 
Ledbetter. Thomas S. 410 
Ledbetter, Tom 410 
Ledford, Melody A 474 



Lee, Alice Jeanette 410 
Lee, Donald Dwayne 301 
Lee, Furman Gerald, Jr. 474 
Lee, Mary Carole 474 
Lee, Patricia A. 410 
Lee, Rayman Wei-Min 474, 
262, 276, 312 
Lee, Soma Diane 475. 327 
Lee. Tonja 475 
Lee, Viola Nannette 302 
Leech, David Glenn 314. 475 
LeFare. Helen 261 
LeFeber. Jeffrey A 280 
LeFort, Robert 475 
LeGare, Helen 410 
LeGrand, Mark A. 268, 287. 
327 

Lehon, Thomas M. 475, 381 
Leib, Kathryn Lynn 363, 380 
Leighton, KAren L. 475 
Leister, William F. 475 
Leighton. Karen L 475 
Leister, William F. 475 
Leithauser, Jeffrey L. 268 
Lejeune, Theodore, Jr, 475 
LeMaster, Christopher 410, 
341 

Lemere, Sharon L. 410 
Lemmons. Kimberly L. 475 
Lemons, Dana Deann 380 
Lenahan, Carol S. 475 
Lennox. Bruce David 317, 
332 

Lentz, Mark Eugene 475, 327 
Leonard. Edward W. 475 
Leopard, Leah Michele 475 
Lesley, Carol Jo 475 
Lester, Elizabeth L. 410 
Leucht, John F. 475 
Leurant, Frenise Ann 363 
Lever, Sarah Victoria 348 
Leviner, George M. 475 
Levy, Clara Lorraine 475 
Levy, Michael 475 
Lewis, Anne Bailey 410, 277 
Lewis, D. Christine 475, 302 
Lewis, Harriet Taylor 475 
Lewis, Carl D. Jr. 475 
Lewis, James Wyatt, IV 475 
Lewis, John Logan 41 1 
Lewis. John Preston 475, 280 
Lewis, Jon Steven 411 
Lewis, Lloyd Carter 410 
Lewis, Louise Marie 475 
Lewis, Lyette Jane 475 
Lewis, Mary Ann 475 
Lewis, Patrick H 411 
Lewis, Tammy 319. 363 
Lewis, William Martin 475 
Leysath, Thomas M. 475 
Li. David Ten 475 
Liebman, Michael Jon 475 
Liew, Su Lin 475 
Light, Christina Jean 475 
Lightsey. Robert A. 300 
Ligon, Randy 320, 341 
Liles. J. Richardson 475 
Lillycrop. Linda Jane 475 
Linahan, Suzanna 277 
Lindberg, Timothy W 475, 
327 

Lindblom, Karyn E. 475. 371 
Linder. Jim Dr. 347 
Lindler, Aubrey Paul 475 
Lmdler, Kenneth Earl 327 
Lindsay, Alfred A. 475 
Lindsay, Lisa Benita 475, 355 
Lindsay, Rebecca L 280 
Lindsey. Michael Lynn 475 
Lineberger, Kent A 475 
Lineberger, Rena A 411, 
264, 289 

Lmgerfelt, Cynthia A. 411 
Link, Emily Catherine 475, 



547 



Lin-McF 



Index 



276 

Linn, Jo Ann 475 

Linnenkohn. Carole D. 475 

Linton, William T.. Ill 475, 

321, 343 

Lisk, John David 347 

Lisk, Rhonda Kay 411, 346, 

348 

List, Michele Leigh 475 

Lister, Constance Ann 475. 

277 

Little. David Bruce 476 

Little, David Joseph 476 

Little, Edward S. 411. 364 

Little, Teresa Louise 476 

Little, Michael 476 

Littlejohn. Paige 476 

Livingston, Angela H. 476. 

302. 363 

Livingston, Stephanie 278, 

290 

Livingston, Vicky R. 476. 327 

Lloyd, Jennifer Ann 476 

Loccarini, Carol M. 411 

Locke, Jana Renee 476, 338 

Lockhart, Bruce 476 

Locklin, Jon Scott 476 

Locklin, Linda L. 476 

Locklin, Lisa L. 476 

Lockwood, David C. iii, 476. 

341 

Loer. Kimberly Ann 476, 327 

Loescher, Walter Otto 476 

Lofink. Robert W 476 

Logan, Gwendolyn J. 411, 

270, 286, 321 

Logan. Susan Denise 476 

Lolla. Linda 338 

Lollis. James Thomas 260. 

293. 341 

Lollis, Nancy White 41 1 

Lollis, Timothy Emory 347 

Lomax, Jean Merchant 360 

Lomax, Timothy J. 476 

Lombrard. M Elizabeth 476, 

363 

Lominac. Rhonda Lee 476 

Long, Hal 378 

Long, Joseph C. 476 

Long, Mark Holladay 476 

Long, Richard Delmar 476 

Long, Sophia Elaine 411, 260 

Long, Travis Austin 476 

Long. William 476 

Looney, Robert Bruce 411 

Loper, Corky 344 

Lopez, Ana Maria DP. 476 

Lopez, Julian Carlos 476, 381 

Lorelle, Diane Marie 476. 

290, 348 

Lorelle, Roger J 476 

Lorentz, Pamela Lynne 476 

Lorenz, Dawn Carole 476, 

309 

Lorenzen, Roy Paul 476 

Loser, Janes Arnold 269 

Loss, John Joseph 4 1 1 

Lotermoser, Diane Kay 476, 

273, 295 

Loughmiller, Jon K. 280 

Lourigan, Mary K. 476 

Love, Frank Watson 476. 

261, 341 

Lovedahl, Jerry 281, 283 

Lovelace, Clare Rebecca 411. 

290 

Lovelace, Harry M. 476 

Lovelace, Keith Alton 476 

Lovelace, Stephen H 411, 

301 

Lovelace, Susan Kay 476, 

310 

Loven, Laura E 363 

Lovin, Jeffrey Clay 411, 260 



Lovin, Joni Ruth 476 

Loving, Jacquelyn E. 476 

Loving, Stephen Wayne 281, 

283 

Lowder, Darryl Monroe 476, 

374 

Lowder, Lorna Leigh 476. 

320 

Lowder, Michael Q. 476 

Lowder. Sharon Gaye 476 

Lowe. Teresa 41 1 

Lowery, Vicki L 285 

Lowman, Gordon Dubose 

347 

Lowrance, Jon 374 

Lowreance, Jennifer K. 289, 

307 

Lowry, John B. 476 

Lowry, Jonathan A. 477 

Lowry, Milton K., Ill 477, 277 

Loy, Susan Arnold 477 

Loyless, Kathryn Lee 477 

Lubkin, Tracy Lynn 477 

Lucas. Margaret G. 477. 338 

Lucchesi. Suzanne 477 

Lucius. Francis H. 477, 364 

Lumpkin, Alan L 411, 267, 

268 

Lumpkin, Deborah Gay 477 

Lund, Maria Page 287 

Lundquist, Diana L. 477 

Lundy, Frank M. 285, 322. 

374 

Lundy. Ginger Alene 477. 

352 

Lundy. Karen Anita 411 

Lundy. Raymond 411, 277 

Lunn, Gregory Lowder 344 

Lunsford, Joel Martin 411 

Lupfer, Sarah Jane 411. 278 

Lusk, Judson L. 263 

Lusty. Grant Campbell 477 

Luther, Debbie 307 

Lutz. John Leighton 477, 327 

Lybrand, Karen E. 41 1 

LyBrand, Katherme E. 477 

LyBrand, Mark Benning 411 

Lyck, David Luther 477 

Lyerly, Robert J. 477 

Lyles, Dale Minter 374 

Lyles, Frank A. Jr. 477. 375 

Lyles. Richard 347 

Lynch, Albert Wester 411, 

364 

Lynch, Edward Scott 477, 

303 

Lynn, Cynthia Denise 411, 

321 

Lynn, John Robert 477 

Lyon, Jeffrey Craig 477 

Lytch, Kenneth James 477 

Mabry, Charles Ray Jr. 411 

Mabry, James R 478 

Mabry, Rebecca Lynn 477 

Mac, Mike 33? 

MacDonald. Mary Kelly 363 

Mace, Daniel R 478, 364 

Mace, Susan Elaine 412 

MAcelveen, Jackey 287 

Macfarlane, Mary B. 412, 267 

Macfie. James P., Jr 478 

Machen, James Robert 478 

Mack, Rosanne 412 

Mack, Skeet 381 

Mackey, Frances Marie 478 

Mackey. Stephen E. 478 

Mackinson, Lawrence L. 412. 

327 

Macnamee, Elizabeth B. 41? 

Macnaughton, Robert 41?. 

343. 344 

Macomson, Johnny H 478 

Madden, Rodney Dale 41? 

Maddox, Cal Franklin 478 



Maduro, Ramon Antonio 347 

Maertens. Alice 41?, ?67 

Maffett, Cherly E. 478 

Maffett. Elon Randall 478 

Magda, Ann Michele 412 

Magda. Stephanie R. 478 

Mahaffee. Gerald W. 412 

Mahaffey, Deirdre L. 478 

Mahaffey, Sulton 381 

Mahaffey, Timothy A. 478 

Maher, Celeste Renae 478, 

371 

Maher, John Patrick 320 

Mahon, Michele 478 

Mahony, David Neal 412 

Mahony, Mrs. 297 

Main, Stephen Gerard 478 

Maisano, Laura Ann 478 

Makapugay, Finian F. 272 

Makapugay. Regina G. 478. 

312 

Malench, Thomas Rizzi 377 

Malstrom. Garrell W. 478 

Mandicott, Bill 330 

Mandras, Jimmy D. 291 

Manes, Ted 412 

Maney, Janine Marie 478 

Manella, David G. 412, 303, 

322 

Manning, Claire Linda 478 

Manning, Elizabeth L. 478 

Manyak, Laura Ann 478 

Mapp, Lori Lee 478 

Mappus, Evelyn Kay 478, 327 

Mappus. Frederic Jay 320, 

381 

Marbert, John 478 

Marbert, Walter S. 478 

Marco, William P. 344 

Marcum, Gina Reshay 478, 

363 

Marine, Jeffrey E. 295 

Marken, Hollis E 478, 327 

Markey, Margaret E. 273 

Marks, Richard Dunn 478 

Marlow, Sandra Jean 478. 

280 

Maron, Christopher Wm. 478 

Marsch, Glenn Alan 289, 291 

Marshall. G. Giahnina 478 

Marshall. Catherine C 478 

Marshall. Dale M 412 

Martell. Vicki Marie 319, 323, 

363 

Marhers. William C 478 

Martin, Bradley G 478 

Martin, Brian Alten 478 

Martin, David 478 

Martin, Douglas Glenn 478 

Martin, Dwight Wayne 478 

Martin, Gary Edward 412 

Martin. Greg 3?7 

Martin. Joe A. 478, ?76 

Martin, John Kennon 307 

Martin, Joseph Alton 478, 

261 

Martin, Karen M 478 

Martin. Kathryn 41? 

Martin. Kathy Haynes ?84 

Martin, Lisa Kaye 41? 

Martin, Lois Anne 478, 352 

Martin, Mafry, Miller 478 

Martin, Maryann 478. 360 

Martin, Mike 381 

Martin. Nancy Ann 295 

Martin, Patrice E. 412, ?81. 

?9?, 305. 355 

Martin. Peggy Marie 478 

Martin, Peter 479 

Martin. Phillip Keith 479 

Martin, 41? 

Martin. Rosemary Lynn 479, 

330. 34? 

Martin, Ruslyn Mane 352 



Martin, Teresa Anne 412, 262 
Martin, Tina 479 
Martini, Al Dr. 261 
Martini, Knsta Lynn 412 
Martuccio, Michael 412 
Marullo, Jerry 364 
Masaneri, Joey 378 
Masek, Kimberly Ann 371 
Masher, Te-ry 278 
Masker, Jonathan R. 479 
Masneri, Joseph A. 412 
Mason, David Warren 479 
Mason, Pamela Ann 355 
Massenburg, Eric B. 479 
Massey. Michael Henry 479. 
307 

Massingill. W. Bennett 479 
Mastellone, Jeanne M. 479, 
355 

Matheson, Dennis W. 412 
Matheson, Susan D. 412 
Mathiasen. Alfred 344 
Mathis, Russell Todd 479 
Matonak. Steven A. 479, 300 
Matthews, Charles S. 41? 
Matthews, Cynthia A. 479 
Matthews. Daniel H. 479. 327 
Matthews, John M. 306 
Matthews. Roy Gilbert 412, 
313 

Matthews, Samuel K. 479 
Matthews. Shelley 391 
Mattison, Keith F. 412, 268. 
326 

Mattison, Vance P. 413. 266, 
326 

Maury. V.J. 280 
Maw, David Scott 413, 374 
Maxey. Cynthia L 479 
Maxie. Bonnie Sue 479 
Maxwell, Cynthia Ann 360 
May, Glenn Ashton 479 
Mayer, Michael G. 413 
Mayes. Jim 479. 273 
Mayfield, Brenda C. 479 
Mayfield, Elizabeth D. 479. 
371 

Mayfield, Teresa Ann 479, 
263, 283 

Mayfield, Walter A 479, 378 
Mays, Michael Wilson 479 
Mays, Stephen L. 479 
Mazanti, Laura Ellen 479 
McAbee. David Louise 479 
McAbee, Hansel 307 
McAfee, Thomas 413 
McAlhany, Wade Kim 479 
McAlister J Todd 479 
McAlister, Lisa Jane 479, 279 
McAllister, Michael D. 413, 
284. 287 

McAllister, Thomas E. 479 
McBnde. Beth L 479. 348 
McBurney, Douglas H. 263 
McCabe. Margaret Ann 413 
McCain. John Mullins 479 
McCain, Joy Lynn 280, 327 
McCale, Alisa 479 
McCall, Alice J. 479, 352 
McCall. Bryan Steven 479 
McCall, George Wesley 279 
McCall. Laura E. 413. 355 
McCall, Terri D. 479, 269 
McCall, William Keith 479, 
311 

McCallough. 1 orin 479 
McCamless. Carolyn 348 
McCarthy. Dan Brian 479 
McCarthy. Jack 273 
McCaskill, Amy Marian 413 
McCaskill. Daniel P 413 
McCaskill. Michael T 341 
McCauley, Donna Kay 413 
McCausland, Kevin 479 



479 

McClain. Jennifer L. 338 

McClain. Reynold A. 479 

McClam. Warren S. 479, 327 

McClellan, Cassandra 479, 

274, 312 

McClellan. Kenneth V. 480 

McClellan. S. Jena 480 

McClure. David Lee 480, 285 

McColl, William 274 

McCollough. Lorm B 300. 

327 

McCollum, Kim 363 

McCombs. Anita D. 480. 311 

McConnell. Cynthia L 480 

McConnell, J. Duff 480 

McConnell, Russell Wm. 480. 

381 

McConnell, Tern B 480 

McCool, Brenda Jean 273 

McCord, David Donald 480, 

327 

McCormack. Juliana L. 413 

McCormick, Douglas P. 480 

McCormick, Leslie Ann 480, 

352 

McCormick, Rick Alan 344 

McCormick, Stuart H 480 

McCoy, Billie Jean 480, 307 

McCoy, Lana Dianne 480 

McCoy, Marcia Kay 413 

McCracken, Edmond A. 480. 

280 

McCracken. William P. 480 

McCrary, David M 324. 327 

McCray, Jeanie Sue 480 

McCraw. Lynn L. 413 

McCraw. Michael M 480 

McCraw, Theresa L 480. 273 

McCreery. Cynthia M. 315 

McCreight. C Randolph 413 

McCrorey. Robert W 347 

McCuen. Stephanie Lee 480. 

327 

McCullough. Henry C 480. 

377 

McCurley. Gregory K 480 

McCurry, Paul Lee 480 

McCurry, Rose Ellen 413. 278 

McCutchen, Richard P. 480 

McDade. Erin April 480. 352 

McDaniel, Linda Kay 480. 

315 

McDans. Robin Dale 480 

McDevitt. Ned 291 

McDonald, Elizabeth J. 480 

McDonald. Ellen Ruth 413 

McDonald, Jay 375 

McDonald, John L Jr 480 

McDonald John N Jr 480 

McDonald. Michael W. 413 

McDonald. Tonya Lynn 480. 

352. 355 

McDonough. Thomas J. 479, 

382 

McDuffie, Roy Owen 480 

McElhattan, Chip 303 

McElmurray, Audrey L. 340 

McElmurray, Ruby D 340 

McElroy. Elizabeth Jo 480 

McElveen, David R 480 

Mcflveen, James Keith 313 

McElveen, Wilson A 413, 

364 

McElveen. Wm Jack 480 

McEIvy, Janet L 480. 355 

McElwee, Ann Auld 480 

McElwee. Joseph 413. 262 

McFntire, Jill 479 

McEntire. John Thomas 413 

McFadden. Gwendolyn 480, 

311 

McFadden, Megan Ann 480 

McFaddin. James H , Jr 413 



548 



Index 



McF-Nes 



McFall. Steve Arthur 480 

McGaha, Carol Lynn 480 

McGanty, Steven G. 480 

McGarr, Christopher S. 374 

McGeachy, Sarah E. 292 

McGee, Carla Ann 480 

McGee, Denise Lynn 480 

McGee, Donald Wayne 378 

McGee. Janet E. 480 

McGee. Kathleen A. 480. 

285, 371 

McGee. Ken 302 

McGee. Shannon Blake 481 

McGNI, Bengamln 481 

McGNI. Donna Karen 481 

McGNI. Julie Ann 413 

McGNI. Steven W. 481. 260 

McGmnis, John R 481 

McGlnnie, Laura Marie 481. 

320. 328, 352 

McGirt, Tonyia Maria 481. 

312 

McGowan. Eugene B. 481 

McGrady. Katherine M. 479, 

363 

McGraw. Barry Scott 413 

McGraw, Philip 481. 295 

McGregory. John Ulmer 413. 

319 

McGregor. Rob Roy 111, 481 

McGuire. David H. 413 

McGuire, John Joseph 327 

McHugh, Mary Beth 481 

Mcintosh, Elizabeth R 481, 

328 

Mcintosh, M. Elizabeth 481 

Mclntyre, Kenna Lee 413 

McJunkin, Charles W. 413 

McJunkm, Erin Elaine 413, 

327 

McKamy, Daniel Lee 481 

McKay, Frank Rodgers 481 

McKee, Malinda Carol 363 

McKellar Gretchen C. 375 

McKenney, Michael R 344 

McKenzie, Betty Sue 338 

McKenzie, William J 300 

McKinney, Leonard C. 481 

McKmney, Mark D 481 

McKinney, Timothy A. 481 

McKinney, William B. 481 

McKinnon, Aminie Ruth 481, 

360 

McKinnon, George K. 481 

McKinnon, Mary Kay 481 

McLean, Allen 377 

McLean, Ellen Marie 481 

McLear. David Sawyer 481 

McLeer, George P 414 

McLellan, William A. 347 

McLendon, Tonda Kaye 481 

McLeon, Betsy 481, 309 

McLeod, Eva 481, 309 

McLeod, Lloyd G., Jr. 481 

McLeod, Sandra Anita 481 

McLoughlin, Douglas R. 481 

McMahan, Melissa Jane 481 

McMakin, James Ray 414. 

281. 283 

McManus. Eugene R. 481 

McMaster, Brian C. 414 

McMeekin, Chris 321. 343, 

344 

McMeekin, Lisa 414 

McMillan. Keith 481. 317 

McMillan. Paul A 414 

McMmn, Daniel Ray 481 

McMmn. David Martin 301. 

309 

McMinn. Mark Lawrence 414 

McNamara, James P. 414, 

277 

McNatt, Jo Ann Dr 284 

McNeil, Jeff 319 



McNeill, Mary E. 479, 304. 

345, 347 

McNulty, Kathleen B. 481 

McPeak, Mary 307 

Mcqueen, Priscilla P. 481, 

363 

McQuite, David 266 

McSpadden, Christophe W. 

386. 278. 290, 296, 327 

McSwain, Michele 348 

McTeer, Lisa Browning 363 

McTeer, Temple Ruth 360 

McTier. Robert F., Jr. 275 

McVey, Carol Ann 481, 307 

McWilhams, Lori Ann 277 

Meadors. Mitchell D. 481, 

302 

Meadors, Shern Lynn 481 

Meadows. Elizabeth A. 481, 

327 

Meadows, William Todd 481, 

300, 320 

Meares, Desree Ann 481 

Mears, Graylin Parker 414 

Mears, Roban 377 

Mears, Sam 377 

Medlm, Lorn E. 371 

Medlock, Judy Carol 414, 

267. 290 

Meeker, Raymond L.. Jr. 386, 

268, 310 

Meetze, Kimberly B. 481 

Mehaffey, Joseph S. 481 

Meierer, Karen Sue 481 

Melissas, George A. 414 

Meloy, Catherine I 414 

Melton, Carl Allan 481 

Melton, Jeffrey A. 378 

Melton, Kerri E. 363 

Melton. Susan P. 414 

Melton, William Rhett 481 

Mendenhall, Lisa Ann 482. 

363 

Mercer. Jackie Day 482. 301 

Mercer, Richard N. 482 

Merchant, Robert S. 482, 351 

Merch, Hubert William 414. 

266 

Mercy. Gary Warren 482 

Meriwether, Leslie E. 482 

Merting, Mark Andrew 482, 

268, 295 

Messick, George H., Jr 414, 

318 

Metcalf, Jerry R. 482 

Metcalf, Tracy Liane 414 

Metts. Mark Lee 414. 261, 

328 

Metts, Sally E 482 

Metz, Catherine E. 482, 278 

Newborn, Michele V. 482 

Mexley, Charles A. 414, 291 

Meyers, Jennie Marie 482. 

371 

Meyers, Rhett, II 414 

Mgbo, Tony I. 414 

Michael, John. Ill 482 

Michalek. Ken 482 

Michale, Kelly Elizabeth 414 

Michels, Margaret Ann 482 

Michener, Barbara J 482 

Mickler. Leslie Karen 482. 

338 

Middlebrooks, Matthew 414. 

266 

Middleton, Curtis I. 482, 327 

Middleton, Liz 482 

Middleton, Patricia L. 482 

Milam, Stephen R. 482 

Milam, William Thomas 482 

Miles, Scott Douglas 482 

Millard, Michelle J. 482 

Millard. Renea S. 482 

Miller, Adrian Keith 492, 311, 



312 

Miller. Alan Lee 482 

Miller, Amy Lynn 482 

Miller, Celia Ann 414 

Miller, David 269 

Miller, Donna Sue 482 

Miller. Frances K. 482 

Miller, Glen Alan 482 

Miller. Harold L., Ill 482 

Miller, Henry 307 

Miller, Janet C. 414 

Miller, Joan E. 371 

Miller, Kim Elizabeth 414, 

315, 348 

Miller, Lisa Kelly 360 

Miller. Michael 269 

Miller, Richard L. 414 

Miller, Robert C. 482 

Miller, Sharon Dr. 272 

Miller, Sharon Louise 482 

Miller, Sonya Marie 482 

Mills, Benji Carol 482 

Mills, Christopher M. 482. 

266 

Mills, David. Ill 278 

Mills, Mary Alice 482, 338 

Mills. Susan 482 

Mimms, Deborah Elaine 482, 

276 

Mims, Klye Sinclair 482 

Mims, Robert Nelson 482, 

268 

Minischetti, Michael 482 

Minority Council 312 

Minors, Velinda Irene 482 

Miotke, Anne C. 310 

Mirick, Elizabeth Ann 482 

Mistretta, John Paul 482 

Mitchell. Barry C 483 

Mitchell, Beverly P. 338 

Mitchell, Jennifer 483 

Mitchell, John Riley 483, 327 

Mitchell, Kathy Anne 414 

Mitchell. Kenneth L. 483. 274 

Mitchell. Kimberly E. 414. 

319. 368 

Mitchell. Lisa A 414, 275 

Mitchell. Michael M. 483 

Mitchell, Robert G. 483 

Mitchum. Marvin G. 483 

Mixon, Cameron Lemuel 483 

Mixon. Judith Holland 483 

Mixon, Ronald Timothy 483 

Miyares. Ana Maria 483, 348 

Mize, Melissa Louise 483, 

355, 380 

Mizzell, Richard C , Jr. 483 

Mobilia. Laura E. 483 

Mobley. Buford L 483 

Mobley, F Catherine 363, 

380 

Moede, Charles Robert 483 

Moles, Brendan Robert 415 

Monroe, Bucky 302 

Monroe, Joseph E. 483 

Monroe, Julie L 483 

Monroe. Lewis Maxwell 483. 

327, 328 

Monson, Gary C. 332 

Monteith. Deborah L. 483. 

338 

Montgomery, James H , III 

387 

Montgomery, Laurie A 483 

Montgomery, Tracy V 483 

Monts. Marshall E. 483 

Montuth, Deborah 323 

Moody. Arthur R., Ill 483 

Moody, Christina J. 483, 327 

Moody, Nancy W 483 

Moody, William Ray 415. 

296, 313 

Moore, Becky 302. 348 

Moore, Billy Edward 483 



Moore, C. Clarke, III 483, 381 

Moore, Deborah Jane 483, 

310 

Moore, Debra Marie 483 

Moore, Gail Tucker 483, 348 

Moore, Gregory Todd 483 

Moore, Janet Leah 483 

Moore, Jeffrey W. 483 

Moore, Joseph 463 

Moore, Laura Ann 371, 483 

Moore, Laura Suzanne 483 

Moore, Leslie Anne 483 

Moore, Logan Abraham 483 

Moore, Loretta Fawn 415, 

306 

Moore, Louie James 415 

Moore, Margaret Jean 483 

Moore, Mark Avery 291 

Moore, Nan 368 

Moore, Nancy Carol 483. 

307, 327 

Moore, Nancy Caroline 483 

Moore, Nancy Lynn 415 

Moore, Rebecca 483 

Moore, Richard F. 483 

Moore, Robert Allen 327 

Moore, Roy Lee, III 483 

Moore, Susan Marie 483, 

319, 352 

Moore, Tami Marie 484 

Moore, Teresa Lynn 484 

Moore. Thomas M., Ill 483 

Moore, Tim 484, 378 

Moore, Wm. Timothy 484 

Moorefield. Dawn C. 484, 

291, 360 

Moorer, James W 484 

Moorhead, William F. 484, 

344 

Mooris, Anne 484 

Moormann, Daiquire, R. 484, 

371 

Moose, Lindsay H. 484 

Moran, Tommy 364 

Morgan, Deena B. 352 

Morgan, Fred Dr. 284, 328 

Morgan, James Scott 415, 

297, 343, 378 

Morgan, Martha Jean 415, 

307 

Morgan, Ray Hughes 378 

Morgan, Rodger Dale 344 

Morgan, Sally E. 415. 277 

Morgan, Terry 415 

Monarty, Stephen C. 306 

Morona, Lee 332 

Morrer, Jimmy 378 

Morris, Bob 327 

Morris, Daphanie L. 484 

Morris, Donald Wayne 415, 

267 

Morris, John Kevin 415 

Morris, John Vincent 484 

Morris, Johnny 313 

Morris, Michael David 327 

Morris, Robert Allen 484. 324 

Morrison, Frederick Dean 415 

Morrow, George B , Jr 484 

Morrow, Janice Elaine 338. 

352 

Morton, Heidi C. 484 

Morton, Shanna Lee 484 

Moseley, Sheryl Lynn 484 

Moser, Charles Edward 484 

Moser, Terry Russell 484 

Moses, Steve 317 

Mosher, Terry 290, 296 

Mosley, Lisa Elaine 484 

Moss, Charles Marvin 415 

Moss, Dakon Hope 484 

Moss, Daniel Lee 415, 300 

Moss, Danny Winfred 484 

Moss, Janie Louise 415 

Moss, John Eric 484 



Moss, Pete 302 

Mostellar, William E. 484, 317 

Mott, Karen Michele 484 

Mozeley, Ray C. 484 

Mucci, Jeffrey Alan 484, 378 

Myekker, Rebeca 363 

Muldrow, Charles S. 415 

Mullen, Shaughnessy V. 484, 

276 

Mullism James Kenneth, Jr. 

415 

Mummau, David Russell 484, 

331 

Muncy, Glenn 415 

Mundy, Margaret Anne 484, 

264 

Munson, Keith Douglas 484, 

320 

Murcier, Barbara 484, 311, 

312 

Murdaugh, Barry C. 415 

Murdaugh, Scott 351 

Murden, John Alden 273. 318 

Murdock, Steve 415. 311 

Murphey, Janice Lynn 319, 

371 

Murphy, Donna Marie 484 

Murphy, Michael Lee 484 

Murphy, Michael P. 415 

Murphy, William A. 484 

Murray, John O. 373 

Murray, M. Mikell 484 

Murray, Michael Van A. 415, 

270 

Murray, Paula Lynn 338 

Murray, Sandra Ann 484 

Murrell, W. Bentley 484, 314 

Musavi, S. Hamid 415 

Musgrove, Joel M. 415 

Musselman, Pella Kay 484, 

290, 305, 348 

Myers, Andrea Yvonne 484 

Myers, Cathryn Ellen 484 

Myers. Craig 287 

Myers, Marian Arlene 484 

Myers. Rhett 300 

Nabors. Julie Kay 415 

Nadeau. Thomas J. 484 

Nagamoto, Elizabeth D. 484, 

283 

Najdowski, Jerry S. 484 

Nail, Douglas Kenneth 484 

Nancy, Janice Laine 415, 

267, 360, 368 

Nanney, Mary Renay 484 

Nantz, Joe Allen 485 

Naugle, Frank Steets 485 

Nays, Tim 344 

Neal, Brian Keith 485, 300 

Neal, Ellen Barnes 485 

Neal, Jaci Renee 485 

Neal, James Edward 260, 

341 

Neal, John Douglas 485 

Neal, Karen Rogers 485, 261 

Neal, Robin Blake 415, 378 

Nealy, Kimberly Joan 485, 

355 

Neel, Daphne G. 485 

Nehlsen. Michael H. 485 

Neil, Patricia Lynne 485, 310, 

355 

Neil, Scott Ashton 485 

Neill, Robert Lee 485, 373 

Neilson, James M. 343 

Nelson, Jeffrey Alan 485 

Nelson, Ken Moore 415, 266 

Nelson, Lorraine C. 485, 317, 

371 

Nelson, Michael W. 344 

Nelson. Nancy Marie 485 

Nelson, Todd W. 485 

Nesbitt. Debra Ann 485 

Nesbitt, Lawrence 311 



549 



Nes-Rad 



Index 



Nesmith. Stephen L. 416 

Nethery, Randall Todd 485 

Nettles, Frances E. 485. 277 

Newborn, Michele 363 

Newell, Peter P. 377 

Newell, William C. 297 

Newman, Jeffry A. 485 

Newman, Jody Burrell 485 

Newman. Lloyd A., Ill 332 

Newman. Shelly 311 

Newsome. Deborah L. 485 

Newton, Arthur T. 485 

Newton, Frances C. 485 

Newton, Harry Nelson 485 

Newton, John Kipling 485 

Newton, Kathleen Sue 485. 

307 

Newton, Lisa Marie 485, 352 

Newton, Michael M. 485 

Newton, Paul Robert 485, 

351 

Newton, Robin Leigh 485, 

355 

Newton. Stacey W. 485, 352 

Nichols, Athena June 485 

Nichols. Bette Bonte 485 

Nichols, James Todd 485 

Nichols, Jeffrey Alan 277 

Nichols, Lisa K. 416, 275 

Nicholson, Annie E. 485, 261 

Nicholson. Gail W. 416 

Nicholson, Sandra L. 307 

Nickles, Andrew Wells 416 

Nickles, Melvin Bond 485 

Nicoll. Gayle 485 

Nielson, Lessli 485 

Niemer. Paula K. 416, 286, 

296. 319 

Nigro, Christopher T. 416 

Nigro, Laura V. 485, 360 

Nilsson, Brian Henry 485 

Nilsson, Richard C. 485 

Nimmer. Frederick A. 485 

Nims, Joe White 485, 281, 

323, 373 

Niver, Judy 269, 284 

Nix, Mary Elizabeth 416 

Nix, Sherrie Ann 416, 304 

Nobbs, Sandra S. 313qobert. 

Kenneth R 485 

Nobert, Lory Ann 485 

Nobles, Gregory Wm. 276. 

301 

Nock, Carla Jean 486 

Noel. Randall Scott 486, 300 

Nolan. Byron Keith 486, 260, 

301 

Nork, Michael Anthony 486 

Norman, X. Fred 373 

Norman, Timothy Fagge 373 

Norona, Lee Matthew 486 

Norris, Brenda Gail 486 

Norris, Bryon Lee 378 

Norris. Helen E. 486, 360 

Norris, Mary Jane 486, 305, 

360 

Norris, Robert Ramsey 486. 

268 

Norris, Scott Andrew 486 

•i thcutt, Timothy T. 486 

Northern, Timothy W. 263, 

283 

Norton, Bob 364 

Norton, Mary Lou 352 

Norwood, Elizabeth D. 486 

Novak. Elizabeth A 486, 328 

Noyes, Charles V.. II 364 

Nurman, James 416 

Nyczepir, David Jon 416, 

296 
Oakley. David Reade 486 
Oates, Angela Lynne 486 
Oberholtzer, Timothy 486, 
300 



Obrien, Samuel Joseph 486 

Obryan, Whitney G. 486, 352 

Oconnor, Erin P. 386 

Odea, Eileen A. 363 

Odell. John Clarence 486 

Odell, Lynne Greer 486 

Odom, John Edward, Jr. 266, 

295 

Oenbrink, Thomas R 486 

Ofarrell, Cynthia A. 305 

Okelley, Randy Vance 486 

Oldham, Mark Dowdle 416, 

269 

Oleary. Peter George 387 

Oleksak. Michael W 486 

Oliver, Debra D. 386 

Oliver. Jane E 416 

Oliver, Olivia Ann 486 

Omega Psi Phi 368 

Oneal, Cassandra E 486 

Oneal, George 274. 368 

Oneal, Wade Forrest 416 

Oneill. Virginia Anne 

Oneill, Ginny 303 

Opite. Jane 278, 289, 310 

Opitz. Jennifer L. 416, 270, 

371 

Opitz, June Dafne 416, 273, 

295 

Oreilly. Eve 486, 363 

Orkar, David Abeetse 288 

Orourke, Brian Joseph 416, 

303 

Osborn, Martin James 347 

Ostapeck, Therese M. 486 

Osteen, Frances L. 371 

Oswald, James Thomas 327 

Oswald, T.H. 291 

Oswald, William B., Jr. 486 

Ott, Eugene Lloyd 344 

Ott, Timothy C. 486 

Ott, Victor, Mitchell. 486 

Otto, Glenn Ronald 486 

Otto. Leslie Susan 416 

Ouzts, James Wylie 486 

Owen, Dena Suzette 352 

Owen, Joan Ellen 486, 284 

Owen. Mitchell Bain 416 

Owen. Richard M. 486 

Owen. Sheila Elaine 416 

Owen. Stephen Bryan 341 

Owen, Tern 302 

Owens. Aaron Douglas 486 

Owens. Billy 364 

Owens. Bradford L. 378 

Owens, Charles Mark 486 

Owens, Derrick 486 

Owens, Jeffrey S. 486 

Owens, Mark Sherod 486, 

347 

Owens, Robert Timothy 416, 

290 

Owmgs, Franklin M. 486 

Oxner, John Wilson 486 

Ozaki. Jim 486, 302 

Ozburn, Margaret Lee 352 

Ozmint, Milton, Ira 486 

Pace, Allen Lee 486 

Pace, Donan Leigh 486 

Pace, Felecia DAwn 486, 487 

Pace, Steven Anthony 487, 

307 

Pace. Susan L. 487 

Pacewic, Michele Ann 416 

Padgett, Cynthia Ann 487. 

380 

Padgett, Joe A , Jr 374 

Padgett, Kathy Lee 416 

Padgett, Lawrence T. 487, 

311 

Padgett, Sandra Lee 487 

Padgett, Scott A 487, 374 

Padilla, Christine O. 363 

Padilla, Lorna Vitug 487 



Pagan, Bryan Gaylon 487 

Page. Ginger 416 

Page. Ginger Lynn 487. 350 

Page. Glenn Martin 487, 273 

Page. Lisa Cheryl 481 

Page. Phil Arthur 487 

Page. Trenna Joy 416. 310, 

327 

Page. William Rad 487. 381 

Paget. Patty Ruth 352 

Painter. Doug 378 

Painter. John G. 487 

Painter. Judith E. 416. 300 

Palese, Catherine B. 487. 311 

Palmer, Bobby 330 

Palmer, Gregory Scott 487 

Palmer, Mary Carolyn 487 

Palmer. Robert Alan 487 

Pamona 312 

Palombi, Laura 290 

Pan Hellenic Council 368 

Papadogeorgis, Greg 331 

Pappas. Robert James 416. 

266 

Parham. Jams Marlyn 273 

Pavis, Constance W. 487, 

279 

Park. Keith Wilson 269 

Parker. Andrew Lynn 487 

Parker, Jeff Alan 378 

Parker, Kathy Dale J. 487 

Parker, Leland Wesley 416, 

268. 273 

Parker, Lisa 348 

Parker, Mary Frances 487, 

268 

Parker, Pamela 417 

Parker, Robert Wayne 417, 

292 

Parker, Royce Scott 487 

Parker, Sam 284 

Parker, Susan Denise 487 

Parker. Teresa Gail 417, 355 

Parker, William H.. Jr. 487 

Parker. William R. 417 

Parker, William T Jr. 416 

Parkins, Rena Lee 294, 300, 

380 

Parks, Susan Elaine 487 

Parler. David W. 487 

Parrado, Josefine 294 

Parris, Cynthia Faye 355 

Parns, Michael Lynn 487. 

281. 283 

Parris, Wayne J , Jr 487 

Parsons, Mark C 487 

Paschal, John W., Ill 487 

Paschall. Thomas G , Jr 278, 

290 

Paston, Stanley R. 417 

Pate, Elizabeth Lee 352 

Pate, Rickmond, Alton 487 

Pate, Robert Maynard 487 

Patel, Pankaj A. 487 

Patrick, Mimi V. 417, 307, 

340 

Patterson, Chris Nida 417 

322 

Patterson, John T , Jr 417 

Patterson. Mark F 417 

Patterson, Patricia G 487 

Patterson, Paula Jane 348 

Patterson, Sandra L. 417 

Pattillo. Ann F 487 

Pattillo, David A. 417. 286, 

343 

Patton. David W 373 

Patton, Ronald Keith 417. 

267. 301 

Paul, Steve 317 

Paussa, Gregory F. 487, 281, 

295 

Paxton, Pamela Alesia 487, 

263. 283, 380 



Payne, Carol Anne 278 

Payne. Charles 417 

Payne. David S. 487 

Payne. Mary E 417. 355 

Payne. Michelle Diane 487 

Payne. Phil 263. 384 

Pazdan, Joseph Martin 417 

Pazur, Scott M. 487. 317. 

332 

Pearcy. Mary Evelyn 487 

Pearson, Drew 487 

Pearson, Michael J. 487 

Pebbles, Jill Ann 487 

Pechthalt. Danny 304, 311, 

351 

Peden, Johnny Taylor 304 

Peebles, James J. 418 

Peeples. Christopher 351 

Peeples, Lewis 31 1 

Peeples, Robert F 261. 341 

Pekrul, Debra Sharon 327, 

330 

Pelfrey, Rick 320 

Pendavvis. Andrew, III 418. 

290. 326 

Pender. Cynthia Lynne 320 

Penland, Melanie K. 418 

Penney, Susan R. 327 

Pepin, Matthew 300 

Pepper, William W. 418, 326 

Perkins. Elizabeth R. 288. 

345 

Perna. Georgette J 418, 260. 

277 

Perrin, Leigh Ann 418. 284 

Perry, Alfred Dean 289. 317 

Perry. Dan 378 

Perry, Donald Edward 341 

Perry, Gregory 312 

Perry, Harold D. 418 

Perry, Leslie Ellen 290, 307 

Perry, Levis Herman 274 

Pershing, Riffes 313 

Perzak, Deborah E. 307 

Peters, Cynthia Anne 303 

Peterson. Christopher 347 

Peterson, Deborah G 418. 

371 

Peterson. Joseph Moss 418, 

382 

Peterson, Kim Dr. 286 

Peterson, Paul 269 

Pettigrew, John W.. Jr 418, 

270, 286, 321 

Pewitt, Dabney Susan 418 

Pfeiffer, Debra Lynne 309 

Phillips. Charles E. 341 

Phillips, Gena Mane 418 

Phillips, Jacqueline 280 

Phillips, Kim Marie 418 

Phillips, Melissa A. 371 

Phillips, Steven P. 373 

Phillips. Teresa L 371 

Phillipson. David B 418. 307 

Phlegar. Walter S . Ill 273 

Pi Beta Phi 371 

Pi Kappa Alpha 375 

Pickens. Anna C. 418, 348 

Pickens, Julie E 348 

Pickering, Henry O 418 

Pierce, Vicki Ruth 304 

Pmckney. Antonio K. 311 

Pinckney, Nancy 309. 360 

Pinion. David Elne 304 

Pinkston, Tammie E. 327 

Pioth. Karen Ann 418, 292 

Piper, Doug 418, 320 

Pittman, Italy Earl 307 

Pitts, Jenny 338 

Pitts. Sandra Regina 274. 

311, 312 

Pitts. Sandra Regina 274, 

311, 312 

Pitts. Sheryl L 304 



Piatt. Murray 363 

Player, Weber Kirby 297. 

307. 320. 364 

Plowden. Irvm V . Jr. 418 

Plumb. Janet Lee 352. 357 

Plyler. Sallie F 348 

Poe, Lisa L. 363 

Poerschmann. Steven E. 418. 

301 

Poffenbarger, J.I. 374 

Polevy, Melissa Anne 288 

Polk, Phillip Anthony 418, 

260, 341, 343 

Polkinhorn, William E. 418 

Poll, Mark 341 

Poole. Gary Allan 260. 267 

Pope, Conni Suzanne 302, 

307 

Pope. Cynthia Renee 418, 

290 

Porcher, Edward 418 

Porcher, Sarah D 360 

Porretta, Peter J. 418 

Porter, Lucretia Ann 418 

Porter, Mark 295 

Porter, Tammy Lee 418. 275 

Porth. Jimmy 301 

Post, William Charles 418 

Poston, Myra Ann 419 

Potente, James M 419. 266. 

378 

Potter, Richard Lee 320 

Potts. Joyce 306 

Potts. Stephen G 378 

Poulnot, Gene Huger 360 

Powell, Cynthia A. 326 

Powell, Karen Lynn 309 

Powell, Thomas Glen 419 

Power, Lewis Howard 287 

Pratt, John Kelvin 327 

Pratt, Michael 419, 302 

Prescott, Kathie D 269 

President's Cabinet 321 

Prewett, Mary Jean 352 

Price, Ann Crawford 419, 

266, 292 

Price. Carl Wayman 419, 

266, 283, 364 

Price. David 286 

Price, Eva M. 270 

Price, Ronnie Jimmy 419 

Priester. Chip 302 

Priester, Horace R. 419, 330 

Priester, Lamar E . Ill 419 

Prince. Rhett Charles 283 

Prince, Thett 263 

Proctor, Sally 368 

Proctor, Sarah Burton 419 

Prokop, Peter Paul 419 

Propst, Charles W. 419 

Prosser. Vernon Lory 281, 

283 

Pruitt. Richard Lee 327 

Pruitt, Victoria C 375 

Pugh, Jacqueline 355 

Puldy. Michael L 326 

Purcell, David D 373 

Purvis, Tern Ruth 419 

Putman, Pamela S. 419 

Quackenbush. Palmer D 419 

Quails. David Edward 293 

Quarles, Al 279. 377 

Quarles, Charles 419 

Quarles, Nell Cooke 419, 360 

Quarles, Pamela Kay 419 

Quarles Wm. Albert 419 

Quinn, Melanie Marie 327 

Quinn. Michael Henry 285 

Rabb, Ernest King 364 

Rabon, James Keith 320 

Rabon, Rodney Lee 419 

Rabun. Judith Mary 307 

Rachman, Bruce Alan 351 

Raddy, Liela 357 



550 



Index 



Rag-Ske 



Ragan. Russell Derek 304 

Rahn. Kenneth F. 341 

Rainey, Mary Swann 419 

Rainey. Sheron Lynn 327 

Rally Cats 315 

Raliskl. Mary Ellen 327 

Ramey. Brian Keith 341 

Ramger. David L. 347 

Rampey, Alan Dale 419. 374 

Ramsay, Louise Hunter 305. 

328. 348 

Ramsay. Page Lee 419, 319 

Ramsbottom. Diana Gay 348, 

357 

Ramsey. Brian 267 

Ramsey. David Michael 300 

Ramsey. Page 269. 270. 363 

Randle. Andrea Marie 346. 

363 

Randle. Kevin Jay 347 

Randolph. Jeffrey B 270. 

297. 322 

Rankin. Alex B. 419 

Rankin, John Walter 364 

Ransom, Douglas W 284, 

305 

Ranson, Allison Djeft 273 

Rash. Becky 269 

Rast. David Edward 327 

Ratchford, Carol M. 371 

Ratchford, Dana K. 277. 368. 

371 

Rauton. William Ray 344 

Raymond, Jay 301 

Read. Cathy Eleanor 307 

Reagan. Robert John 419, 

343, 382 

Reaves, Miltena 31 1 

Redfern, Cecil H. 419 

Redwme. John Mark 419, 373 

Reed, Charlene 317 

Reed. David 270 

Reed. Diana Lin 293 

Reeder, Mary Beth 355 

Reel. J.V 297 

Reese. Dannis E. 419 

Reeves. Donald Keith 420, 

277 

Reeves, Emily Nancy 321. 

363 

Reeves. Gerald A . Jr. 420 

Reeves. Jeff 373 

Reeves. Robert E., Jr 364 

Regan. Jane Ann 360 

Rehill. Coreen Grace 307 

Reichard, Todd David 300 

Reid. David H 295. 323. 374 

Reid. George Lee 420. 291 

Reid. Laura Louise 307 

Reid. Michael D. 273 

Reid. Rodney Rene 263, 285 

Reid. Roger Alan 273. 328 

Reid. Wayne A , Jr. 420. 281 

Reiley. John 301 

Renter. Jeffrey Edwin 377 

Renfro. Tripp 319. 373 

Renshaw, Deborah Jean 420 

Renshaw. Kathleen M 380 

Revan. Richard Grant 420 

Revels, W Michael 420 

Revis. Wanda Jane 307 

Rew, Fredric Thomas 373 

Reynolds, George A . Jr 268, 

305, 323. 344 

Reynolds. Jandell R. 355 

Reynolds. Karen W. 326, 327 

Reynolds, Susan Neal 420 

Reynolds. Wm. Sheldon 364 

Rhoads. Barbara Jean 327. 

371 

Rhoden, George Walker 381 

Rhodes. Emily Leiann 420 

Riba, Edgar 277 

Rice, Angela Farr 420 



Rice, Dana Leigh 331 

Rice, Kathryn L. 420 

Rice. Timothy James 300 

Rich. Graham Watkins 364 

Rich, Timothy Clyde 420 

Richards. Jeffrey P. 318 

Richards. Julie L. 420. 363 

Richards, R. Mark 420, 330 

Richardson. Adella A. 420. 

260. 280 

Richardson. E. Scott 378 

Richardson. Frances C. 307 

Richardson, John E. 327 

Richardson, Len 377 

Richardson, Mark 320, 374 

Richardson, Michael R. 420 

Richardson, Wm. Frank 332 

Richbourg, Mike T. 420. 332 

Riddick, Peggy Moss 357 

Riddick. Susan Lynn 357 

Riddle. Dana Kay 420. 285. 

327 

Riddle. John Douglas 420 

Ridgell. Donald Lee 420. 270. 

304 

Ridgeway, Ann 309 

Ridgeway, Cathy Ann 289 

Rifle Team 314 

Rigg. Catherine C. 420. 327. 

345 

Rigsby. Jennifer L 420 

Riley. John Wilbur 343 

Riley. Ray A.. Jr. 420 

Riley, Robert G. 420 

Rimer, Michael Scott 378 

Rinder, Kathryn 284 

Ringer, Gerald Edward 420 

Rinker, Kathryn Ann 420, 

289, 318 

Rion. William Lee 266 

Riordan, R. Susan 420, 266 

Riser, Deborah Ann 420, 288 

Rister. Rhonda Faye 350, 355 

Rivers, Otis Thomas 351 

Rizer. Philip N. 261, 341 

Roach, Sara Lynn 421 

Roark. Jeffrey Scott 421 

Roat. Suzanne D 318 

Roberson, Sarah L. 275 

Roberts, Arian L 304. 346 

Roberts. Beth 338 

Roberts. Dennis M. 300 

Roberts, Glenn C. 378 

Roberts. Helen D. 421 

Roberts. James Scott 320 

Roberts. Jeanie E. 280 

Roberts, Jeffrey Dean 273, 

378 

Roberts. John William 421, 

281 

Roberts. Jonnette E 421 

Roberts, Lisa 421 

Roberts, Michael 347. 351 

Roberts. William H., Jr. 374 

Robertson. Jack L. 284, 291 

Robertson. Jayroe 407 

Robertson, Jeanie 352 

Robertson, Kenneth M. 421. 

266 

Robertson. Paul J. 421. 281 

Robertson. Sarah 311. 312 

Robertson, Terry D 421 

Robilot, Jane 305 

Robins, Lisa Louise 285. 289, 

307 

Robinson, Benjamin F. 266 

Robinson, Betty B. 421 

Robinson, Charlotte 387 

Robinson, Dan Morrow 261 

Robinson, Glenn Elton 301 

Robinson, Karrie Jo 266, 274, 

292, 311, 312 

Robinson, Kenneth L 312, 

321, 327 



Robinson, Laverne 279 
Robinson, Randy 375 
Robinson, Ronald Gene 421 
Robinson, Thomas A. 421, 
328 

Robnett, Barbara 275 
Rockholt, Robert P. 381 
Rockwell, Don 381 
Roddey, Leila Dunlap 421, 
348 

Roddey, Robert S., Jr. 347 
Rodeffer, James D. 374 
Rodeschin, Denise 421. 269 
Rodgers. Cynthia Gay 360 
Rodgers, Matthew 312 
Rogers, Becky 305, 307, 338 
Rogers, Bradley Alan 301 
Rogers, Chris 269, 300, 305 
Rogers. Christianna L. 421 
Rogers, David Wayne 421 
Rogers, Donald Edward 279 
Rogers. Frank Kent 421. 289. 
301 

Rogers, Kathy 327 
Rogers. Lawrence K. 421 
Rogers. Mary 360 
Rogers, Matthew 31 1 
Rogers, Talitha 277, 360 
Rogers, Tom 341, 343 
Rogers, Tony Neal 421 
Rolfe, Ronald D 268 
Rollins. Laura 302 
Rollins. Richard F., Jr. 263 
Rollinson, Connie F. 274, 312 
Roney, Dionne Lenn 352 
Roney, Joyce Clynis 320 
Rose, Gene 307 
Rose. Marilyn 31 1 
Rose, Mary Alice 277, 309, 
315, 348. 371 
Rosier. Troy Darrin 273 
Ross, Marilyn Delores 421 
Ross, Pamela Jane 421, 380 
Rossi, Theresa Lynn 363 
Rountree. Ronald E 300 
Rourf, Val 296 
Rouse, Suzanne 327 
Row, Jenny Lynne 352 
Rowan. Kun C 283 
Rowe. James Edgar, III 327 
Rowell, Calla Eileen 368 
Rowland. David Andrew 268, 
283, 344 

Rowland. James Wm 421 
Rowley, Cheryl 421 
Rowling. Ruth 368 
Ruckman. William M. 421 
Ruczko. Mary Ellen 346 
Ruff, Charles Richard 421. 
344 

Ruff. Ken 341 
Ruhlen, Ruth Gayle 352 
Rumney, David Wayne 421 
Rumsey, Edwin 275 
Ruoff, Val William 421 
Russell, Cathleen M. 363 
Russell. Danny 318 
Russell, Elizabeth R. 326 
Russell, Laura Lake 352 
Russell, Walter 268 
Ryall, Jodi Lynn 371 
Ryan. Robert F 422, 318 
Ryan. Wm. Thomas III 421 
Sadifer. Lynn 278 
Saider, Mitchell 283 
Sailing Club 318 
Sakurada, Yuhei 422 
Salmond, William C. 327 
Salmons, Uelmda Lee 422 
Sample, Kristine Joan 422 
Sams, Gmny 260 
Samuel. Valerie Rae 422. 293 
Sanborn, Richard K. 347 
Sanders, Bradford M. 278. 



290 

Sanders, Caroline C. 348 
Sanders, Diane L 260, 278, 
290, 296 

Sanders. Jean Marie 422 
Sanders, Laura 355 
Sandifer, M. Deanette 422, 
277 

Santos, Patricia Anne 309 
Sargent. Phil Scott 422 
Sargent. Rosalind R. 360 
Sark, Mary Crisler 422, 275 
Satcher. Ben Wright 422 
Satcher, Mary Lynn 357 
Sattenfield, E. Ann 422 
Satterwhite. Ann 346 
Sattler, Dennis Major 
Saucier, Phillip W. 327 
Saverance, Robert M. 301 
Savitsky. Ludmila 284 
Saxe, Thomas King 301 
Scabbard & Blade 317 
Scaggs, Kevin Robert 422 
Scarlett, Susan M. 317, 327. 
348 

Schaaf. John D., Jr. 364 
Schachner. Debra M. 355 
chanen, Nancy C. 276 
Schavey, Robert J. 422. 266 
Schenkewitz, John R. 422, 
279 

Schlachie, Carl P., Jr. 306 
Schmidt, Matthew W. 422 
Schmitt. Paul W. 330 
Schneider. Christian 291 
Schneider, Donna M. 422, 
293 

Schoolbred, Frances 422 
Schrader. John Wm. 422, 
266 

Schreuders, Paul D. 266 
Schroeder, Jeanne M. 310 
Schrum. Susan Wells 338 
Schultz. Karen Aleise 422 
Schultz, Shettyl 269 
Schumpert, Derrill E. 266 
Schwartz, Linda Sue 338 
Schwarz, Catherine L. 338 
Schwarz, Richard A. 327 
Scobee, Laura Deann 360 
Scott, Andrea 338 
Scott, Barbara 422 
Scott, Betty Jo 422 
Scott. David Edward 327 
Scott, David F 327 
Scott, Jacqueline R. 301 
Scott, Neil 307 
Scott. Tina Marie 422 
Scotten, David Edward 327 
Scruggs, Tony 331 
Scurry, Charles B. 364 
Seaborn, Jame Lawrence 387 
Seaborn. John 303 
Seabrook, Mary A. 307. 318 
Seabrook, Melanie W. 305. 
348 

Seagers, Margaret 357 
Searle, Donald Drew 327 
Sease, Joseph Charles 422 
Seaver, Art 381 
Seay. Eric William 422. 317 
Seay, Jimmy Ray 303 
Seay, Tommy Joe 268 
Seelinger, Rich 381 
Segars, Margaret Ann 352 
Seibert. Bob 317 
Seibert. David 422 
Selden. Robert J , Jr. 373 
Sehg, Steven William 291 
Sellers. Jerry Stevan 291 
Senn, Robert Harper 422 
Seo, Toshio 275 
Sessions, Jean Gordon 352 
Shaffer, Linda Lee 422, 310 



Shanabarger, Laura 302 
Shank. David Stuart 381 
Shannon, Kevin P. 319, 322, 
373 

Sharpe, Everett Lowe 278, 
290 

Sharpe, Heather Rynn 327 
Sharpe, Michael G. 422 
Sharrett. Kenneth Ray 327 
Shaw, Jane Allison 280 
Shaw, Randy J. 423 
Shealy, Al 301 
Shealy. Elizabeth H 423. 
286, 310, 346, 348 
Shealy, Kathy Carver 277 
Shealy, Luther Floyd 423 
Shealy, Preston S. 423 
Shealy, Wanda Loraine 338 
Shelley, Linda K. 423 
Shelley. William H. 301 
Shelton, Jeffrey N. 313 
Shelton, John L. 364 
Shephard. Tomika J. 302 
Shepherd. Bruce 307 
Sheppard. Pamela T. 309 
Sherer, Deborah Lee 423 
Sherer, Elizabeth A. 423, 277 
Shine, Stephen C. 423, 369, 
284, 289, 303 
Shipes, Gregory Scott 344 
Shirer. Elizabeth 423 
Shirley, William L., Jr. 373 
Shively. Chip 373 
Shively, Susan Renee 375 
Shoemaker, James A., II 344 
Shores, John Snow 423 
Short, James M., Jr. 423, 
278, 290 

Short, Sandra Lee 273, 374 
Shull, Loretta Lynn 307 
Shuman, Christopher N. 364 
Shumpert, Ricky Allen 423 
Sickling, James 343 
Sifford. Sharon Lynn 326 
Sightler, Kevin W. 423, 300 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 374 
Sigma Chi 377 
Sigma Nu 378 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 381 
Sikoryak, Elizabeth A. 371 
Siler, Julius G., IV 423 
Silgton, Elizabeth 357 
Sill. Annegela Lynn 338 
Silverman. Judith L. 350, 360 
Silvoy. John James 261 
Simmons, Bradley John 311 
Simmons. David Allen 267 
Simmons. Henry 317 
Simmons, Jeffery 275 
Simmons, Michael 347 
Simmons, Michelle C. 312 
Simmons. Steven Wayne 328, 
347 

Simpkins, Floyd C. 423 - 
Simpkins. Roland S. 281, 283 
Simpson, Chip 31 1 
Simpson, John Roger 374 
Simpson, Mary L 423 
Simpson, Steven R. 423. 374 
Sims, Curtis, Jr 311, 320 
Sims, Joel Keith 423 
Sims. John N.. Jr. 364 
Sims. Robin Celeste 264. 289 
Sims, Weldon Stewart 423. 
270, 297, 321 
Singleton, Elizabeth 352 
Singleton, Linda Joan 327 
Sink, Donna Lynn 345, 360 
Sinka, Dr. 280 
Sipkes, Alexander F. 304 
Sisk, Carla Ann 338 
Sjoberg. Paula K. 363 
Skelley, Mary Laura 348 
Skelton. Charles T. 375 



'.M 



Ske-Thr 



Index 



Skelton, Leigh Anne 287. 271 
Skelton, Thomas E., Jr. 423 
Skelton, William Lee 423 
Skey, Debra Dianne 423. 360 
Skinner. Jeffrey V. 381 
Skinner, Teresa Lynn 423 
Skipper, Toy Ann 371 
Skrocki, Peter Edward 364 
Slade, Arther 306 
Slayback, Scott E., Ill 311 
Sleaford, Michael L. 347 
Slessinger, Ellen 294 
Sligh, Wm. Duncan, Jr. 423. 
278. 290 
Sloan, Don 423 
Sloan. Margaret E. 272, 286 
Smedley, Lisa M. 327 



Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

321 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

Sm 

277 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smoak 



gay, Laura Jean 293, 363 
th, Allen Burton 423, 327 
Amy Lynne 267 
Andrew Mykland 423 
Andy 275, 294, 301 
Ann Cameron 338 
B. Annette 277, 360 
Bertie, J. 424, 283 
Beverly D. 277, 357 
Brad Brown 423, 374 
Brad Jarrard 281 
Bruce F. 423 
Bryan L. 424, 302 
Cyndi L. 338 
Darlene M. 302 
Deanna Lynn 278 
Debbie 277 
Deborah Kay 424 
George Newton 424 
Gregory 378 
Jan Elizabeth 348 
Jay 381 
Johnny Elmer 319, 



Kathy 281, 393 
Keith 424, 262 
Laura Janet 327 
Lisa Ann 338, 346 
Lori 338 

Mary Angela 424 
Neil Lance 302 
Oran Perry 320 
Pat 268 

Paul McElveen 381 
Robin 310, 363 
Shannon Leigh 424, 

Stanley "Kevin 424 
Terrell 363 
Tom Captain 317 
Vicki Lynne 424 
Watt Elias, III 424 
Winchester 327 
Diedre Louise 340 



Smoak, Jan Mrionette 261 

Smoak, Terry Wayne 307, 

341 

Smoley, David Eugene 374 

Smolowsky, Lisa R. 424 

Snead, Michael Edgar 424, 

290, 364 

Snell, F. Woody, III 381 

Snelsire, Robert Dr. 274 

Snider, J. Mitchell 263 

Snipes, Elizabeth K. 363 

Snipes, Kathryn Anne 424, 

368 

Snipes, Nancy Jo 320 

Snow, Eric George 382 

Snow Ski Club 317 

Snowball, Peter Mark 424 

Sober-Ferrer, Falo 294 

Solomons, Harold G. 261 

Somers, Edward W. 320, 373 

Sommerfeld, Scott A. 268, 

327 

Sons, Frederick L . Jr. 424 



Sons, Kathleen Laura 424 
Sorrells, Anthony M. 281, 328 
Sottile. Wm. Albert 424 
Sowell. Anthony W. 424 
Sowell, Baxter 341 
Sowell, Katie 363 
Spangenberg, Gerhard 280 
Spaunburgh, David R. 263, 
283 

Speakers Bureau 319 
Spearman, Andrea Lynn 319 
Spearman. Susan Lynn 424 
Speight. Stacey E. 352 
Spece, Stephanie 277 
Spencer, Curtis M. 364 
Spencer, Ivy Lynn 291 
Spitler, Michelle E. 338 
Spitzmiller, Amy C. 327 
Spivey, Dede 309 
Spoto, Lynley E. 352 
Sprawls, Richard A. 277 
Sprayberry, Alan A. 347 
Springston, George E. 279 
Spruill. Jane Harris 360 
Spurney, Kathleen M. 363, 
375 

Stachelek, Richard J. 307 
Stack, Mary Sharon 280 
Stage. Robyn E. 371 
Staggs, Phillip Kevin 424, 260 
Staley, Melissa Ruth 292, 327 
Staley, Pamela A. 424, 281, 
283, 292 

Stallworth, Virginia 345 
Stalnaker, W. David, Jr. 320 
Stanley, Jim Captain 317 
Stanley. Lisa Ann 320 
Stanton, P. Kinney 424 
STapleton. Russell B. 320 
Stargel, Denton L. 424, 319, 
373 

Starnes, Steven McRae 272 
Stastny, David Wayne 281, 
283 

Steadman, Patti 330 
Stebbins, Leslie Anne 338 
Stech, Kenneth G. 313 
Stecker, Marc Kevin 331 
Steedly, Nancy Lynn 424 
Steele, Michael John 424, 
266 

Steele, Timothy D. 424, 381 
Steinbach, Kathleen A. 261 
Stenhouse, Cynthia F. 310 
Stephan, Mark Thomas 277 
Stephens, Donna Leigh 348 
Stephens, John H., Jr. 277 
Stephens, Marjorie L. 424. 
289, 296, 306, 307 
Stephens, William D. 327 
Stephenson, Robert F. 424 
Stevens, Frankie 301 
Stevenson, Edward A. 425 
Stevenson, James H. 425, 
332 

Stevenson, Yvonne 330 
Stewart, Bill 306 
Stewart, Michelle F. 355 
Stewart, Mitzi K. 360 
Stewart, Ramsey R. 285 
Stewart, Russ 381 
Stewart. Sally Lee 310 
Stickler. Mitchell C. 377 
Stillwell. Brooke 307, 355 
Stoddard. David F. 425, 320 
Stoddard, Keith F. 378 
Stokes, David Wayne 425 
Stokes, Mark Reynolds 425, 
373 

Stokes, R. Bradford 381 
Stoller, Dale C. 287 
Stone, Deborah Anne 307 
Stoney. James Daniel 425, 
327 



Storey, Karla Lee 263. 276 

Stott, Kathy Louise 425 

Stoudemire, Carol Ann 327 

Stoudemire. Dale W. 327 

Stoudemire. Stuckey J. 425, 

273. 295 

Stowe. Tamara C. 371 

Streeter, Nancy G. 350 

Strickland, Donna 425 

Stringer, Michael L. 313 

Stringer, William K. 502 

Strom, Mark Adams 502, 

343, 351 

Strom, Stephen Lee 502 

Strock, Lou Ellen 502, 345 

Stroman, Mark Allan 343, 

344 

Strong, Melanie A. 502 

Stroud, Jimmy Don 502 

Stuart, Margrette K. 502 

Stuck. Douglas W. 502 

Student Alumni Council 318 

Student Senate 320 

STudent Traffic Review Board 

323 

Studley, Lucile A. 302, 315 

Stueber, Debra Denise 425 

Sturgeon. Mary E. 502, 296 

Sturgill, Brenda Lee 502, 327 

Sturgis, Richard A. 425 

Sturgis. William R. 425 

Storr. Matt P. 280, 318 

Sturtevant, Sarah B. 425 

Sublette, Renee 502 

Suddeth. Broadus N. 425, 

283 

Suddeth. Timothy G. 502 

Sudduth, Camilla Dawn 338 

Sudduth, David B. 502 

Sudol, Anthony Joe Jr. 502 

Sugar. Robert Albert 502 

Suggs, Jim 283 

Suggs, Sheila 311 

Suggs, Stephen E. 502 

Sughrue, Judith M. 425 

Suhayda, George Denes 306 

Suhrer, Leslie J. 338 

Sullivan, Alan D. 502 

Sullivan, Gregory C 502 

Sullivan, Leslie D. 425, 320, 

371 

Sullivan, Pamela Y. 502 

Sullivan Pat 320 

Sullivan, Robert D. 425, 266 

Sullivan, Stephen B. 374 

Summer, James Floyd 502, 

327 

Summer, Keith Edward 

Summers, Karen E. 309. 317 

Summerville, Mary R. 502, 

338 

Sumner, David Toy 425, 291 

Sumner, Rhonda F. 355 

Supreme Court 323 

Surratt, David F. 502 

Suter, Yvonne Claire 502 

Sutherland, Holly M. 502 

Sutherland. Richard Captain 

301 

Sutherland, Susan R. 502 

Sutphin, Elisabeth P. 363, 

368 

Suttlesworth, Susan 363 

Swafford, Stephen S. 502 

Swails. Edward P. 272, 280 

Swan, James Edward 425, 

343, 374 

Swancy, Karen E. 502 

Swancy. Mark Damian 502, 

321 

Swandy, Mark 319 

Swanner, James E. Jr. 502 

Swanson, Steven Eric 377 

Swartz, Gregg Matthew 502 



Swartz. Rogers Donald 502 

Swartzel. Stanley J. 502 

Sweatmen, Mark Lewis 268 

Sweatt, Christopher 502 

Sweatt, Jimmie Lee Jr. 502 

Sween, Janice Curry 425. 

357 

Sweeny, Bert 278, 290 

Swetenburg, Ada C. 502, 348 

Swit, Terri 425 

Swygert, Kim Anne 502 

Swygers, Terry Leon 502 

Swygert, Timothy King 267 

Sykes, Shelly Louise 502 

Syman, Bubba 374 

Symphonic Band 324 

Syna, Stephanie Ann 502, 

360 

Szoke, Anna Marie 502 

Szpara, James Philip 425 

Szymanski, Elizabeth 502, 

284 

Taghizaden, Ali Akbar 425 

Tagler, Christa Lynn 502 

Tainter, Frank Dr. 278 

Talbert. Joel Preston 502 

Talbert, William Roy 425, 

343, 351 

Talley, Wayne Kemper 425, 

288 

Tannehill, Kathryn 425 

Tanner, Alan John 306 

Tanner, Darren Alden 502, 

273 

Tanquary, Amy J. 502 

Tanz, David 343 

Tarakji, Muhammed G. 502 

Tate, Rodger, Russell 503 



Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

363 

Taylo 

Taylo: 

Tayloi 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

263 

Taylo 

Taylo 

276, 

Taylo 

Taylo 

327 

Taylo 

377 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 

Taylo 



Alisa May 503 
C. Kavin 326 
Christina F. 425 
Daniel Barker 503 
Danny Ervin 317 
David Alan 503, 327 
David Merrill 503 
Emanuel L. Ill 278 
Jackie Emilyn 425, 

Jamie Rose 503 
Jeffrey Mark 503 
John Avriett 319, 374 
Jonathan E. 426 
Kathryn C 426 
Kathryn Lou 503 
Kathryn Marie 426, 

Kimberly A. 503 
Mark William 503, 
17 

Michael D. 503 
Robert Adams 503, 

Robert W., Jr. 503, 



Sammie Jr. 503 
Sammy L. 503 
Susan Eleanor 503 
Ted A. 503 
Thomas Stuart 503 
Todd Shealy 503 
Willaim Timothy 426, 
281, 283 

Teague, Sherri Aulene 503, 
350 

Teague, Tommy Lee Jr. 503 
Teal, Gregory O. 503 
Teal, James E., Jr. 426 
Teaster, Raymond L. 503 
Tedder, Joseph Byrne 426, 
266. 295 

Tedesco, Christine L. 426 
Teeder, Joseph Byrne Jr. 426 
Templeton, J. Clarkson 426, 
297 



Templeton, Jacqueline 360 

Tener, Maureen Lee 503 

Tennyson, Donna K. 503. 

294, 360 

Terry, Curtis Dwayne 503, 

327 

Terry, John Gregory 503 

Terry, Joy Lynette 503, 327 

Terry, Michael Todd 503 

Teuke. Michael John 327 

Tie Tiger 326 

Theiling, Glen 503 

Theta Chi 382 

Thieker. Alicia Croft 426, 269 

Thiel, Brian E. 503. 277, 310 

Thiel, Susan Mary 503, 303 

Thigpen, Jesse Durant Jr. 

426, 291 

Thigpen, Mary Emma 426 

Thirlwell. Janet E. 503 

Thomas, Amy Marie 503 

Thomas, Beverly Carol 346, 

347 

Thomas, Dennis M. 503 

Thomas, Elizabeth A. 503. 

363 

Thomas. Elizabeth A. 503. 

363 

Thomas, Frank Parkin 503 

Thomas, Janet Hope 503 

Thomas, Jay 303, 378 

Thomas, John Franklin 426 

Thomas, Joy Darlene 503 

Thomas, Mamie P. 274 

Thomas, Maryland 426, 315 

Thomas, Reid 503, 347 

Thomas. Sarah Lou 426, 380 

Thomas, Steven Allen 503, 

300 

Thomas, Joe 382 

Thomason, Jean Marie 426 

Thomason, K. Kim 375 

Thomason, Melinda I. 503 

Thomason, William F. 426 

Thompson, Adrian William 

503 

Thompson, Chris 503, 275 

Thompson, C. Elizabeth 503, 

355 

Thompson, Deborah Sue 426 

Thopmson, Frank F. Ill 503, 

297, 331 

Thompson, Gregory D. 291 

Thompson, J. Richard 426 

Thompson, Jane G.S. 504 

Thompson, Jane Wilson 426 

Thompson, Joanne N. 426 

Thompson, Julie Anne 504, 

363 

Thompson, Kay 504 

Thompson, M. Denise 426 

Thompson. M. Diane 503 

Thompson. Myra 272 

Thompson, Michael L. 266 

Thompson. Richard S. 504, 

381 

Thompson, Robert G. 426 

Thompson, Soctt 327, 347. 

351 

Thompson, Shelia M. 504 

Thompson, Stasson Dr. 261 

Thompson, Toure G. 504 

Thomson, Lauren E. 504 

Thomson, Richard W. 268 

Thorne, James Patrick 327 

Thornton, Christy L. 504, 305 

Thornton, Jeffrey Randall 426 

Thornton, John R. 426 

Thornton, Sheila G. 274, 302 

Thrash, Anna Maria 504, 303 

Thrash, Katherine Ida 352 

Thrasher, James Brant 426 

Thrasher, Alesia 363 

Thrift. James Kenneth 504 



552 



Index 



Thr-Wes 



Thrift, Sherry A. 304. 374 
Thrower. Allyson Lotz 426 
Thrower. James Edward 504 
Thurston. Teri L. 504, 371 
Tiger Belles 328 
Tigerbrotherhood 296 
Tighe. Daniel C. 267 
Tilghman, Craig R. 504. 327 
Till, Michael Steven 426 
Tiller, Mary Lynn 352 
Tillison, Diane L. 426, 267 
Tillman, Susan Lynn 504 
Tilly, Amy Copley 289 
Timberlake. C. Wolcott 504 
Timmerman. Edward L. 504 
Timmerman, Elizabeth 504, 
371 

Timmerman, Marian J. 504 
Timmons. Terri Lynn 504, 
380 

Tindal, Judy Jo 426 
Tindal, Margaret J. 504, 363 
Tinsley, Alice Marie 504 
Tisdale, Homer B„ III 504, 
327 

Tisdale, Lynn 352 
Tisdale. Mary Sue 504, 352 
Tisdale. Rebecca S, 504 
Tisdale, Richard H. 504 
Tisdale. Susan Mane 352 
Titus, Jill C. 504, 315, 345 
Tiwari. Ajit Dmesh 277 
Toadyvine. Jay William 300 
Totaley. Terence S. 504 
Todd, Daniel Boyd 504, 381 
Todd. John Alan Jr 504, 300 
Todd, Melisha Dawn 504, 
285, 363 

Todd, Robert Michael 504 
Todd, Susan Jane 504 
Todd, William Timothy 504 
Todt, Michael James 504 
Tolbert. Wayne Alford 504, 
263, 274. 283. 301 
Tollison. Mark 504 
Tolliver, Staci Leigh 504 
Tolson, Anna Marie 504 
Tomaszewski, James J. 504, 
311 

Tomlinson. Nancy V. 504 
Tompkins. Richard S. 504, 
285. 319, 323, 374 
Toney, Greg 504 
Toole. Gary Charles 504 
Toomey, Marsha Lynn 504, 
352 

Torbahn. Kirsten M. 427 
Torlay, Steven Walter 504 
Totherow. George K. 504 
Towe, Carey 263, 283 
Townsend. Alan Evans 427, 
268 

Townsend, Carolyn E. 427 
Townsend. Donna L. 505 
Townsend. Francis A 505 
Townsend. James M. Ill 427 
Townsend. M. Austin 504. 
328 

Townsend, M. Lindsay 505 
Tracy, Robert N. 276 
Trainor, Michael H 347 
Trakas, Nicholas D. 505 
Trammel, John Dewey 505, 
291 

Trammel, Michael Alan 505 
Trapp. Christop T. 301 
Trask, Robert Paul 505 
Travaglmi, Richard 427 
Travis. Florence Ruth 505 
Traylor, Debra Ruth 505, 323 
Traynham, Cathy J. 505 
Traynum, Mary Lisa 505 
Trent, James E. 505, 330, 
373 



Trenton, James Ke>ih 341 
Tn Chi Brotherhood 328 
Trial Courts 32? 
Tribble, John R Jr. 505, 347 
Tribble, Reid Warren 427, 
270, 297, 320, 321 
Tringali, Nancy L. 505 
Tripp. Andrew Martin 505 
Tntjpoe, Fredric K. 261. 341 
Tnvely, Thomas H. Jr. 427 
Trollmger, Mark B. 427 
Trostel. John Michael 289, 
291 

Trotman, Michael A. 505, 320 
Trotter, Cindy Marie 505 
Trotter, Elizabeth L. 270 
Trotter, Jessie Kelly 505 
Trotter, Lawrence A. 505 
Trotter, Libby 310, 319, 363, 
375 

Trotter, Michael O. 505, 373 
Troy, R. Talbot 505. 377 
Truax, Patricia Ann 505, 275 
Truluck, John Thomas 427, 
364 

Truskey, James Neal 505 
Trusty, Letha Anne 427 
Tse Mai Ling 505 
Tuck, Russell Scott 506 
Tucker, Allen 506 
Tucker, Dacus Todd 506 
Tucker, David Lamont 506 
Tucker, Edwina Dawn 506. 
348 

Tucker, Timothy Bryan 506 
Tudk, Rusty 314 
Tuboli. Lisa A. 506, 338 
Tumlin, Matthew Frank 506 
Tupper, George L , III 506 
Turella, Mark Anthony 427 
Turnage. Barbara W. 506, 
363 

Turnage. Brenda Jean 506. 
363 

Turner, Anthony Scott 506 
Turner, Christopher T. 506 
Turner, Eric Lee 427 
Turner, Hal Linwood 506 
Turner. Helen Rebecca 506 
Turner, Joe Mr. 373 
Turner, John Edward 506 
Turner, Johnnie W. 427. 327 
Turner, Julie Lynn 506 
Turner. Kathy R. 506 
Turner. Leslie Jean 506 
Turner, Lisa Ann 506 
Turner, Mark Wayne 506 
Turner, Mildred K. 506 
Turner, Richard Lee 506 
Turner, Ricky Joseph 427, 
291 

Turner, Scottie Wayne 506 
Turner, Shirley Ann 506, 274, 
312 

Turner, Tony 317, 347 
Turner. William J. 506 
Turpin, Joel Anthony 506 
Tuten, John R 427, 314 
Tuten. Rebecca Owens 506 
Tyler. Herbert B . Jr. 506. 
300 

Tyler. Timothy Floyd 373 
Tyndall, Paula Mane 506. 310 
Tyson, Teresa Dawn 427 
Uinkle, Mark 344 
Ulmer, D Kevin 506 
Ulmer, Enoch G , Jr. 506 
Ulmer. Jim 320, 327 
Ulmer. Lawrence S. 506 
Ulmer, Nick 276, 285. 289 
Ulug, Mehmet 427 
Underberg, Terri Jean 506 
Underwood, Any Lynn 302 
Unger. Kathryn A 506, 277, 



360 

Unger, Ronald N. 313 
Union Board 330 
Union Staff 331 
Updike. Jeffrey M 506 
Upp, David James 506, 303 
Urban, Kathy Lynn 327 
Unsko, Douglas Henry 506 
Usery. Greg 273 
Usry. George Gregory 506, 
323 

Usry, Gerald Stanley 427 
Ussery. Trace Carl 506 
Valdes. Kathy Anne 506. 347 
Valentine, Angela D 506 
Valk. Maureen 506, 323. 352 
Van Laeke Mark S 507 
Van Patten Cynthia A 427, 
292. 360 

Van Witzenburg, Mary 427 
Vance. Deborah Alison 427 
Vance. Karen 327 
Vanderheyden, Mike L. 506 
Vanderhoff. Richard B. 506. 
381 

Vanhorn. Suzanne M. 506 
Vanlare, David Andrew 280 
Vanmeter, Roxanne 507, 338 
Vanmeter, Stuart E. 427, 266 
Van Steyn, Sharon 506 
Vanwirt, Peter M. 506, 301, 
317 

Varalla. Karen E. 507. 352 
Varm. Viviane AH. 427, 261 
Varn. Janie Lou 507. 307 
Vaughan, James D , Jr. 507 
Vaughan. Robert A.. Jr. 427 
Vaughn, Donald Bruce 427 
Vaughn. James H.. Ill 507, 
268 

Vaughn. Joe Robin 427 
Vaught, Deborah D. 507 
Vecchione, Craig R. 427. 351 
Velky. Paul J. 507. 285 
Venable. Stephanie L. 507 
Venturella, George P. 427, 
301. 320 

Verdery. Pamela R. 302 
Vernon. F. Patricia 507 
Vernon, James H., Jr. 507 
Vernon, Jim 378 
Veronee, Elizabeth J. 327 
Verroi. Michael James 507, 
378 

Vezina, Michael E. 507 
Vezina. Sherri Kay 428 
Vickery, William H„ Jr 507 
Viering, Elaine 507 
Villarosa, David T„ Jr. 507 
Villeponteaux, James 507 
Virtue. Mark Louis 507 
Voegelein, Jacqueline 507, 
345 

Vogel, Henry L., II 289 
Voigt, Glenda Lee 507 
Voigt, Wesley Arthur 313 
Volk, Herbert Max 507. 374 
Von Rosenberg, Karen 363 
Vontungeln, Brenda S. 428 
Vucish, Tracy Jo 507 
Vurnett, Marilyn 310 
Vutsinas, Anatasia M. 428 
Waddell, Cheryl L. 507 
Waddell, Teresa L 428 
Waddle, J. Ann 507, 307 
Wade, Polly Ann 428. 291 
Wade. Timothy Floyd 428 
Waggoner, Scott T. 507, 377 
Wagner. Nancy Van 307 
Wakim. Joanne 507 
Walder. Ann 338 
Waldhauer, Kurt E. 507, 263, 
327 
Waldrep, Dennis R. 507 



Waldrop, Cynthia R. 363 

Waldrop, Tod A. 288 

Walker, Ann Elizabeth 507. 

320, 380 

Walker. Bonnie K. 348 

Walker, John R. 507 

Walker. Kimberly Anne 270 

Walker. Matthew R. 507, 381 

Walker, Rod 300 

Walker, Susan Dianne 428 

Walkup, Richard 319 

Wall. John Martin 507 

Wall, M. Lawrence Jr. 507 

Wallace. James M. 507. 327 

Wallace. John G.. Ill 507 

Wallace, Leslie C. 507, 317, 

348 

Wallace, Mark W. 428, 266, 

300 

Wallace, Marshall L. 428 

Wallace. Owen Lane 428. 

260, 261. 314 

Wallace, Susan 507. 260 

Walls. Deborah Faye 277 

Walpole, John Reed 428 

Walsh. Gerald L. 507, 351 

Walsh, Kathleen Marie 507, 

360, 380 

Walsh, Laurie Maxine 507 

Walsh. Monica H. 507 

Walsh. Sheryl Ramsey 507, 

338 

Walters. Allison Ruth 428, 

305 

Walters, Jocelyn M. 507 

Walters, Julie Kay 507 

Walters, Kent Douglas 268, 

291 

Walton, Mark Hall 507 

Wand, Stephen Leohce 327 

Wannamaker, David D. 428, 

293 

Wannamaker, Margaret 507 

Wannamaker, W. Keith 507, 

301, 378 

Ward. Mark David 428, 347 

Ward, Michael L. 508 

Ward, Virginia Ann 428 

Wardlaw, Francis M., Jr. 428 

Ware, Richard Jerry 508 

Warenik. Victoria L. 508 

Warner, Stacey M. 309 

Warnock, R. Todd 508, 327 

Warr. Wade Hartwell 508, 

320 

Warren, David 268 

Warren, John Richard 508 

Warren, Michael 428 

Warren, Walter Alan 508 

Warrmer, Bart Andrew 381 

Warnner, Dirk Alan 428 

Warthen, Bruce A. 508, 268. 

317 

Wash, William Gary 508 

Washington, Carla M. 302 

Washington, Glen L 508, 295 

Washington, Keith L. 508, 

374 

Wasness, James Donald 428, 

281 

Wasserman, Deborah M. 508, 

276 

Wasserman, Mark David 428, 

322 

Water Ski Club 331 

Waters, Harold L. 428 

Watford, Betsy 508, 293 

Watford, Sheila Wynne 508 

Watkins, Deborah Ruth 428 

Watkins, John Kenneth 508 

Watkins, Stanley Mark 508 

Watkins, William 508 

Watson, Carlotta Lee 508, 

371, 380 



Watson, Charles F. 428 

Watson, Dale Scott 508, 328 

Watson, Donna Leigh 428 

Watson, Gregory C. 508 

Watson, Jay Stephen 508, 

364 

Watson, Jeffrey Todd 428 

Watson, Karen Laurie 338 

Watson, Michael Ralph 508 

Watson, Randy Yvonne 508 

Watson. Sherrie Gayle 428, 

327 

Watson. Wende M. 348. 375 

Watt, Clyde Lee 428 

Watts, Karen Ann 428 

Watts, Lisa Dawn 508 

Way, Charlise 429, 267, 277 

Waylett. Matteson E. 508 

Waylett, Dody 317 

Weatherford. A. Scott 429, 

293, 328 

Weathersbee, Albert A. 429 

Weaver, Patricia L. 429, 284, 

350 

Weaver, Pearl Landace 508 

Webb, Caroline C. 508 

Webb, David Russell 429 

Webb, Douglas Steven 508, 

268 

Webb, Gary Wesley 508 

Webb, George Lee III 508 

Webb, Hugh 330 

Webb. Joan Grayson 508, 

327 

Webb, Vicki Renee 429, 360 

Webb, Virginia Kirk 319 

Webber, Timothy Alan 508 

Weber, Karen Marie 508, 371 

Webster, Harold T. 278 

Webster, Mary F. 429, 363 

Weed, Jerry Lloyd Jr. 508 

Weeks. Margaret Carol 429, 

272. 286. 289 

Weeks, Scott Whitlock 429 

Weems, James Alan 429 

Wegierek, Les 508 

Wegner, Sandy Kaye 508, 

310 

Weigman, Rebecca 508 

Weining, Mark Earl 429, 266, 

318 

Weinrach, Jeffrey B. 264 

Weisensee, Anne M. 508 

Weiss, Elizabeth S. 508 

Weiss, Patricia M. 508 

Weitnauer, M. Tatum 508, 

360 

Weitzel, Julia Anne 508, 355 

Welborn, Kimberly Dee 508, 

307 

Welborn, Mary A. 508 

Welborn, S. Diane 508 

Welborn, Wesley G., Jr. 508 

Welch, Allene Harvey 348 

Welch, Lisa Holmes 509 

Welch. Pat 317 

Welch, Sharon Paige 356 

Wells, Craig Allen 291, 382 

Wells, David Wallace 509 

Wells, Nanci Louise 509, 360 

Wells, Reba Suzanne 509 

Wells, Sherrie E. 352 

Wells, William B., Jr. 509. 

374 

Welsh, Lisa Andrews 509 

Welsh, Patrick C. 284 

Welsh, Tod 509 

Welson, Gregg 509 

Welton, Douglas 429. 305 

Wentworth. Pamela J. 429 

Werber, Cynthia Dey 509 

Wertz, Alan Mark 509. 303 

Wessinger. Kevin O. 429, 373 

West, Bill 378 



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Wes-Zum 



Index 



West, Brian Hampton 509 

West, Charles Faber 429 

West, Cheryl Anne 509. 290 

West, Donna Susan 360 

West, Fred Earle III 509 

West, James Herbert 429, 

262. 270 

West, Jay 364 

West, Jesse M. 509 

West. Mary Ann 284 

West. Michael David 509. 302 

West, Robert Dale 509. 301 

West, Robert Eugene 509 

West, Steven M. 509 

West, Tammy Jean 509. 310 

West, Tripp 347 

West, William D., Jr. 509 

Westbrook. Robert A. 509, 

344 

Westbury, Robert A. 509, 

344 

Westbury, Carlotta R. 509, 

363 

Westcott. Laura E. 429 

Westervelt. George C. 302 

Westfall, Peter H 429, 270, 

272 

Weston, Don Maurice 509 

Westover. Brian D. 429. 277. 

319 

Wheat, Cynthia Kaye 338 

Whelchel, Mark 509 

Wheless. Carol L. 429 

Whelpley. Lauren B. 509. 

327. 346. 348 

Whetsell, Jennifer C. 509 

White, Brenda Lou 509 

White, Charles Vernon 509 

White, David Benjamin 509, 

274 

White. David Lawrence 509 

White. Dwayne C. 509. 301 

White. James K., Jr. 509, 278 

White, James Perry 509 

White, Jeffrey Robert 509, 

364 

White, Karyn Gail 509 

White, Katherine Ann 509. 

348. 368 

White. Leonard E. 429, 312 

White, Margaret Susan 509, 

371 

White, Melanie Beth 509. 348 

White, Michael 509, 275. 

274. 311. 312 

White. Wendy Lynn 509 

Whitehurst, Clinton H. 509 

Whitehurst, Mark C. 509 

Whiteside, John B. 509 

Whiteside, William S. 509 

Whitesides, Linda Kay 509, 

302 

Whitfield, Sharon Ann 327 

Whitlaw. Susan 429, 263 

Whitley, Jerry 509. 268 

Whitley, Kurt Edward 429, 

330 

Whitlock, Christina G. 509, 

322, 352 

Whitlock, Leigh Anne 510, 

322, 352 

Whitlock, Tommy Lee 279, 

280, 327 

Whitmire, Gregory T 510 

Whitmire, Jerry 294 

Whitmire, Marion C. 510 

Whitmire, Patty Lane 510 

Whitmire, T. Diann 429 

Whitney, J.B. Dr. 272, 286 

Whitten, Beth Anne 429, 323 

Whittier, William C. 510 

Whittington, Elizabeth 510, 

Whittle, Teresa Ann 429, 266 



Wicker. Edwina 510 
Wicker. Joan Marie 510. 328 
Wicker. Kevin Shealy 429. 
268 

Wicker. William E. 510. 296 
Wickhffe. B Michelle 510 
Wickliffe. Jimmy Hill 430, 277 
Wiedemann, Gunter G. 510 
Wieland. Michael Lynn 317 
Wier, Joel Smith 510 
Wiggins, Debbie Ann 430. 
277 

Wiggins. Don 277 
Wiggins. James R. 510 
Wiggins. Jeff D. 510 
Wiggins. Joel Bryan 510. 327 
Wiggins. Michael G. 510. 317 
Wigierek. Les 328 
Wigmgton, Kent Alan 327 
Wigington, Kevin Neal 430 
Wigington. Lisa Renee 510 
Wigington, Theresa A. 510 
Wike, Donna Renee 510 
Wilcox, Bud 330 
Wilcox, Linda Kay 510 
Wilder. Joel M. 510. 327 
Wilder. Wayne Marie 363 
Wilhelm. Robin Ann 293, 360 
Wilhelmson, Randall S. 510 
Wilkerson, Roger William 510 
Willborn, Kim 352 
Willcox, Jane E. 281 

ammee. John T. 291, 317 
ams, Amy Lynn 368 
ams, Anthony 510 
ams. Barbara 275. 274. 



Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

312 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

280 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

268 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

355 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 



lams, Bryan John 510 
iams, Cheryl Jean 510 
iams, E. Victoria 510, 279, 

iams, James L. 510 
iams. James M. 510 
iams, James M. Jr. 
iams, Jay Austin 510, 

317. 381 
iams, Katherine P. 510 
iams, Larry 301 
iams, Laura Jane 430 
iams. Lawrence S 510 
iams. Leslie L. 510 
iams. M. Caroline 510, 

iams. Marion K. 510, 276 
iams, Mark C. 510 
iams, Matthew B. 510 
iams, Michael K. 510, 



iams, 
iams, 

Mill'.. 

iams, 



320, 364 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

327 

Will 

Will 

269 

Will 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 

Wil 



Patrick A. 510 
Philip E. 430 
Robbin T. 293 
Scott V. 387. 274 



378 



iams. Shelly E. 510 
iams. Stephen K. 510. 

364 
iams, Thomas A 430 
iams, Timothy D. 510 
iams, Timothy H. 430 
iams, Todd Robert 510 
iams, Wanda Ann 352 
iamson, Blaine 510 
iamson, David C. 510 
iamson, Gail E. 510 
iamson, Louis H. 510 
iamson, Sarah 330 
imon, Alisa D. 51 1 
ingham. Russell 279 
is. David Howard 51 1 
is. Jeffrey Wade 430, 283 
is, Jo 310 
is, Michael F 51 1 
is, Perry Edward 511, 267 
is, Teresa Jean 5 1 1 



Willsox. Jane 283 

Willy. Elizabeth Ann 430 

Wilson. Barbara J. 51 1 

Wilson. Brian Carl 430 

Wilson. David Andrew 511 

Wilson, Dean Clayton 430 

Wilson, Hugh Walford 430. 

364 

Wilson, Jean Ann 51 1 

Wilson, Jeff 300 

Wilson, John 511 

Wilson. Joseph Henry 430. 

267 

Wilson, Julie Ann 430 

Wilson, Lacy Leigh 511. 269 

Wilson. Lawrence F. Jr. 511 

Wilson. Linda Diane 511 

Wilson. Lisa Kay 51 1 

Wilson. Michael Scott 51 1 

Wilson, Nancy 430 

Wilson, Perry Allen 51 1 

Wilson, Roger Alan 51 1 

Wilson. Samuel H. 511, 302 

Wilson. Sandra K. 511 

Wilson, Scott F. 511. 295. 

300 

Wilson, Stacey Elaine 430 

Wilson, Susan Alison 324 

Wilson. Tara Elaine 511. 357 

Wilson. Thomas 347 

Wimberly, Stephen M 511 

Wimmer. David Richard 511 

Winchester, Charles D. 511 

Winchester, Jeffrey C. 511, 

273, 381 

Winchip, Marcia Jean 511, 

360 

Windham, Jackie E., Jr. 511, 

307 

Windlam, Lori 51 1 

Wines. Wesley 51 1 

Wingard, Angela Joan 430, 

310 

Wingard. Frank 297, 319, 

373 

Wingard. Stan Evans 511 

Windgard. Teresa 511. 307 

Winkler. George 51 1 

Winn. Rhonda Lane 511 

Winning, David 51 1 

Wintermantel. Lauren 511, 

338 

Winters, Peter Allan 511, 281 

Wise. Allen Claude 511. 302 

Wirt. Peter Van 295 

Wise. David Roland 511. 290. 

320 

Wise, George Edward 511, 

364 

Wise, Kimberly Beth 51 1 

Wise, Miller 511 

Wisnewski, Paul 268 

Witcher, Steven V. 281. 283 

Witherspoon, Craig 378 

Witherspoon, William D.. Jr 

277 

Withycombe. R Allen 51 1 

Witt, Karen Kaye 511 

Witt, Mary Lela 430 

Witt, William Owen 430 

Wittmgton, Beth 352 

Wolf, Ernest M. 279, 280 

Wolf, Paul Brendle 511 

Wolff. William Jaques 511 

Wolla, Jeffrey 430. 270 

Wolla, Nancy Joanne 511, 

345, 363 

Womble, Gregory Alan 381 

Wong, Ying Jo 430 

Woo, Michael Hoi-Sing !> 1 1 

Wood, Barbara 368 

Wood, Bryan Douglas 430. 

270, 297. 327 

Wood. Bryan Ware 322. 344 



Wood. Gregory Alan 512. 

351 

Wood. Lisa Ann 430 

Wood. Margo Mechele 512, 

320. 348 

Wood. Shauna Olivia 430 

Wood. Susan Elizabeth 512 

Wood, Terry F 512 

Wood. Terry F 512 

Wood, Thomas Delancey 374 

Wood, William Grantham 511. 

279, 377 

Wood, Wynn Elizabeth 512 

Woodard, Frances T 338 

Woodard. Janice L. 512, 273 

Woodruff, George R 307 

Woods, Betty Ann 512, 310 

Woods, Daniel Joseph 512 

Woods, George B . Ill 512 

Woods, James 386 

Woodside. Perry Dr 277. 286 

Woodson, Charles H. 290 

Woodward, Jance L. 311. 

342 

Woodward, Sondra M 512. 

348 

Wooten, Jack Edwin 300 

Word. Roosevelt Jr 368 

Workman, Bryan Keith 512 

Worley, Deborah A. 512 

Wormser, Steven James 430, 

263, 283, 344 

Worsfold, Edward 430 

Worthmgton. Helen 512. 307. 

363 

Wortkoetter, Carla J. 512 

Wortkoetter. Gary J. 512. 

268 

Wright, Anne E. 430, 380 

Wright, Benjamin C , Jr. 512 

Wright, Catharine St. 512 

Wright. Cynthia Jill 430, 360 

Wright, Donald Scott 373 

Wright. Henry Albert 512 

Wright. Jeffrey Scott 512 

Wright, Kim 512. 360 

Wright, Kimberly Lisa 512 

Wright, Mark Oragan 512 

Wright, Mary Adelaide 431 

Wright, Michael J 431. 273 

Wright. Sheryl Janice 512. 

360 

WSBF — FM 332 

Wurst. James Edward 512 

Wyant, Patricia 512. 277, 

301 

Wyatt. George H . Jr 431. 

281, 300 

Wyatt, Gretchen H. 512 

Wyatt, Richard Dean 512 

Wyeth, William Paige 512, 

276, 285 

Wylie, Jerry A 512 

Wylie, Michael A 382 

Wyman, Edward H 512. 351 

Wyman, Frank James 431 

Wyndham, Vivian Marie 512, 

269 

Wyse. Joseph Allen Jr 512, 

281 

Xi Sigma Pi 296 

Yaken, Daniel Lee 512 

Yance, David 375 

Yantz, David R. 512 

Yarborough, Robert M. 512, 

307 

Yarborough, Scott W. 512. 

289 

Yardley, Darrell Dr. 296 

Yates, Jann L 303 

Yates, Karon Lynne 305, 307 

Yates, Michael H 431 

Yeager, Margaret L. 512, 338 

Voder, Wynn Allison 431 



Yonce. Mark Herlong 512 

York. Christopher R. 512. 313 

York. David Harris 512 

Youmans. R. Alexander 512. 

293 

Young. Alexander G. 512 

Young, Brenda Carol 512 

Young, Cathy Denise 512 

Young, Cynthia Jean 352 

Young, Gene Rodney III 512 

Young. Jeffrey Morgan 512 

Young. Joe 374 

Young, Katherine D. 277 

Young. Larry 327. 381 

Young. Lawrence W. 431 

Young. Lisa 512 

Young, Mary Elizabeth 512, 

371 

Young, Nancy Burgess 431 

Young, Oliver Earle 307 

Young, Rebecca Neale 360 

Young. Steven Hugh 328 

Young. Tripp 513 

Youngblood, Audrey G 513 

Youngblood. John A , Jr. 513 

Yount, Starla Lynn 272 

Yue. Keung Chun 513 

Zakaria. Kamran 431. 263 

Zalants. Anthony E. 513 

Zanin, Monica Sue 513 

Zart. Carl Herman 431 

Zazzara. Michael A 513 

Zeigler. Curt, ^ ^13 

Zeigler. Jane Claire 431 

Zeigler. John T . Ill 513 

Zetwick. James 269 

Zielinski. Gregory J 513, 273. 

295 

Zierenberg, P. Lynn 375 

Zimmerman. Dr. 270 

Zimmerman. Paul Myers 513, 

364 

Zimmerman, Michael L 303 

Zoology Club 296 

Zubeck, Robin Lynne 513, 

303 

Zumsteg, Anne C 513 






Alpha Lambda Delta 

Freshman Honorary 



1st Row L to R: Suzanne Birdsong, Keith Munson, Cindy Pender. 2nd Row L to R: Cherie Porter, Lou Ann Elder, Mike Liebman, Jim Cuttino, Glenn May, 
Susan Hill. Yvette Kmley, Renee Floyd. Susan Pace, Deryl Craven, Kelly Knight, Ana Miyares. 3rd Row L to R: D. Ned Pruitt II, Tammie Pinkoton, Jesse 
Adams, Deborah Wasserman, Alison Jones, Gwen Baity. Beth Freeman. Linda Smith, Susan Bailey, Brooks Mayberry, Michele Reimer, Pam Buffington, 
Crystal Clayton, Alyson Bomhoff, Anne Weisensee. Tracy Funderburk. 4th Row L to R: Mike Ferguson, Ellen Neal, Ron Mixon, Scott Seibel, Alan Sullivan, 
Jane Hicks, Margaret Chappell, William Roettker, Lisa Dekle, Lori Dillard, Greg Timms, Marcia Winchip, Lori Kornegay, Joanne Wakim, Mical Eubler, Marshall 
Murphy. 5th Row L to R: Don Weston, Susi Haight, Dinnise Jackson, Barry Bowers, Tami Corkrin, Kerstin Gow, Clare Marshall, Allison Smith, Scot Bradshaw, 
Thomas Joseph Nadeau, Dave Curry, Tim Farrell, Danny Rassen. James Wiggins, Michael Nork. Daniel Wright. 6th Row L to R: Tina Martin, Cynthia Harrell. 
Mary Helen Huber. Elizabeth Hutchinson, Erst McDade, Martha Toomey. Julia Hentz, Sandra McLeod. Lee Ann Clary, Carol McGaha. Allison Kesler, Lauren 
Thomson, Ross Layne. Todd Caldwell. Rick Moore II, John Cook. 7th Row L to R: Angela Smircic, Fran Mellette, Lacey Cory, Betsy Stall, Melissa Barnett, 
Carmin Quintero. Donald Searle. Gary Quinton, Cindy Barden, Karen Reynolds, Suzanne Rouse, Anne Wannamaker, Margaret Roberts, Mary Denne, 
Carolann McVey 8th Row L to R: Karen Dempsey, Andrea Eaton, Clinton Whitehurst III. Walter Marbert. Gregg McKmney. Ellen Barham. Rena Moormann. 
Laura Johnson. William Richardson, David Jennings. Mark Yonce. James Kennedy, Trip Moorhead, Joy Laskar. Guda Sandhu. 9th Row L to R: Anne 
Boudreaux, Jana Labib, Amy Holm, Cathy Kerchner. Mark Goeller, Ana Kalivretenos, Robert Bryant, Vince Wiegman, David Willis, Mike Roberts. David 
Beckwith. Randall Cooper. 

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Alpha Gamma Rho 




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Alpha Tau Omega 



556 





Delta Gamma 




557 



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Kappa Delta 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 




558 



Kappa Sigma 




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Pi Beta Phi 




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TAPS Senior 
Staff 



Susan Ellington — Academics Editor (1), Glenn Stephens — 
Business Manager (2), Kurt Gleichauf — Student Life Editor (3), 
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Editor (8), Gunter Wiedemann — Co-Head Photographer (9), 
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Credits 



The following people were instrumental in the preparation of this book. The TAPS staff 
wishes to thank them for their contribution. Without their help it would not have been possible. 



Edwin Allen 


Amy Holm 


Bruce Rachmon 


Jeanne Arias 


Jennifer Lloyd 


Jeff Rhodes 


Trina Baldwin 


Keith Mattison 


Marty Rogers 


Mike Barrett 


Van Mattison 


Betsy Russell 


"Speed" 


Walter Mayfield 


Sharon Sifford 


Robert Bouknight 


Carolann McVey 


Lesa Sissel 


Bob Bradley 


Joel Mears 


Andy Smith 


Donald Bray 


Jill Mixon 


Betsy Smith 


Dean Susan Delony 


Michael Murray 


Joy Smith 


Marty Evans 


Gregg Nobles 


Bill Spitzer 


Monica Gibson 


Byron Nolan 


Sports Information Department 


Pat Gibson 


Cobb Oxford 


Elizabeth Subers 


Linda Guthrie 


Bill Pepper 


Richard Walkup 


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David Phillipson 


Dale Watson 


Dana Hanson 


Jimmy Porth 


Grantham Wood 


Scott Harke 


Cindy Powell 


Anne Zumsteg 


Heather Herndon 


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